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on April 19, 1999
Someone, or something, is killing servants, armsmen and nobles in Firefall Keep. Killing them with evil magic that leaves no trace.
The Seven Sashes, a group comprised of seven of the realm's mightiest war wizards, are unable to locate the killer and even some of their own members are being found dead.
Storm Silverhand, one of the chosen servants of the goddess Mystra, finds that the killer looks desturbingly like her long dead love. Will she be able to prevail over the killer without bringing down the Keep? First she must overcome centuries of mistrust, fear, and poisonous intrigues from those she is duty-bound to protect.
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on June 2, 1998
I first read about Storm in Spellfire. She didn't make that much of an impact on me. I almost didn't get this book. After I read it, though, Storm became one of my favorite of the Seven Sisters. It is a must for fans of the Seven, Shadowdale, and even fans of the Dead Three will find a couple of surprises in there. It's worth the read.
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on October 11, 1998
Action in its finest form, appealing plot twists, and a very human character. Human in the sense of her attitude, of course, as she's pretty resistant. The plot always made me want to know the next events, and I couldn't let it down. Again, a great work of Ed Greenwood.
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on February 26, 2000
Another amusing and enjoyable offering from Ed Greenwood. This one is not for times when you're looking for something thought-provoking - it's straight action (with a few twists here and there). The characters are a bit 2-D, but the whole is a 'rollicking good read'!
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