It can lay low a dragon or heal a wounded warrior. It is the most sought-after magical power in all Faern. And it is in the reluctant hands of Shandril of Highmoon, a young, orphaned kitchen-lass. Now she's on the run from half of the evil sorcerers in the land, not to mention their relentless minions. But with the help of a handsome young wizard, some rough-and-tumble Knights of Myth Drannor, and a certain old mage of Shadowdale, she just might manage to stay alive. At least until tomorrow.
Struggled to finish! It was hard to follow. Very silly! It had great potential but fell short.
Adventurer on the Run! Once Shandril was a humble kitchen maid. Now she's one of the most powerful magic-users in the land. And a lot of people want her dead. The evil Zhentarim, the powerful Cult of the Dragon—all of them want her spellfire, and they'll kill whoever they must to get it. There's only one thing for Shandril to do: run. With the aid of Elminster of Shadowdale, the Knights of Myth Drannor, her lover, and a determined dwarf, she'll wield her magic for the cause of good. But if her magic becomes too powerful, her friends won’t have a choice.
The reader was gawd aweful. Ed Greenwood is not a terrific writer but I like the saga so I accept it. The performance makes it borderline unlistena..Show More »ble.« Show Less
Spellfire is the most powerful magic in the land. It’s a dangerous weapon in anyone’s hands. In the wrong hands, it can destroy the world. Shandril Shessair wanted a taste of adventure. She got spellfire, and now she's fleeing for her life across Faern, searching for somewhere to hide. More evil wizards, warriors, and priests than she can count are trying to get it from her, and they'll kill or enslave her without hesitation. Her last, desperate hope is to take refuge in the sheltered city of Silverymoon. If she makes it that far.
dragged out a long plotline then ends the story in needless tragedy because the characters and Spellfire can't exist for too long in his world without..Show More » consuming the plot of all the stories. « Show Less