Legends of the Dragonrealm, Volume 2

Legends of the Dragonrealm, Volume 2

Richard A. Knaak

Language: English

Pages: 754

ISBN: 2:00241396

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Legends of the Dragonrealm, Volume 2

Richard A. Knaak

Language: English

Pages: 754

ISBN: 2:00241396

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Experience New York Times bestselling author Richard A. Knaak’s classic Dragonrealm series in this exciting omnibus—three unforgettable tales, plus an original bonus novella in print for the first time ever!

SHADOW STEED

Betrothed to the disfigured King Melicard of Talak, Princess Erini begins to fear her burgeoning magical powers. She soon discovers that...more
Experience New York Times bestselling author Richard A. Knaak’s classic Dragonrealm series in this exciting omnibus—three unforgettable tales, plus an original bonus novella in print for the first time ever!

SHADOW STEED

Betrothed to the disfigured King Melicard of Talak, Princess Erini begins to fear her burgeoning magical powers. She soon discovers that an obsessive vendetta has led the king to cast a sinister spell that conjures the shadow creature Darkhorse . . . and worse, the mad sorcerer Shade.

THE SHROUDED REALM

Long before the Dragonrealm, a race of master wizards ruled Nimth with little regard for the laws of nature. Forced into desperate escape to a mysterious world, the Vraad soon discover their new home is unyielding. Only Dru Zeree, with the aid of the shadowy creature who will become Darkhorse, may be able to save them.

CHILDREN OF THE DRAKE

Bitterness between factions is tarnishing the Vraad’s new home. As Lord Barakas attempts to rule all, the wizard Dru Zeree’s daughter discovers their adopted world has another plan. Worse, her only hope is himself transforming into the enigma that will someday call itself Shade.

SKINS

Morgis, son of the Blue Dragon and comrade-in-arms to the legendary Gryphon, has lingered in the land of the Wolf Raiders to help fight the remnants of the dark empire. However, with the Aramites’ fall from power, he is about to discover that other ancient, dread forces have risen again

Players of Gor (Gorean Saga, Book 20)

Toll the Hounds (The Malazan Book of the Fallen, Book 8)

The Sorceress (The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel)

Dragons Of Summer Flame (Dragonlance: The Second Generation, Book 2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

fall into it? Hope for an escape from the Void stimulated him. “Where are you?” “Here! Where else is there, little voice?” “But…” The sorcerer’s gaze narrowed on the inky darkness through which he had expected the other to enter. “Are you… is that…” This time, he saw the darkness quiver. “You are a funny thing! I will not have you join with me yet!” The blot was no path, save perhaps to death. It was, despite Dru’s inner protest, a living thing. It was the voice he had heard in his head.

apprentice. “The caverns of the Dragon Emperor. What is left of the place where it all began for you.” The place where it all began for you. Shade may have smiled, but, if so, it was a grim smile. He had forgotten that. It was a memory only now restored to him and it was, quite possibly, the one he would have most preferred never to recall—even at the cost of his own existence. IV ERINI WOKE TO the light of midmorning intruding in her room, her thoughts and feelings a tangled web of

it had grown as dark as night even though there were still a few hours of sun left. Then she noted, with much chagrin, that her eyes were squeezed shut. “Gods! Look at him, Sharissa! Have you ever seen something as grand and startling as that?” She opened her eyes with care. There were other people around already and all of them were just as entranced by the great beast in the square. “A horse!” she whispered. A glorious ebony steed! She had always loved her father’s horses, magnificent mounts

worthwhile effect. Despite those pessimistic thoughts, Gerrod was determined to attempt Vraad sorcery first. He tried to pinpoint his destination. As it had been just prior to his accident, Darkhorse’s presence could be felt somewhere beyond the emptiness of the Void, but not strong enough that he could latch on to it. Worse yet, Yereel’s nearby form distracted him to the point where he finally gave up in disgust. Whether or not Vraad sorcery would work for him—and considering the link he had

the innkeeper, his mind fogged, rose from the table and returned to his duties. The mortal would remember nothing. No one would recall that he had been here. He could even stay long enough to finish the ale, something he had not had in ten years. The long lapse made the drink even sweeter. Ten years, Shade thought as he stared into his mug. Only ten years have passed. I would’ve thought it longer. Memories of endless struggling in the nothingness that had been his prison, the prison that was a

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