The Lost Library of Cormanthyr

Forgotten Realms: Lost Empires, Book 1
By: Mel Odom
Narrated by: Brian Troxell
Series: Lost Empires, Book 1
Length: 11 hrs and 1 min
4.5 out of 5 stars (47 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Is it just a myth? Or does it still stand...somewhere in the most ancient corners of Faern?

An intrepid human explorer sets out to find the truth and what starts as an archaeological expedition soon becomes a race against time as an undying avenger is determined to protect the secrets of the ancient, xenophobic elven empire of Cormanthyr. Lost Empires is a bold new series that uncovers the secrets of the lost, ancient Forgotten Realms world.

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Deep ideas and shallow stories.

Good stuff!!!! there are others that are better but, thats is good. A gold coin among precious gems!

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Great characters, very good atypical main character. Good job taking an individual adventure and tying it to a grand scheme evil plan.

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Brings characters alive

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Annoying Sidekick

I'm giving this 1 star overall due to the seriously annoying companion for the main character. It wasn't the performance, it was the dialogue for that one character. Awful. Excellent story, and engrossing. That bat was beyond irksome - the entire book would have been so mich better if it hadn't been able to talk.