Black Wolf (novel)

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Black Wolf (novel)
Black Wolf PB 2001.jpg
Abbreviation: N/A
Author: Dave Gross
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Item Code: 886930000
Release Date: November 2001
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Page Count: 320
ISBN-10: 0-7869-1901-9
Price: $6.99 ; C$9.99
Product Blurb:
The intrigue-filled Sembia series is designed for first-time readers of Forgotten Realms books. This fourth novel in the series continues the story of one of the characters introduced in The Halls of Stormweather, the anthology of short stories that serves as the introduction to the Sembia series.
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Black Wolf (novel)
Black Wolf PB 2007.jpg
Abbreviation: N/A
Author: Dave Gross
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Item Code: 959497400
Release Date: August 2007
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Page Count: 320
ISBN-10: 978-0-7869-4283-1
Price: $6.99 ; C$8.99
Product Blurb:
Talbot Uskevren’s problems are his own business.

The second son of Thamalon Uskevren would like nothing more than to be free -- free to pursue a life in the theater, free to socialize with whomever he wishes, free to keep to himself in his tallhouse in the city.

But everything changes when a hunting accident leaves Tal infected with lycanthropy. All those wishes and most of Tal’s problems are suddenly insignificant compared to controlling the dangerous beast within him. The priests of two gods keep offering him answers -- for a price -- and every night he delays may cost more lives than his family and friends have to offer.

Enter the greatest fantasy setting of our generation -- enter the Forgotten Realms.

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