The Ghost King

The Ghost King

Book - 2009
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Don't miss the gripping conclusion to Salvatore's New York Times best-selling Transitions trilogy!

When the Spellplague ravages Faerûn, Drizzt and his companions are caught in the chaos. Seeking out the help of the priest Cadderly-the hero of the recently reissued series The Cleric Quintet-Drizzt finds himself facing his most powerful and elusive foe, the twisted Crenshinibon, the demonic crystal shard he believed had been destroyed years ago.
Publisher: Renton, WA : Wizards of the Coast, 2009.
ISBN: 9780786952335
Characteristics: 342 p. ;,24 cm.


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bzrker Jul 10, 2013

this book is about the game dungeons and dragons [a online mmo]

Apr 23, 2011

I would have to agree that these last two in the series are not as good as I would have liked. I almost found it hard to get to the end but they are "transitions" into Gauntlgrym which I found to be a much better read. I Would say to read the Ghost king at least for the background knowledge.

Dec 29, 2009

Sad to say, a poor offering. Where's Drizzt in all this? Why the endless and relatively pointless tangents? The concept was sound, and I appreciate that it was a "Transitions" trilogy, but alas this one and "The Pirate King" before it make me less inclined to return to Faerun for whatever installment may come next.:(

Dec 01, 2009

A good ending to the trilogy, a little loose for my liking though as the closure was soft.

Oct 10, 2009

It's certainly one of the more interesting cover illustrations for the series in years, but I hope the content between the covers exceeds that of The Pirate King, which was quite frankly poor.

Sep 04, 2009

Eagerly awaiting this books arrival!
Paid off! This book was obviously written for fans. The cast of characters comes together and finally we see Jarlaxle fight alongside the champions of the Hall!

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