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Title:
Dark lord
ISBN:
9781844165841

9781844166176
Publication Information:
Nottingham : Solaris, 2008, ©2007.
Physical Description:
520 pages ; 18 cm.
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1.
Summary:
Writer Rod Everlar is suddenly drawn into a fantasy world of his own creation, a land dominated by three powerful dark wizards, and must draw on all his skills to gain control of Falconfar and defeat the spreading evil before it is too late.
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Summary

1. Ed Greenwood is a legend of fantasy fiction with a vast and loyal fan base.

2. This is the start of an epic new trilogy with wide, mass market appeal.

3. To coincide with author signings and convention appearances.

4. Promotional campaign, featuring high levels of advertising in the genre press & online.

5. Follows the highly successful hardback edition.

Dark Lord is the first of three novels in The Falconfar Saga, from the bestselling author Ed Greenwood. Rod Everlar is a writer who mysteriously finds himself drawn into a fantasy world of his own creation. Dark Lord displays all the hallmarks of Ed's reputation for creating a richly realised fantasy setting, and characters that shine.


Author Notes

Ed Greenwood was born on July 21 1959 in Canada. He is a fantasy writer and the original creator of the Forgotten Realms game world. He began writing articles about the Forgotten Realms for Dragon magazine beginning in 1979, and subsequently sold the rights to the setting to TSR, the creators of the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game, in 1986. He has written many Forgotten Realms novels, as well as numerous articles and D&D game supplement books.

Greenwood discovered the Dungeons & Dragons game in 1975 and soon became a regular player. He used the Realms as a setting for his campaigns, which centered around the fictional locales of Waterdeep and Shadowdale, locations that would figure prominently in his later writing. According to Greenwood, his players' thirst for detail pushed him to further develop the Forgotten Realms setting.

His works include Shandril's Sage, The Elminster Series, The Shadow of the Avatar Trilogy, The Comyr Saga, The Harpers, The Sundering and The Iron Assassin.

(Bowker Author Biography)