The Fading Dream

Eberron: Thorn of Breland, Book 3
Narrated by: Bernadette Dunne
Series: Eberron: Thorn of Breland, Book 3
Length: 8 hrs and 36 mins
4.6 out of 5 stars (46 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The award-winning creator of Eberron infiltrates the magical cities of the feyspires.Thorn’s latest mission: protect the prince of Cyre, a monarch in name only since his country was destroyed by the Mourning. But in that same cataclysm, seven cities of the Feywild - the feyspires - were trapped on the plain of Eberron, a concurrence the eladrin who rule the feyspires insist is no coincidence. They insist that with the right pieces they can repair the devastation of the Mourning. All they need are a few missing - one in the heart of a mysterious Cyran soldier and one that’s lodged in Thorn’s spine, carrying the soul of the Angel of Flame. Intense secret agent action with all the magic and mystery of Eberron - the Thorn of Breland series has been a perfect mix of fantasy and adventure. James Bond meets J.R.R. Tolkien.

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fantastic finish to the trilogy

i hope Keith Baker decides to continue Thorn's adventures. Her tale is as intriguing as Drizzt's.