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Mass Market Paperback The Grieving Tree Book

ISBN: 0786939850

ISBN13: 9780786939855

The Grieving Tree

(Part of the Eberron Series and The Dragon Below (#2) Series)

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Now in possession of the magical Dhakaan sword, the heroes venture into the monster kingdom of Droaam in pursuit of their arch-nemesis Dah-mir and his dark forces, in the sequel to The Binding Stone.... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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The Best Eberron Series

...by far. This book continues the goodness. Best treatment of a dragon being smarter than everyone else I've ever seen.

Just as good as the first book !!

I loved the first book in this series, 'The Binding Stone', and this one is just as good. The plot is fast paced, the characters work really well - with a few new ones entering the scene - and I felt their relationships and characteristics developed interestingly during the course of the story. The end leaves you wishing the third book was already out ready to go ! I love how the plot goes to a new level by the end, and I thought the secret of the villian was well revealed and only intensified the plot ready for the next book.

A great story with great characters

"The Grieving Tree" is the second book in the "Dragon Below" trilogy, set in the world of Eberron. Like the first book in the trilogy ("The Binding Stone"), this book is a fast-paced, exciting adventure book. The plot revolves around a mixed bag of heroes who are caught up in a life or death struggle with Dah'mir, a charismatic priest of the dragon below who turns out to be more than he appears. "The Grieving Tree" picks up where "The Binding Stone" left off with the heroes learning of a riddle which could lead them to an important clue about Dah'mir's origins. The riddle is obscure and the path they must follow is filled with danger. As mentioned above the book is fast-paced and full of action. The plot is well thought-out and well written. The strength of this series is in its characters all of whom have interesting back-stories which are slowly revealed over the course of the story. The good guys, are not your typical hero-types. Each has his or her own flaws and their shared past often creates tension between some of the members of the party. This adds a sense of urgency and excitement to the story. Throughout the book, the reader is left guessing about what will happen next and how this sometimes fragile alliance will hold together. If you are a fan of characters who are "shades of grey" and of character development, then you will enjoy this book. And the villains are equally interesting. My favourite was the very unique Hruucan, who is an undead creature who feeds off on fire and peoples life-forces. A very interesting villain indeed. One thing I enjoyed is that, while Dah'mir was not above using and discarding his followers, the bad guys are not the typical bad guys whose in-fighting leads to their downfall. In my humble opinion, this book has something for everyone. There is action, adventure, magic, and even a little mystery. The story is interesting and the characters are well-written. I would recommend this book to all fans of epic fantasy, but especially to fans of Eberron. One word of warning, this is the second book of the series, and while there is a very nice summary of book 1 at the beginning, I would recommend first reading "The Binding Stone," which is also an excellent book.
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