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Summary

High fantasy adventure takes a turn with mystery in the final title in the Finder’s Stone Trilogy by Jeff Grubb and Kate Novak. When the Harpers judged the Nameless Bard responsible for the death of his apprentices, they sentenced him to exile and obscurity. Now the Harpers are reconsidering their decision, but with the arrival of the monster Grypht, Nameless’ new trial dissolves in a string of disappearances and murder. It is up to the bard’s friends, Alias the swordswoman, Akabar the mage, Dragonbait the paladin, and Ruskettle the thief, to prove one enemy is behind all the chaos - the ancient evil god, Moander the Darkbringer. Unless Alias and her companions can find Nameless and convince him to sacrifice some of his precious power, Moander will return to claim the Realms.

©1991 TSR, Inc. (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 30-07-21

Love Alias

I really enjoyed this story when it first came out and I also enjoyed listening to this audio version of this story. She is such a great character.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 25-06-21

Good Book

I had read the book but re-listened to the whole trilogy. its a very good read(listen)

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  • Mr. J. Pile
  • 12-06-21

Solid ending to the trikogy

Alias is back in this 3rd book of the trilogy that brings back the main storyline from the first book while introducing more about the background of Dragonbait's people.

Some unexpected surprises and subtle nods to interesting philosophical questions related to topics introduced in the first two books (Is it okay to date your ex's clone?)

First book is still the best of the series, but this one is worth the listen and makes me want to go back and read more past titles from the Forgotten Realms universe.

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  • Steve doucee
  • 07-03-21

Enjoyable! but, spoilers for other books

azure bonds -> finder's bane -> tymora's luck - the wyvern's spur -> song of the surials.

if you don't want massive spoilers, read in this order.

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  • Christopher J. Leighton
  • 07-09-19

A wonderfully happy ending to the series

Having read this series over 25 years ago I was delighted to relive it. The combo of Kate Jeff's story telling is magical.

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  • D. Campbell
  • 07-07-19

So many stupid decisions by characters

I spent most of this book castigating characters for stupid choices that drove the plot. The story could have still occurred without so many bad choices that were obvious even to most of the other characters around them. Not a bad book, but quite frustrating.

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  • Don J. Dehning
  • 19-06-19

Awesome ending.

I very much enjoyed this book. Especially when nameless gets what he wants, his Immortality from Moandor.

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  • Mathew
  • 18-02-19

Fantastic

Wonderful story. I listened to all three in this trilogy and enjoyed them immensely. I first read these books as a teen and it was a pleasure to go through them again.The narrator was a joy to listen to as she gave life to each of the characters. I highly recommend this trilogy.

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  • Jen
  • 18-10-17

Great!!!!!

Great book from my childhood!!! love the old d and d ways!!!! IF you want a good story telling this is the place!!!!

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  • william
  • 26-05-17

Love this narrator and series.

Extremely well done!
Love this narrator and series.
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