An all-new version of one of the key titles in the entire Forgotten Realms novel line.
This title is the fourth in a series of recovers of the popular Avatar series. At the time of its original release, this series presented key events that impacted the entire Forgotten Realms world, and the effects of those events are still felt in current novels. This re-released series features a cohesive cover design and all-new art.
Revenge of a God
The Time of Troubles is at an end, and the gods have been restored to their rightful places.
The soul of Kelemvor Lyonsbane, former lover of the goddess of magic, remains hidden from the mad god Cyric. The will of one such as Cyric, when bent on revenge, is not so easily thwarted.
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The stories of the Forgotten Realms are always great but this one ,is amongst the most satisfying. An excellent example of story telling with an exceedingly pleasant narration.
Interesting insight into Cyrics mind set and how he ran the realm of the dead
"Great story, terrible narrator."
Once again a perfectly wonderful story ruined by Nicole Greevy. She has a terrible grasp of the English language. For instance, her inability to distinguish hiding something away in secret and a secretion from the body. These books need redone by a talented narrator badly.
"A Long Time Coming"
I read the first three books when they were first released as, "The Avatar Trilogy." Then life got in the way of my, as it is wont to do, and I lost track of events in The Realms. Now, nearly 30 years later, I've discovered the wonders of audiobooks, the Kindle, and the awesomeness of immersive reading. I started reading some of the more recent Forgotten Realms titles and it felt as if there were gaps in my knowledge of the history of Aebir-Toril. I saw multiple references to Kelemvor as Lord of The Dead and became confused. As far as I knew, Kel WAS dead. When did he get promoted?
So I decided to go back and re-read, or perhaps I should say, "re-experience" for that seems like a better description of immersive reading, some of my old favorites and discovered that the tale of Midnight, Kelemvor, Adon, and Cyric didn't end in "Waterdeep." Now I know how he became part of Faerun's pantheon of gods. I can't wait till I get off work this evening so I can start on the next book.
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