By Elaine Cunningham
*Originally The Harpers, publication 2; now reissued as Songs & Swords, ebook 1*
Silent dying stalks the Harpers of Faerûn. one after the other, contributors of the semi-secret society for solid within the nation-states are falling to a murderer's blade. Now a Harper agent and a gorgeous half-elf murderer needs to remedy the secret. in the event that they fail, they are going to be the subsequent victims.
But issues within the nation-states are hardly ever that straightforward.
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*Originally The Harpers, e-book 2; now reissued as Songs & Swords, ebook 1*
Silent loss of life stalks the Harpers of Faerûn. one after the other, individuals of the semi-secret society for reliable within the geographical regions are falling to a murderer's blade. Now a Harper agent and a stunning half-elf murderer needs to resolve the secret. in the event that they fail, they are going to be the following victims.
But issues within the geographical regions are infrequently that straightforward.
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He could only hope that Dorn’s “partners,” who had for some years created the enchanted weapons the half-golem and his comrades used as beast hunters for hire, knew what they were doing. What they were doing at the moment, of course, was conferring with the brass dragon. Hunkered in the center of the room, its smooth, massive head plates nearly bumping the ceiling even so, the wyrm gleamed yellow in the white light of the floating orbs that provided illumination. Sharp blades grew from the underside of its lower jaw like extra fangs.
His iridescent scales rippling with rainbows, silvery butterfly wings beating, Jivex flew across the deck. He too was a drake, a faerie dragon, though the members of his particular forest-dwelling species were tiny compared to their colossal kindred. From the tip of his snout to the end of his constantly flicking tail, Jivex was only as long as Taegan’s arm. “You see,” Jivex said, jerking his head in the direction of the since-vanished brass dragon, “that’s how creatures with wings are supposed to get around.
Another was a tower painted in the most garish manner imaginable, with vertical streaks of red, yellow, and orange. The brass dragon had landed in the spire’s courtyard and crouched with its head and neck stuck through the principal entry. As Taegan and Jivex swooped lower, the wyrm flattened its wings against its back and crawled completely inside, passing through the high, wide double doors with scarcely an inch to spare. Taegan landed and started to follow, with Jivex flitting along beside him.