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Avenger (Forgotten Realms: Blades of the Moonsea #3)

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In "Avenger, " the final volume in the epic adventures of the Blades of the Moonsea, Geran violates his exile to stalk the streets of his former home, hunting down the one who hurt his family and rallying the oppressed people of Hulburg. But Geran's enemies are as numerous as the laws he brea
Hardcover, 343 pages
Published March 2nd 2010 by Wizards of the Coast (first published 2010)
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Avenger by Richard Baker- This is the last book in the Blades of the Moonsea trilogy. The first being Swordmage and the second book is called Corsair. This trilogy is set in the Forgotten Realm universe. Richard Baker has written numerous novels for the Forgotten Realms and others. Some of his notable works in the Realms include; The Last Mythal trilogy (Forsaken House, Farthest Reach, and Final Gate), The Shadow Stone (part of The Adventures series), Easy Betrayals (a book in the Double Diamond ...more
Richard Baker doesn't disappoint in this finale of the Blades of Moonsea trilogy. Fast paced with enough swordvswinging, magic hurling political tale of revenge. Love, betrayal tragedy and triumph leaves me wanting to return to Hulburg on the Moonsea in 10 years to get the next phase of Vassan ambition and to find out what, if any, reparations Garen makes to the Coronal of Myth Drannor
Robert Carlberg
Outstanding ending. Really enjoyed this story in the Forgotten Realms. Having it based somewhere I had not read about was great. The author pretty much tied everything up from all 3 books. Nice to see that everything doesn't need to have dark elves :) Granted, I've sure been reading about a lot of tieflings lately. Guess it was just something new that everyone had to use. Sarth was a really strong character though.
Definitely a good ending to the Trilogy. The pace was a lot more action/intense than Corsairs. It had more of the Arcane elements I really enjoy with the Forgotten Realms. The plot had some good twists and development. It reminds me something of a series of short stories welded together (very well at that), but it flows to seamlessly to be compared to that. It read extremely well, and had nice evolution.
It was a fairly good series, and much like the first two books, everything just seemed to end too easily, and predictably. It's not a bad read, and it's fun if you don't really want to think too much, and I am glad that I finished it up, but wouldn't say it's a series I would ever read again, nor recommend strongly.
Brian Bandy
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A bit disappointing, not as good as the first two. Though the action keeps on moving and the resolution is good, it lacks twists and for me it seemed to be written in a hurry. Still a good ending for the trilogy.
This book wraps up a trilogy, and it was pretty much more of the same escapist adventure that was served up in the first two. Fairly well written, but predictable. But that's alright sometimes, you know?
Ariful Islam
The first book of three was better, and the second one wasn't that bad. I felt as if something more was missing from Avenger. It felt too short and more depth into the story.
I think this might have been the best of the 3... Probably a solid 3.5.. but just dont think i'll remember it in a year... so cant give it a 4.
David Tanner
Not a bad series (see first book for more detailed review) and one of the better authors in the FR fantasy game-related genre series.
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