By Ed Greenwood
The second one ebook in Ed Greenwood’s first Forgotten nation-states trilogy.
Author Ed Greenwood persevered the tale of Shandril of Highmoon during this moment quantity of the Shandril’s Saga trilogy. This mass industry variation of the alternate paperback positive factors new hide paintings through Jon Sullivan.
AUTHOR BIO: A resident of Ontario, Ed Greenwood created the Forgotten nation-states surroundings approximately 30 years in the past and has written enormous quantities of novels, articles, and online game items within the surroundings. His most up-to-date novel is Elminster’s Daughter.
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There can be no doubt that you are in control of Castle Trinity," Dorigen offered, "but we must continue with caution, for the seat has been a precarious one. What new cleric will rise in Barjin's place to lead the order? " Aballister asked slyly, referring to the third and least adept wizard of Castle Trinity, whom both Aballister and Dorigen considered an upstart child. The wizard's real name was Bogo Rath, but Aballister and Dorigen referred to him as Boygo, even to his face. " Aballister added.
He has known of this threat all along, came an unexpected message to Dorigen's mind. The woman glanced over to Druzil, who peeked at her from above his bat wings. ' Dorigen held no doubts that the imp was sincere in his sarcasm, but she could hardly believe that the familiar could be so bold with his master sitting right before him. Wisely, Dorigen did not reply. She pointedly looked away from the imp and back to the seated wizard. "There can be no doubt that you are in control of Castle Trinity," Dorigen offered, "but we must continue with caution, for the seat has been a precarious one.
Enough of this banter," said Dean Thobicus in his shaky voice, his speech more often sounding like a whine than normal words. "We have chosen Cadderly as our representative in this matter. The decision was ours alone to make. " The elf turned to the seated dean and dipped a curt and precise bow. Thobicus nodded in reply. "Tell Cadderly of the gloves, and of how you came to possess them," he bade. Elbereth reached into the pocket of his traveling cloak—an action that pushed the garment open and gave Cadderly a quick glance at the elf prince's magnificent armor, links of golden and silvery chain finely meshed—and produced several gloves, each clearly marked with stitching that showed the same trident-and-bottle design that Barjin had displayed on his clerical vestments.