Thornhold

Thornhold Archemage of the great city of Waterdeep he has made many powerful enemies over the course of his centuries long life And now he s keeping careful watch over even his closest friends as control of t

  • Title: Thornhold
  • Author: Elaine Cunningham
  • ISBN: 9780786911776
  • Page: 415
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Archemage of the great city of Waterdeep, he has made many powerful enemies over the course of his centuries long life And now, he s keeping careful watch over even his closest friends as control of the Harpers seems to be slipping through his fingers.An order of Paladins devoted to the service of Tyr rise up to meet a new Zhentarim threat, and old friends rekindle memoriArchemage of the great city of Waterdeep, he has made many powerful enemies over the course of his centuries long life And now, he s keeping careful watch over even his closest friends as control of the Harpers seems to be slipping through his fingers.An order of Paladins devoted to the service of Tyr rise up to meet a new Zhentarim threat, and old friends rekindle memories Khelben would rather forget.A rougish young Harper agent is sent by Khelben on a mission to meet her long lost father and reclaim her bloodline s dangerous heritgage a family secret that may tear the Harpers apart

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    1. so eager to please that she resembled a puppy who regretted she had but one tail to wag""Like the old saying goes: Nothing settles the stomach like the scent of an enemy's blood."

    2. The more I read Cunningham, the more I like her. She has a great way of adding her own twist to the "Forgotten Realms" world, and really making it her own.This book featured several characters from previous stories, but focused on some new faces. The most intriguing idea in this book was that the 'extreams', whether good or evil, were not helpful. And how both good and evil will view a nuetral stance as a hinderace and an enemy.I would have given this book 4 1/2 stars if possible, because there [...]

    3. Un comienzo inusual, que no tiene mucho que ver con lo que nos tenía habituados Elaine en el resto de las novelas de esta saga es el comienzo idóneo para una novela atípica. ¿Por qué es atípica? Primero, porque el ritmo no es nada uniforme, ni siquiera es el ritmo habitual de las tres primeras novelas, sino que nos muestra el interior de una organización sumamente malvada como pueden ser los zhentarim, mezclado con una muestra de una organización que no aspira más que a hacer el bien y [...]

    4. Though not a jewel at any level, it is entertaining enough to keep you reading till the end. There are better books set in the Forgotten Realms than this - some written by Ms Cunningham as well - but there are also some that are far worse. All in all, I don't think it's a good book to start the journey with FR, but if you love the setting and jump from one book to the other then you may want to read it - it's got Waterdeep, Khelben the Blackstaff and a surprise or two ough nothing that really st [...]

    5. As always, I enjoyed Elaine Cunningham's writing and characters, but the book suffers because it builds up to events that are simply dropped by WotC and never come about. They did the same thing to her with both Evermeet and the next Song and Shadows book. Screw it! That isn't Elaine's fault! Im giving it 5 stars.

    6. The last (printed) book in the Harpers series. At least they left on a high note. Enjoyed it. The paladins in it were described well. Best line in the book "Proves you can have too much of a good thing"

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