Forgotten Realms. Anthologies

Realms Of Valor
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast | ISBN: 1560765577 | 350 pages | 1993 | TXT, DoC
"Oldies, but Goodies," still hold true today. I re-dug this book out of the boxes of Forgotten Realms books and read it again for the first time. Valor isn't just a word, it's an idea. Take a spin and read this book, as you put yourself in each main character's shoes, and see if you think you might have Valor. I highly recommend this book to those who think deeply and have an open mind to different opinions in Valor.

Realms of War
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast | ISBN: 0786949341 | 350 pages | 2008 | TXT, DoC, TIff
Realms of War is the latest anthology released by Wizards of the Coast. All of the stories are edited by Philip Athans. This anthology is a direct tie-in to Paul S. Kemp's latest trilogy titled The Twilight War. The crux of this anthology is each of these stories take place in a war that has occurred, or is occurring, in the Realms. There are many events, and characters, that astute readers will recognize. Fans of the Forgotten Realms will recognize many of the authors in this anthology, such as Kemp, R.A. Salvatore, Ed Greenwood, and many more.

Silverfall - Stories of the Seven Sisters
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast | ISBN: 0786935723 | 380 pages | 2004 | DoC
I have about four shelves of fantasy books, mostly FR, and I can tell you I almost didn't bother to finish this one. The allure was learning more about the seven sisters, a couple of whom are almost never mentioned anywhere else. The problem with this book is that I didn't get much about them out of it. In fact, I didn't get much of anything.
Most of the book is hack and slash, which I can enjoy if it's well done, but it was really just mediocre. The plot was almost forgotten in the sense that it was really used as an action delivery vehicle. It felt a bit like a Arnold movie, one of the really dumb
ones like Red Sonya. When the end finally came it happened in kind of a POOF! manner that left you sitting there wondering how someone could write a 370 page book and dedicate about 5 pages to wrapping up the plot. It was almost an afterthought!

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