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The Sundered Arms (Dungeons & Dragons Novel)

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This title chronicles the latest adventure of various iconic characters from the Dungeons & Dragons core rulebooks. This series of novels is designed to bring readers closer to the feeling of actually playing a D&D adventure. This eighth title in the novel line features, among others, the iconic character of the rogue, who appeared in two previous titles, "The Sava ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 192 pages
Published July 1st 2003 by Wizards of the Coast
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Johnny
Feb 13, 2008 Johnny rated it really liked it
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Most of you know that T. H. Lain was actually 12 different authors. Like Victor Appleton, Carolyn Keene, and Max Brand (I think), he was a house name. By having 12 different authors pump out 12 books in approximately 12 months, it seemed like old T.H. was a prolific writer. We had hoped to be able to gain shelf space under the author's name so that there would be a critical mass of books under the pseudonym and built a following.

It turned out that the books were uneven and, even though we had a
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this was the best of the 8 T H Lain books I've read so far.
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T.H. Lain was a collective pseudonym used by nine separate authors writing under Wizards of the Coast's Dungeons & Dragons novels imprint.

According to Peter Archer, WotC's Director of Publishing, the decision to credit the Dungeons & Dragons novels to just one author was made to ensure they would be shelved together, as well as to spark a certain measure of curiosity and speculation as to
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