Neversfall was supposed to be Estagund's stronghold in the wilds of monster-ridden Veldorn, an unassailable citadel to protect the southern lands. Then the regiment holding Neversfall disappeared, leaving no hint of what took them.
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The replacement forces find themselves attacked from both within and without the fortress's walls. Besieged by monsters and men, a mercenary captain and an elite warrior must work together to discover out who their enemy really is. Obsidian Ridge hasn't been seen in Faerun for hundreds of years.
It's a legend, a fairy story - until it appears, silently and without warning over the kingdom of Erlkazar, blotting out the sun. Steered by the madness of a cunning wizard, the citadel and its vast array of shadowy monsters will destroy all of Erlkazar unless the wizard gets what he wants: the princess of Erlkazar as a bride.
But he'll have to battle the king's personal assassin, a loyal courtier, a complicated killer, and the princess herself. The past will come back to haunt them A group of warriors from Rashemen escorts an exiled wizard to a ruined citadel in the City of Weeping Ghosts. Once there, the wizard discovers a barbarian tribe is trying to unlock the secrets of the citadel and the weapon that destroyed it 2, years ago.
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Although the ranger doesn't want to help, he discovers the Old Man's plans may involve the master druid who gave him a new life--and th To save the future, he must embrace his past Although the ranger doesn't want to help, he discovers the Old Man's plans may involve the master druid who gave him a new life--and the destruction of all he now holds dear. A series that centers on the citadels - castles, keeps, fortreeses, and watchtowers - of the Forgotten Realms world, each book in The Citadels series is a self-contained fantasy adventure. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages.
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To put it simply, this novel was incredible. I originally picked the novel up, but was a little dubious of it, having come right off of reading Shield of Weeping Ghosts, a novel that I felt so-so on. For the most part, the only reason that I decided to pick it up was because of the fact that the first chapter, that I quickly skimmed in the store, took place in the Yuirwood, and I figured that the story, as a whole would have lore on the Yuirwood. I was quite surprised. From about the third or fou To put it simply, this novel was incredible.
The story? At first, I found it a little weak, and as the novel progressed, the plot did not get that much deeper. The plot did get a lot more complex, however, and this is where the novel scored points.
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The only thing that I thought was fairly easy to guess was actually who the main antagonist at the end was. Did I mention the characters? Yes, the characters were definitely the strongest part of the novel. Feb 19, Ryan rated it really liked it. An interesting little novel. Not often you have major characters that include half Orcs, of followers of Malar which were both quite interesting.
Wasn't overly familiar with Malar beyond his tie to evil Lycanthoropes so getting a bit of insight into that was pretty cool. As is often the case with Mark Sehestedt's work the main characters weren't over the top in comparison to the villains they faced, rather they were actually actually a fair bit more handicapped.
The twist at the end, admittedly, An interesting little novel. The twist at the end, admittedly, I saw coming and thought a tad predictable, but the motivation of the characters and their internal struggles were entirely believable. All in all, a pretty solid book, even if not quite up to Frostfell or the Hand of the Hunter Trilogy Which I'm still hoping to get follow up on even though I know I likely never will.
I'd definitely recommend it for anyone looking for a stand alone novel in the Realms! May 04, Katrin rated it liked it. Shelves: my-library. This was a really complete book. It had a great cast of characters, a fascinating story filled with unseen twists, and detailed action and adventure to keep the pages turning. I personally loved the character of Sauk. I thought him to be the "coolest" character of the lot.
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