New PDF release: Black Wizards (Forgotten Realms: The Moonshae Trilogy, Book

By Douglas Niles

ISBN-10: 0786959703

ISBN-13: 9780786959709

During this, the sequel to "Darkwalker on Moonshae", the Moonshae isles are lower than the specter of sinister forces. A council of darkish sorcerers has usurped the excessive King. The druid Robyn and the Prince Tristan needs to subscribe to forces with the Goddess for a showdown with the feared black wizards.

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