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Jump into a new adventure by fan-favorite Ed Greenwood!

Florin and his friends have finally made a name for themselves - only to find themselves the pawns of both dark and noble forces in a battle for power. Together, the Swords of Eveningstar must untangle the webs of lies that surround them before the threat to the kingdom eclipses their abilities to defend it.

Swords of Dragonfire is the second title in an exciting new trilogy by best-selling author Ed Greenwood, the creator of the Forgotten Realms setting. This novel is a fast-paced sword and sorcery adventure worthy of a place on your shelves next to Conan and Fafherd and the Gray Mouser.

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Fun Story, Sometimes silly performance.

the story was fun but with at least one pretty blatant rip off of a famous fantasy novel. (not that all d&d based books aren't a "rip off" of said book).

The performance was sometimes silly, with some courtiers sounding like valley girls and merchants sounding like southern hicks. But with so many characters, James had to do SOMETHING to make them sound different.

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Character voices 😖

Plus : the narrator attempts to add uniqueness to character voices.
Minus : the characters sounds like dimwitted blondes, not like heroic Rangers etc