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In the streets of Waterdeep, conspiracies run like water through the gutters, bubbling beneath the seeming calm of the city’s life. As a band of young, foppish lords discovers there is a dark side to the city they all love, a sinister mage and his son seek to create perverted creatures to further their twisted ends.

And across it all sprawls the great city itself: brawling, drinking, laughing, living life to the fullest. Even in the face of death.

City of Splendors is set in the most important city of the Forgotten Realms setting: Waterdeep, city of intrigue and secrets. Its authors are considered to be among the most authoritative figures writing in the Forgotten Realms setting. This novel is their first collaboration.

©2005 Wizards of the Coast LLC (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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A long, slice-of-life D&D story.

No great heroes or epic quests here. just people surviving in the biggest city on Faerun.

The performance was stilted and over or under acted at times.

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  • Mark
  • SANDWICH, IL, US
  • 04-07-15

Voice actor

Poor choice for the voice actor. Very monotone at the beginning. Other that that it was a fairly good story.