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The streets of Waterdeep...

Where danger lurks round every corner as the avatars of the gods seek the Tablets of Fate.

Where Cyric and Myrkul, god of death, plot to capture Midnight and twist the Tablets to their own dark ends, imperiling the very existence of Faern.Where the destiny of the world will be decided and a new pantheon of gods will rise into the heaven.

©1989 TSR, Inc., 2003 Wizards of the Coast LLC (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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We are finally here!

Ppffew!
It was a long journey, but we are finally here, "Waterdeep."
Both "Shadowdale" and "Tantras" were overall terrible books,
but with the switch-out of writers to Troy Denning, we finally
acquire the Times of Troubles-story we were hoping for!

Our narrator is still bad, but if one has gotten this far, one has
presumably gotten used to her and simply tries to get something
out of what she is reading, and with "Waterdeep" she has finally
something to read!

"Waterdeep" is a truly excellent tale with the stakes running
high and several factions fighting for the powers of the gods,
for different reasons, at all times.
The book does contain plenty of weaknesses, but they are
typically minor, and the book even attempts to deal with some
of the failings of the two first books.

"Waterdeep" is by no means a perfect book, but with what we
had to sit through to get here, I'd say that there is time for a
victory lap with simply being given a product of significant,
consistent quality.

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better than the first two

I'm guessing they needed to scale the scope down a bit. still remember the campaign where characters lived in this world.

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very nice book

un tres bon livre, narré avec une très belle voix. il est conseillé de lire les 2 autres livres de la trilogie avant.

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