The Sentinels (Forgotten Realms: Stone of Tymora #3)

The Sentinels Forgotten Realms Stone of Tymora The lightning paced conclusion to the Stone of Tymora trilogy by best selling author R A Salvatore and his sonAfter dueling with a dragon and a demon Maimun knows he must destroy the stone that has k

  • Title: The Sentinels (Forgotten Realms: Stone of Tymora #3)
  • Author: R.A. Salvatore Geno Salvatore
  • ISBN: 9780786955053
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The lightning paced conclusion to the Stone of Tymora trilogy by best selling author R.A Salvatore and his sonAfter dueling with a dragon and a demon, Maimun knows he must destroy the stone that has kept him on the run for most of his life The question now is how With Joen by his side, Maimun journeys to the Tower of Twilight to beg famed wizard Malchor Harpell for aThe lightning paced conclusion to the Stone of Tymora trilogy by best selling author R.A Salvatore and his sonAfter dueling with a dragon and a demon, Maimun knows he must destroy the stone that has kept him on the run for most of his life The question now is how With Joen by his side, Maimun journeys to the Tower of Twilight to beg famed wizard Malchor Harpell for answers But Harpell s help comes at a steep price Friends become enemies Lost secrets come to light And deep in the shadows, the sentinels are watching, scheming to save the stone even if it means someone must die.Featuring the sage words and signature swordwork of R.A Salvatore s best selling character Drizzt Do Urden, this final book of the Stone of Tymora trilogy is packed with action, magic, intrigue, and a heart stopping twist that Salvatore fans won t want to miss.

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    1. Finished with the trilogy and I am happy I read them. I have always enjoyed Salvatore's books and enjoyed this series written for young adults. His descriptive sword play, adventures in the Forgotten Realms, and inclusion of Drizzt in the novels were a big plus. There were some slow parts, but the story line made up for it. I love how it was written as a frame story. I would not have known about them except they were tagged under Dungeons and Dragons in my library.

    2. There be piratesBloody friggin awesomne. Gino is truly R.A. Salvatore's son & fast following in the master's footsteps. Sorry son, ya got a wee bit of a ways ta go. Now if ya be bringing back the gang yes got me surely hooked & then some. And of course ya own mix as well.

    3. Disclaimer-If you read the review and feel there is a spoiler in it, please let me know and I will remove that section. Also, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask. Thank you.The Sentinels is the concluding novel to the Stone of Tymora trilogy by R.A. & Geno Salvatore. The first book is The Stowaway and the second is The Shadowmask.The Sentinels continues right were The Shadowmask ends. Maimun is still held captive by pirates and only through telling his tale is he kept alive, a [...]

    4. The Sentinels is the third and final book in the Stone of Tymora series written by R.A. & Geno Salvatore, a father and son team. R.A. Salvatore is one of my favorite adult Fantasy writers, as I find his descriptions of action sequences to be the on par with no others. He dominates that field and outshines all of him competitors. The three books in this series are Geno Salvatore's first published works, so I am hoping that he will follow in his father's footsteps and become a powerful force i [...]

    5. Maimun uncovers the mystery of the Stone of Tymora in this finale tale of the trilogy.As with the first two books, The Sentinels is written in the perspective of the main character, Maimun. Unfortunately, even hearing the tale from his perspective doesn't make him a likeable character. He comes across as a snot-nosed little brat who disrespects his superiors.The majority of the book is bantering and bickering between Maimun and his female companion, Joen. I believe one-third of the book is Joen [...]

    6. Finally, after two books, we get to see some deliberate action and character development by our two protagonists. There's still an unnecessary number of deus ex machinas, but at least it's woven into the plot — though the ending feels rushed and intended solely to leave the series open to sequels.

    7. a decent read, some good scenes in, though smoe of the fight scenes would probably have read better in a boook not aimed at teens

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