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Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves: The Road to Neverwinter

Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves: The Road to Neverwinter

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Author: Johnson, Jaleigh

Color: Multicolor

Binding: Hardcover

Number Of Pages: 288

Release Date: 28-02-2023

Details: Product Description Discover the thrilling origin stories of the bard Edgin, the barbarian Holga, and their whole adventuring party in this official prequel to Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves. Edgin Darvis’ life is a mess. All that he has left are his lute, his dashing good looks, and...not much else. After a chance encounter with badass bruiser Holga, Edgin is forced to take a hard look at his bad choices. But the road to redemption is long, and paved with unforeseen expenses. Fortunately, the world is full of rich fools begging to be parted from their money. And so Edgin and Holga do what any sensible entrepreneurs would do—they form a crew. Joined by a charming rogue, Forge Fitzwilliam, and Simon, a sorcerer with an intense inferiority complex, the team sets out to line their pockets with both well-earned and ill-gotten gold. Together, Edgin’s crew battles monsters across the realms: gnoll raiders, fey witches, and more fall beneath their sharp weapons and sharper wit. But when they encounter a new, more sophisticated villain, keen blades and piercing blue eyes may not be enough. Their target? Torlinn Shrake, a wealthy eccentric known for abusing his servants and hosting lavish parties. The plan? Play dress-up, sneak into the Shrake estate, and fill their pockets with as much loot as they can carry. The catch? Shrake is hiding a terrible secret: one that could endanger the lives of everyone Edgin has come to care for—even if the loot is too good to pass up. About the Author Jaleigh Johnson lives and writes in the wilds of the Midwest. Her middle grade debut novel, The Mark of the Dragonfly, is a New York Times bestseller. Her other books include The Secrets of Solace, The Quest to the Uncharted Lands, and The Door to the Lost. She has also written fiction for Dungeons & Dragons: Forgotten Realms and Marvel. Johnson is an avid gamer and lifelong geek. Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. Chapter 1 Ten Years Ago Edgin tried to remember the last time he’d slept. Sleep, that capricious, lovely siren—he knew he’d been acquainted with her once. He’d even had a bed, a comfortable bed if he remembered correctly. Lately, though, his world had shrunk to the small, scarred kitchen table by the fire, and everything, from the dried herb bundles hanging from the ceiling, to the pot of something cooking—or burning—in a pot on the stove, was just a little hazy around the edges, and it was all because of— A screech shattered the air in the small cottage, traveling right down Edgin’s ear canal and rattling his heart inside his chest. He jumped, jostling the small bundle in his arms and causing it to let out another ear-piercing shriek that he swore was worse than a banshee’s wail. And he should know—he’d been up close and personal with one, a long time ago. This was no banshee. He looked down at his baby daughter. Kira’s small face was scrunched up in an expression of misery that Edgin felt, if he was being honest, had no place on a newborn baby whose only concerns in life were eating, sleeping, and defecating in alarmingly large quantities. Whereas Edgin’s concerns were many and varied. He no longer had a job, for one. He’d left the Harpers, the do-gooder group to which he’d sworn an oath and dedicated his life, because that blind devotion had resulted in his wife’s death at the hands of the Harpers’ enemies. The grief and guilt of that had opened up a hole inside of Edgin, a hole that probably would have swallowed him—or he would have jumped in willingly—were it not for the squirming child in his arms. Kira. The only family he had left. He would die for her. He would walk through fire, face down a horde of kobolds, kill anyone who tried to harm her. He also occasionally wished he could toss her out a window to get some peace and quiet and sleep, which was a strange thought to have alongside the fierce love and protectiveness swirling in his chest. Was this what being a parent was supposed to

EAN: 9780593598139

Package Dimensions: 9.5 x 6.4 x 1.0 inches

Languages: English

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