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A shaft of argent starlight touched by the Forge of Reorx

Hilted and gemmed in the blood of heroes

Unite! Mountain dwarves of Thorbardin.

A kingsword at last, at last.

Deep in the cavern kingdom of Thorbardin, the powerful Stormblade is secretly crafted by an elderly dwarf-master. A Kingsword, it is intended to break the deadlock among the ruling council of Thanes.

When Stormblade is stolen and turns up years later, a series of exciting and deadly events are set in motion. Only a heroic dwarf knows the magic of the legendary blade, and he sets out to recover the lost weapon. To do so, he must travel to a land rife with war and treachery.

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  • Anna
  • 24-03-17

absolutely phenomenal.

fantastic story and story telling. vivid characters, and you will get attached to them. I will be relistening to this many, many times, on road trips with family, and alone in the solem quiet comfort of my room. This story was absolutely amazing.

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  • perrin435
  • 02-12-18

It's like the author never read dragonlance before

If this was the first dragonlance book you've picked up it might actually be good. But if you've read the works of Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, then it's horrible. Not a thing in this book is accurate to the original story. Characters, names, places, time line, plots etc are all completely wrong. It's a wonder if was allowed to be published. Curse "creative license". The author should be sued for defamation or something. These books from other authors are meant to fill in the story. Give further detail to events that are glossed over in the main series. This does nothing but make a mess of everything

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