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The Seeker (Dark Sun: Tribe of One #2)

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The second book of the Tribe of One trilogy. Sorak the elfling sets out to find the mysterious and reclusive wizard known only as the Sage. Guided by a spell scroll and his own tormented inner voices, Sorak must cross a lethal, rock-strewn wasteland no one has ever survived and make his way to Nibenay, where he must seek out the secret Veiled Alliance.
Mass Market Paperback, 306 pages
Published April 28th 1994 by TSR (first published April 1994)
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May 21, 2016 Slobodan rated it liked it
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The second entry in the Tribe of One series by Simon Hawke picks up the pace somewhat as Sorak sets out across the Barren Plains towards the city of Nibenay. Searching for his origins and how he became a 'Tribe of One' (Basically a schizophrenic in a fantasy setting where each personality gives Sorak a specific skill-set or power) Sorak seeks the mysterious Sage with hope that he can reveal the hidden truth behind his rare condition. Along the way Sorak and his childhood friend Ryana take in the ...more
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Aug 24, 2015 Travis Kerr rated it liked it
I thought this book had a very good concept, and I loved some of the things that he could do with the main characters abilities, but there were other things I had to question. All around I thought it was a good book. I did start in the middle of the series (my own fault, as I didn't have any of the other books from this series in my home library), and found it relatively easy to pick up on most of what I needed to know to understand what was going on, which is certainly a good thing. Some author ...more
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aka J.D. Masters, Nicholas V. Yermakov

He was born Nicholas Valentin Yermakov, but began writing as Simon Hawke in 1984 and later changed his legal name to Hawke. He has also written near future adventure novels under the penname "J. D. Masters" and a series of humorous mystery novels.
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