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Summary

Strange magic is on the loose in Firefall Keep - magic that kills. The mightiest War Wizards are baffled, and the shadow of destruction threatens valiant Harpers and nobles of the fair realm of Cormyr alike. With Harpers in jeopardy, it is up to the legendary Bard of Shadowdale, Storm Silverhand, to overcome this lethal and mysterious force. "Whenever I think I can relax at last, someone hastens to brutally point out to me that I've fresh work to do. It's time to save the world again." - Storm Silverhand

Stormlight is the 14th in an open-ended series of novels focusing on the Harpers, the secret organization for Good in the Forgotten Realms fantasy world.

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  • 29-07-21

Holy hell never get this robot to narrate again

Please never get this robot to narrate a book it basically ruins the story
“AND. THEN. THE. DOG. BARKED. AT. THE. PUPPY . “
I literally can’t get into it I have to force myself to listen to it ID LITERALLY RATHER READ THE BOOK!