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08 May, 2006
The Obsidian Key By Eldon Thompson
This is what I am going to be submitting to HarperCollins for their firstlook deadline. I will write a real review when finished with the book.
Eldon Thompson brings his readers back to a world full of conflict and unrest. This sequel to The Crimson Sword brings us back to the kingdom of Ansalon and its young king Torin. When Torin discovers that his actions in retrieving the crimson sword, in his earlier adventures, has brought about disaturous consequenses and a frigtning new enemy he sets off to right the wrong. Eldon Thompson has crafted a story with a wonderfully detailed world and plot.
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication Date: July 2006