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  • Death of the Dragon Forgotten Realms Cormyr Saga #3
  • Ed Greenwood
  • English
  • 20 January 2019
  • 9780786918638

10 thoughts on “Death of the Dragon Forgotten Realms Cormyr Saga #3

  1. says:

    This the third in the trilogyStarts off fast and keeps runningThe Goblins now marching in large numbers to warThe mysteries of the past coming t

  2. says:

    One of the best Forgotten Realms novels I've read Well written great story no dead spots to drag the pace down unnecessarily

  3. says:

    This book was much better than the second one in the series I can't say that I liked it then the first one which had sooooo

  4. says:

    The finale of the Cormyr trilogy I almost gave this 4 stars but then changed my mind The good the characters are in actual danger even main characters The book satisfactorily leaves the realm changes to justify a trilogy I hate when you finish a long series and everything is back to how it was at the beginingThe reason I went to 3 instead o

  5. says:

    To be honest this series truly didnt appeal to me and the main reason was Tanalasta Everything else was interesting fun adventurous and even appealing except her My video review

  6. says:

    I know that this book is focusing on a big war and all but honestly I found to repeating of adding new characters just to kill them in a horri

  7. says:

    I've read four chapters of this book so far It's as good as the other two easily I just have to finish the book sometime soon

  8. says:

    There's a big dragon to fight demons and a swarm of undead It's not complicated Isn't this why people read fantasy books when they're teenagers? Yes I make no apologies

  9. says:

    I think the best book in the series easilybut a bit too repetitive for me and some of the characters who diedpoorly done or just didn't make sense to the story

  10. says:

    The end of the storyline started in book 2 A very good fantasy read Loved some of the characters Very recommended

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Death of the Dragon Forgotten Realms Cormyr Saga #3

On the likes of which no living eyes on Faerun have ever seen The Purple Throne doesn't seem so unassailable now It could well shatter under the weight of a gigantic dragon or the secrets and follies of the last of the Obarskyr. I ve read four chapters of this book so far It s as good as the other two easily I just have to finish the book sometime soon

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Azoun IV in the twilight of his years is still a shining hero to most of his subjects and to all but the eldest the only king they've ever known He's led them capably out of dark doom before Yet Cormyr has never faced so many m. This book was much better than the second one in the series I can t say that I liked it then the first one which had sooooo much history of the realms in it but this one was still really goodThe story picked up right where the second one ended with the king and Steel Princess fighting orcs and goblins in the North the wizard Vanderghast has been pulled into another demension and the Heir to the throne Tanalasta is fighting the nobles of Cormyr to save the crownThe stakes are higher in this book because a massive dragon is now commanding the orcs and goblins which come in waves of thousands every other chapter and the ghazneths are swarming all over the country causing lots of trouble I feel like these evil ghazanths are much understandable in this book while in the second one they seemed super evil but with less of a purposeThe drive of the plot is that Tanalasta has figured out how to destroy the ghazanths and she sets traps for them catching each one and getting rid of it by forgiving their former crimes against the realm In between these chapters the king and Steel Princess are in huge battles where they are completely outnumbered this aspect does get a little oldThe ending is dramatic Lots of change to the country of Cormyr but in the end the good guys win

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Ighty and mysterious foes at once Demonic ghazneths ancient curses weird trees of foul magic goblins and their kin on the rise in the northern wilderlands a blight upon the land rebellious mutterings dying war wizardsand a drag. The finale of the Cormyr trilogy I almost gave this 4 stars but then changed my mind The good the characters are in actual danger even main characters The book satisfactorily leaves the realm changes to justify a trilogy I hate when you finish a long series and everything is back to how it was at the beginingThe reason I went to 3 instead of 4 stars is after a while I grew tired of the endless slaughter of humans orcs and goblins It desensitized you to the death which hurt the storyGood if you like fantasy


About the Author: Ed Greenwood

Ed Greenwood is the creator of the Forgotten Realms fantasy world which became the setting for his home D&D game in 1975 Play still continues in this long running campaign and Ed also keeps busy producing Realmslore for various TSR publicationsEd has published over two hundred articles in Dragon magazine and Polyhedron newszine is a lifetime charter member of the Role Playing Game Associaton