Author Reading 2 (January 2009)
Bruce Cordell: Plague of Spells
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In this episode – the second of two podcasts this week – we stray from our usual hosted format. Bruce Cordell, Forgotten Realms author, came into the studio to read a select passage from his most recent novel.
Plague of Spells
The first book in the Abolethic Sovereignty series, Plague of Spells released in this December:
29 Tarsakh, 1285 DR
The horizon was on fire.
Raidon Kane emerges from the Spellplague with a sapphire tattoo burned into his flesh, strange supernatural powers, and eleven missing years.
The world had ended. How could he forget that?
His daughter is dead. His home has been destroyed. His life is empty save for one thing.
Everything faded to blue, then to nothing.
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