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Paperback Riddle in Stone: Knights of the Silver Dragon, Book 2 Book

ISBN: 0786932112

ISBN13: 9780786932115

Riddle in Stone: Knights of the Silver Dragon, Book 2

(Book #2 in the Dungeons and Dragons: Knights of the Silver Dragon Series)

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Kellach believes the new statue in the main square is the cause of all the strange events happening in Curston. This description may be from another edition of this product.

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THE KNIGHTS SOLVE A MYSTERY

Wizards of the Coast is best known as the makers of the enormously popular Magic: The Gathering collectible card game, Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game, and their related lines of fiction and home to top fantasy authors R.A. Salvatore and Margaret Weis. In 2004, however, Wizards decided to move into the realm of juvenile and teen fiction with the announcement of their Mirrorstone imprint. For the first two series under the Mirrorstone banner, they decided to stick with two subjects that they know very well: Dragonlance and Dungeons & Dragons. Knights of the Silver Dragon is a Dungeons and Dragons series aimed at readers 8 - 12 years in age. The stories center upon the exploits of three young heroes in the town of Curston. Kellach, is a teenaged apprentice to the town's most powerful wizard, Zendric. Kellach's brother, Driskoll, is an adventurous 12 year old who dreams of becoming a great warrior like his father Torin, the captain of the Curston's town watch. The brothers are joined by their friend Moyra, a young female thief and daughter to one of Curston's most well known thieves, Breddo. Taking place shortly after the events in the first book, "Secret of the Spiritkeeper", book two, "Riddle in Stone" begins with the town of Curston having their annual Promise Festival, a celebration of Curston's glory days and the townspeople are enjoying fun, games and food. Kellach and Driskoll walk about the town square sampling various treats from the many vendors selling their goods. The Promise Festival includes a tradition of gift-giving and Driskoll receives a new sword from his father, Torin. Kellach is anxious to receive his Promise gift from Zendric. But underneath the celebration there is a foreboding air in Curston. Watchers (Curston's city guard) have gone missing and the town even dedicated a statue to one young female watcher. The Boys join up with Moyra to go to the city Prison where her father Breddo is to be released but her father is NOT himself. He appears to be drugged and is mumbling incoherently about something he saw in the lowest depths of the prison. They hope to get some help from Zendric but when they pay him a visit, they overhear a suspicious conversation between Zendric and a mysterious, cloaked woman and fear that Zendric may be in on an evil plot. Soon, most of the town's watch, including Captain Torin, have come under the influence of this mind-altering drug. Kellach, Driskoll, and Moyra learn that the drug can be used to control minds and discover that the mysterious woman is actual one of the terrible Medusa's, whose look can turn anyone to stone. At great risk, the trip uses a secret sewer entrance into the city prison to try and unravel the mystery. They soon discover a series of riddles etched into several stone statues and make the horrifying discovery that these statues are victims of the Medusa. Kellach finds an unlikely ally in a small, mechanical, but intelligent dragon that gives Kel
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