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The Mad King Returns!

Aoth and the Brotherhood of the Griffon succeeded in rescuing Tchazzar, the lost king of Chessenta and a formidable red dragon. Upon his return Tchazzar rewards them greatly, sends them back to the frontlines—and names himself a god. Increasingly erratic in the war against the powerful dracolich, Tchazzar begins to move in ways that make Aoth suspiciou
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ebook, 352 pages
Published November 2nd 2010 by Wizards of the Coast (first published January 1st 2010)
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Robert
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Whisper of Venom is the second book in the Brotherhood of the Griffon trilogy. The first book is The Captive Flame and the third book due out in June 2011 is called The Spectral Blaze.

Whisper of Venom continues right where The Captive Flame left off. Aoth and the brotherhood are still battling on the borders, Kho
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Travis
Whisper of Venom by Richard Lee Byers- This is the second book in the Brotherhood of the Griffon trilogy. The first book is titled The Captive Flame and the third book is titled The Spectral Blaze (due out in June 2011). Whisper of Venom is set in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting of Dungeons and Dragons. Richard Lee Byers has written a number of books, mostly focused on the horror genre; Deathward, Fright Line, The Vampire's Apprentice, Dark Fortune, Dead Time, The Tale of Terrible Toys, an ...more
David
I love the way the battles develop and are described at a Army level of conflict.
Mphecker
An excellent book, but like the rest of the Byers novels I've read, the editor seems to be a bit unclear on grammar rules. Aside from that, the story was fantastic and the final confrontations were very thrilling. I'm glad to see that the series will be continuing beyond the original trilogy. Aoth, Gaedynn, and the others are great characters, and I particularly love Medrash and Balasar.
Paul Hollingsworth
Though I loved the first book in this series, I had a bit of trouble getting into this one. The fact the main characters are mercenaries provides good conflict between what is good, and what the mercenary company needs to do to regain a positive reputation.
Stefan
This series just gets better and better. The plot advances and so does the threat level. I can't wait to start The Spectral Blaze.
G.N.
Now onto the final in the trilogy! Byers is a great author.
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A resident of the Tampa Bay area, Richard spends much of his leisure time fencing, playing poker, shooting pool and is a frequent guest at Florida science-fiction conventions. His current projects include new novels set in the Forgotten Realms universe and the eBook post-apocalyptic superhero series The Impostor.
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