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Under Fallen Stars (The Threat from the Sea #2)

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The sea war rages up and down the Sword Coast, leaving the busy harbor of Baldur's Gate in flames. Following his mad quest, the evil Iakhovas has found a gateway into the protected waters of the Sea of Fallen Stars, and now no coast is safe from his marauding armies of the deep.
Paperback, 344 pages
Published January 1st 1999 by TSR
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Zuany
Jan 17, 2011 rated it it was ok
It was hard to finish this book.

It seems that a lot happens, but not really. The romance is lacking, and that kinda throws me off. Also, is like I'm reading two books in order to prepare myself for the real plot. I think i would've chosen not to read these books.
Samantha Savage
Jan 18, 2013 rated it it was amazing
My Review for this series is on the threat from the sea book that combines all three into one book. If you want to read my review add me as a friend and look at my read shelves. In short I love these books!
Kagan Oztarakci
Nov 02, 2017 rated it liked it
"Every day is a beginning of some kind for everyone"
"...believing is different than knowing. Once I know, how can I believe? Knowledge isn't faith."
Jeff Jellets

Unfortunately, treading water …

Author Mel Odom writes great action scenes, but even copious amounts of clever swordplay can’t quite make up for the feeling that the middle act of The Threat From the Sea trilogy feels rather padded and, ultimately, repetitive. The great, opening battle for the city of Baldur’s Gate seems almost a replay of the first book’s battle for Waterdeep (right down to the villain Iakhovas using the whole assault as a beard for his search for a few missing magic items). Me
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David Bill
Jan 06, 2018 rated it really liked it
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Under Fallen Stars (Forgotten Realms: The Threat from the Sea, #2)

I finished this book January 6th, 2018. The second in a trilogy (with a forth anthology book that really belongs between book 2 & 3 makes up this series.
In this novel the sea war continues to escalate up and down the Sword Coast. I liked the fact that Baldur's Gate is a central location of the novel. (I really liked the Baldur's Gate series). Our main villain, Iakhovas is advancing the war to the Sea of Fallen Stars, another
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Anne
Nov 29, 2015 rated it liked it
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This book has both good and bad sides. The book's events happen in rarely explored areas of the FR universe, the Sea of the Fallen Stars and sea elf community, and this is rather interesting. Side characters are also really good, I especially liked the minstrel, Pacys. His wish for creating a famous song is very understandable. Villains are also good, and Odom has created complicated and detailed culture for the sahuaqin. Laaqueel and her motives are, like those of Pacys, very understandable. I ...more
Graham
May 15, 2012 rated it really liked it
(I am playing catch up here with my reviews.) Again, I got this in the omnibook format which is an absolute steal for the price. This book gets much more in depth (bad pun I know) with the setting of the series. What pushes this to 3 from 4 stars to me is how much Odom sets the underwater world of the Realms. He doesn't just leave things set at the sea, but takes us deep under it as well. Far beyond the sea-devils any of us may have fought in DnD campaigns, but to great cities still standing. Th ...more
Kurt Vosper
Dec 09, 2013 rated it really liked it
Good second book in the series. Mel Odom understands the work and the medium (Forgotten Realms). Very interesting take on the game and a very interesting setting, on and under the seas.

Give it a read!
Ken
Jan 15, 2011 marked it as sold
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Mel Odom is a bestselling writer for hire for Wizards of the Coast's Forgotten Realms, Gold Eagle's Mack Bolan, and Pocket's Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel book lines. His debut SF novel Lethal Interface made the Locus recommended list . The Rover was an Alyx Award winner. He has also written
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