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By R.A. Salvatore

The lightning-paced end to the Stone of Tymora trilogy through best-selling writer R.A. Salvatore and his son...

After dueling with a dragon and a demon, Maimun is aware he needs to smash the stone that has stored him at the run for many of his lifestyles. The query now's how. With Joen through his facet, Maimun trips to the Tower of Twilight to beg famed wizard Malchor Harpell for solutions. yet Harpell's support comes at a steep rate. buddies turn into enemies. misplaced secrets and techniques come to gentle. And deep within the shadows, the sentinels are staring at, scheming to avoid wasting the stone--even if it capability anyone needs to die.

Featuring the sage phrases and signature swordwork of R.A. Salvatore's best-selling personality Drizzt Do'Urden, this ultimate e-book of the Stone of Tymora trilogy is choked with motion, magic, intrigue, and a heart-stopping twist that Salvatore lovers will not are looking to miss.

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Yet sadly, her emerald eyes bore into me, peering again at me from the gang. “Maimun, I—,” she began to say, yet Captain Deudermont’s voice minimize her off. “I did what I had to,” the captain acknowledged, striding into the room. Joen grew to become her gaze to Deudermont and her eyes narrowed to offended slits. “You lied to us,” she stated, and several other others took up an echoing refrain of protest. “A tenday during this tiny mobile could were unmerciful, and certainly could have been the final for lots of of you,” he spoke back. “I don't have any wish to inflict such pointless anguish. ” “Oi, yet he skill ’e wanted us to crack the ice and tie the sails,” one pirate growled. “I may have lawfully placed you to the deeps and fed my staff a ways better,” Deudermont reminded them. “Ye’ve needed to struggle us first, what,” stated one. “Ye mendacity puppy! ” “I don't have any wish to kill you, sir. Even now,” Deudermont answered. “Only to show us over to them as will, eh? ” Joen retorted. “If you’re came across to blame of piracy, then convinced. ” i may not often think what i used to be listening to. How may well i've got judged Captain Deudermont so badly? I took him at his notice, and each indication during the last tenday used to be that he intended to maintain that notice. beforehand. “But adequate of this,” he stated, and became to depart, then stopped to stare down at me. “Mister Maimun, you will have tasks to wait. ” I squared my shoulders—not a simple factor to do below the glare of Captain Deudermont. I had continually considered Deudermont as regal, kingly, deserving of appreciate, even if I disagreed with him. even if he had betrayed me—or, fairly, I had idea he was once betraying me, notwithstanding occasions might end up otherwise—he had continuously seemed in command, and it had continually appeared as though he could be in command. yet now not now. His face used to be faded within the meager mild, and his eyes, frequently so convinced, regarded weary. His jaw used to be clenched too tightly, his fingers crossed defensively over his chest. He used to be as implementing as constantly, yet he additionally appeared not sure, unsatisfied. i needed to confront the captain correct then and there, try and make him see the mistake of his methods. yet there have been too many folks round us—crewmen and pirates—and he could by no means concede in entrance of them. I bit my tongue and walked previous him, out of the room. i'll consider Joen’s eyes on my again, may listen her whisper, back, “Maimun, I …” i discovered the captain by myself an hour later and dared to keep on with him into his deepest quarters. I begged his pardon a dozen occasions sooner than he even said my presence. “The pirates are usually not your concern,” he ultimately acknowledged to me. He sat down at his table and didn't movement to any of the cozy chairs within the outer room of his quarters. His stare bored into me. “N-not … such a lot, no,” I stammered, and basically in listening to my very own voice did I even detect how scared i used to be at that second. till then, probably I hadn’t thought of how a lot I needed to lose. “Yet you come back to lecture me? ” “Your pardon, Captain, yet you gave them your note. ” There, I stated it. And to my shock, only conversing the reality lent energy to me—strength I sorely wanted in that second.

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