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Windwalker (novel)

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Windwalker (novel)
Windwalker PB 2003.jpg
Abbreviation: N/A
Author: Elaine Cunningham
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Item Code: 179700000
Release Date: April 2003
Format: Trade Paperback
Page Count: 352
ISBN-10: 0-7869-2968-5
Price: $24.95 ; C$34.95
Product Blurb:
Crossing the wide realms of Faerûn in search of adventure, the dark elf princess Liriel Baenre and her companion Fyodor find themselves in the barbarian’s homeland of Rashemen. In a land ruled by witches, Liriel must disguise herself lest she spark the people’s hatred of dark elves.

Yet from the deep tunnels of the Underdark, glittering eyes and a mind twisted by malice are watching her every move, preparing for vengeance.

The release of Windwalker brings to a close a series first begun by New York Times bestselling author Elaine Cunningham more than eight years ago. Following the recovers of Daughter of the Drow and Tangled Webs, the first two titles in the series, this all-new novel features cover art by award-winning fantasy artist Todd Lockwood and is the first hardcover release from Cunningham in five years.

This text is quoted from promotion material. Text and images are copyrighted by the original publisher.
Windwalker (novel)
Windwalker PB 2004.jpg
Abbreviation: N/A
Author: Elaine Cunningham
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Item Code: 965350000
Release Date: April 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Page Count: 384
ISBN-10: 0-7689-3184-1
Price: $7.99 ; C$10.99
Product Blurb:
Crossing the wide realms of Faerûn in search of adventure, the dark elf princess Liriel Baenre and her companion Fyodor find themselves in the barbarian's homeland of Rashemen. In a land ruled by witches, Liriel must disguise herself lest she spark the people's hatred of dark elves.

Yet from the deep tunnels of the Underdark, glittering eyes and a mind twisted by malice are watching her every move, preparing for vengeance.

The release of Windwalker brought to a close a series first begun by New York Times best-selling author Elaine Cunningham ten years ago. Following the recently released recovers of Daughter of the Drow and Tangled Webs, the first two titles in the series, this mass market version features cover art by award-winning fantasy artist Todd Lockwood.

This text is quoted from promotion material. Text and images are copyrighted by the original publisher.
Starlight & Shadows
  1. Daughter of the Drow
  2. Tangled Webs
  3. Windwalker



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