Darkwalker on Moonshae, by Douglas Niles, is the first book in the Moonshae trilogy. It was the first novel set in the Forgotten Realms, followed in published. Darkwalker On Moonshae (Forgotten Realms: Moonshae Trilogy, Book 1) [ Douglas Niles] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The first. : Darkwalker on Moonshae: Forgotten Realms: Moonshae Trilogy, Book 1 (Audible Audio Edition): Douglas Niles, Dara Rosenberg, Audible.
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Very well written, easy to follow storyline.
View all 3 comments. It was revolves around druids – I’m not entirely a fan of druids so that could’ve contributed to the lack of enthusias This was a so-so trilogy, although it should be noted that that I never bothered to get book 3.
Darkwalker on Moonshae
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Once started, it took me many months to finish it. The book I purchased with the original cover was 12th printing and his books were re-released a few years ago. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. I was pleasantly surprised by the tone shift, and definitely enjoyed it. Keith Parkinson Release Date: This book was largely written to flesh out his creation of the isles, explore areas and show the possible campaigns one could have by playing his module.
I loved these parts. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. It follows the exact uncarved, unrefined trope laden path that Maztica followed and given Maztica was written later, it seems as if the author saw if he could try and rewrite Moonshae on another setting and get away with it. This is not a well written or edited book I think this may be Niles’ first published novelbut it does a fantastic job iconifying the Moonshae Isles and bringing the setting to life.
It has all of the elements of classic fantasy, and it moves very well. Dark Alliance Baldur’s Gate: The characters weren’t very interesting – yes, there are some delving into their characters but it wasn’t in a complex or interesting way that would make me relate better.
Looking back now the story isnt that greatbut at the time I read it I was pleased with it. The Moonshae Trilogy 3 books. It practically begs you to buy the adventure. Sure it’s loaded with all the typical high fantasy tropes and the plot is by and large formulaic Only Tristan Kendrick, troubled heir to the legacy of the High Kings, can rally the diverse people and creatures of the Isles of Moonshae to halt the spread of darkness.
Niles’s writing is engaging and drives you forward. He’s more like a putz and a whiner. Rereading it now all these years later I have to admit: Return to the Novels Page. However, as I progressed through the book, the writing got better, and the story began to engage me. Dragonlance Forgotten Realms Greyhawk Ravenloft. It’s not, and I’ve read a lot of fantasy that makes this seem too simplistic in comparison.
Possessed evil Viking general kills godly Unicorn, and godly Whale [s]. The Moonshae Trilogy 1 by Douglas Niles. I will not spoil the cliffhanger though After 30 years it probably wouldn’t hold up as well.
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