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by T.H. Lain

Free eBook Oath of Nerull (Dungeons  Dragons Novel) download ISBN: 0786928514
Author: T.H. Lain
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast (September 1, 2002)
Language: English
Category: Fantasy
Subcategory: Fantasy
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2003) (A book in the Dungeons & Dragons: Forgotten Realms series) A novel by T H Lain. Used availability for T H Lain's Oath of Nerull. The wizard or sorcerer who wins the well-known Duel Arcane will be awarded the Golden Wand, a magical device that holds incredible power. Magic users come from far and wide to compete in the contest.

Not all the time, but having a set of shorter books to quickly run through is great. This book (and all the rest of . Lain's stuff) fits the bill. While not the best in the series, I enjoyed the character development and the smooth story line. If you like hero type stuff, especially anti-hero, this is worth a couple of bucks.

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Book in the Dungeons & Dragons Iconic Series Series).

Dungeons & Dragons novels are works of fantasy fiction that are based upon campaign settings released for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game. The first novel based on the Dungeons & Dragons game was Quag Keep (1978) by Andre Norton. Based upon Norton's first experience at playing the Dungeons & Dragons game, it told the story of seven gamers who were drawn into a fantasy setting. The sequel, Return to Quag Keep (2006), was published after Norton had died in 2005.

Main article: Dungeons & Dragons (novels). Quag Keep (DAW Books, 1979), the first published novel to be set in a specific D&D campaign setting. Oath of Nerull (September 2002), by T. Lain

Main article: Dungeons & Dragons (novels). Several hundred novels have been published based upon Dungeons & Dragons. Fantasy Grand Master Andre Norton's novel Quag Keep, published in 1979, was set in Greyhawk, making it the first novel to use a D&D campaign setting. Lain, (ISBN 0-7869-2851-4). City of Fire (November 2002), by T. Lain, (ISBN 0-7869-2854-9). The Bloody Eye (January 2003), by T. Lain, (ISBN 0-7869-2917-0). Treachery's Wake (March 2003), by T. Lain

The third Dungeons & Dragons novel based on the new edition of the D&D (r) game.Featuring iconic characters that appear throughout the latest edition of the D&D game, this series will attract new players and readers to the various worlds featured in the Wizards of the Coast, Inc. book publishing line. The familiar characters and D&D-related content will also make this series very approachable for current players.The wizard or sorcerer who wins the well-known Duel Arcane will be awarded the Golden Wand, a magical device that holds incredible power. Magic users come from far and wide to compete in the contest. Some are drawn to glory, others to the competition. Still more come for other, darker reasons, driven by an oath to a merciless death god.And some oaths cannot be broken.
User reviews
Skunk Black
I enjoyed this book and feel it is one of the best in the series. they are all good for what they are ,fun quick reads.I like how the story essentially continued from the previous book "the living dead".
Danial
I'm a fan of shorter books in general. Not all the time, but having a set of shorter books to quickly run through is great. This book (and all the rest of T.H. Lain's stuff) fits the bill.

While not the best in the series, I enjoyed the character development and the smooth story line. If you like hero type stuff, especially anti-hero, this is worth a couple of bucks.
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Good book. Good series. Good Writer.
Very Traditional Dungeons & Dragons story and sory line.
Would have been nice if the series was longer or the books were longer or the series was more tightly interconected.
On the plus side any of the books can be read in any order.
EROROHALO
I very much enjoyed this book. Fun read, good plot and character development.
Written well, you can imagine the scenery and environment.
Faehn
This was a surprisingly good, lightweight, straightforward and entertaining dungeon crawl. Particularly in comparison to the two predecessors, the poor The Savage Caves, and the average Living Dead.
In this tale, a monk, a sorceror, a gnomish wizard and dwarven cleric deal with Nerull, the god of death, and his cults attempt to destroy the monkish order the protagonist Ember belongs to. Nerull's influence apparently carrying over from the Living Dead, shades of Bhaal and the Forgotten Realms.
This short book packs a lot into it, a fledgling romance between Ember and the sorceror, humor from the wizard-sorceror arguments of the two magic-users, a rather decent magic duel contest, and a quick dungeon crawl to root out the source of the cult's resurgence.
Somewhat predictable, yes, the characters though are developed well enough for a short work and the ending is appropriate but slightly surprising.
A nice night's light entertainment here, the series has improved with each volume to become solidly entertaining light reading.
Westened
Although it is a very short story compared to other fantacy titles, but you will probably get everything from it, like Magic, Wand, Spell, Kon-Fu, Cipher, Puzzle, Treachery, Sacrifice, etc. It seems to me this title is the combination of Harry Potter plus Matrix, and there might still be a lot more to be dicovered, like Romance between Ember & Hennet.
Author not only describe every details very carefully, but also emphasize the though and feeling of each character pretty well, which is definitely a plus. Smooth story line, it just simply fun and charming to read it on and on.
The reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because the ending. For all the journey they went through, the final challenge facing Sosfane was surprisingly short and simply too fast to end. And during the most important battle like this one, Nebin was knock out cold even before it really started, and cause the life of Brek, who I had my tear for his memorial. Having said so, the potential branch story line author put in at the end, would definitely leave all readers the whole era of imagination.
Like I stated in the subject, this is the best one in the series so far. I can't wait for the next title, "City of Fire".
Job well done!