Analog Science Fiction and Fact – August 1989

Analog Science Fiction and Fact – August 1989

Illustrator Kelly Freas (cover)
Editor Stanley Schmidt
Year 1989
Publisher Davis

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Waterdeep

Illustrator Clyde Caldwell
Author Richard Awlinson
Year 1989 (Penguin edition 1990)
Publisher TSR/Penguin
ISBN 0-14-012630-9

The Avatar Trilogy: Book Three

Who’ll be the new gods?

The god of strife is dead, destroyed in his attack on Tantras, and Midnight and her allies have recovered the first Tablet of Fate – one of a pair of artifacts that will return the gods to their former glory and save the Realms from the fallen deities’ wrath.

To complete their quest, though, the heroes must travel across the world to Waterdeep, the City of Splendours, and even pass into the Realm of the Dead. But both Cyric and Myrkul, God of Death, want the Tablets of Fate for their own dark ends, and they will stop at nothing to capture Midnight – even if it means the destruction of the Realms.

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Shadowdale (Book One) and Tantras (Book Two)

Darkwell

Illustrator Jeff Easley
Author Douglas Niles
Year 1989
Publisher TSR/Penguin
ISBN 0-14-012635-X

Book Three: The Moonshae Trilogy

The ultimate struggle of good and evil…At stake, the survival of the Moonshae Isles.

Tristan Kendrick, newly crowned High King of the Ffolk, must forge a lasting alliance between the divergent peoples of the Isles. The druid Robyn must confront an evil that has infested the land itself. And together they must decide if they will face the future as king and queen – or as enemies, forever separated by failure and mistrust.

Filled with bizarre creatures and cast against a landscape such as the Isles have never seen, Darkwell is the tumultuous conclusion to the epic begun in Douglas Niles’s best-selling Darkwalker on Moonshae and Black Wizards. The Moonshae Trilogy is part of the FORGOTTEN REALMS™ adventures, TSR’s most extensive fantasy campaign.

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Darkwalker on Moonshae (Book One) and Black Wizards (Book Two)

Streams of Silver

Illustrator Clyde Caldwell
Author R. A. Salvatore
Year 1989
Publisher TSR/Penguin
ISBN 0-14-012363-6

Book Two: The Icewind Dale Trilogy

“Yer eyes’ll shine when ye see the rivers runnin’ silver in Mithril Hall!”

Bruenor the dwarf, Wulfgar the barbarian, Regis the halfling and Drizzt the dark elf fight monsters and magic on their way to Mithril Hall, centuries-old birthplace of Bruenor and his dwarven ancestors.

Faced with racism, Drizzt contemplates returning to the lightless underworld city and murderous lifestyle he abandoned. Wulfgar begins to overcome his tribe’s aversion for magic. And Regis runs from a deadly assassin, who, allied with evil wizards, is bent on the companions’ destruction. All of Bruenor’s dreams, and the survival of his party, hinge upon the actions of one brave young woman.

Streams of Silver is R. A. Salvatore’s second book in the Icewind Dale Trilogy, based on the FORGOTTEN REALMS™ fantasy setting.

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The Crystal Shard (Book One) and The Halfling’s Gem (Book Three)