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The invasion of the arch-wizards is on!

The arch-wizards of Shade Enclave have come out of the desert with a message of peace, and an act of war. Split by petty disputes and causeless feuds, the merchant realm of Sembia is wide open for invasion, and with no shortage of Sembians more than happy to sell out to the Shadovar, can only one man - even if that man is Erevis Cale - do anything to stop it?

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-08-18

great book & series

Paul S. kemp is a great writer and the story he presents is great. I recommend it to anyone who follows the forgotten realms

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  • Steven
  • 25-09-17

hard to follow

The narrator reads to fast so I had to slow it down a bit. Also I found the story itself really slow going and not as exciting as I was hoping.

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  • Nuclear Sandbox
  • 22-11-15

Dark

Not graphic, just dark and somehow disturbing. Makes a person think about the darkness that we all harbor.

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  • Shaun
  • 22-06-15

Sweet to The Lady

What about John Pruden’s performance did you like?

John Pruden's delivery just absolutely sells the story for me. The writing is good, and the narration is a delicious cherry on top.