Triologia – Chosen of Nendawen

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The Fall of Highwatch

Hweilan is the last of the line of Highwatch and–as she discovers–one of the last of the Vil Adanrath, a bloodline of lycanthropes left on Faerûn. Guric, her uncle and the slayer of Hwelian’s family, has released a terrible evil in order to resurrect his beloved wife and gain control of the northern countries. When Hweilan escapes Guric’s schemes, she is taken in by Lendri, a Vil Adanrath who has stayed in Faerûn to help guide Hweilan to her fate.

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Hand of the Hunter

Nendawen the Hunter has accepted Hweilan’s sacrifice and claimed her as one of his. Now she must learn to truly become a hunter so that she may take on the powers of Nendawen and avenge her family. But while Nendawen’s faithful forge the young woman into a brutal killer, the undead forces of Jagen Ghen have found a way into Nendawen’s sanctuary in the Feywild.

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Cry of the Ghost Wolf

Hweilan went into the Feywild a girl focused on avenging her family’s death, and emerged a brutal killer. Nendawen the Hunter has anointed her his Hand in destroying the demonic and undead forces of his nemesis–the murderer of her family–Jagen Ghen. But while she managed to survive long enough to become the Hand of the Hunter, the war with Jagen Ghen has just begun. And while she is hunting them–they are likewise hunting her. It will take every trick of the Fox, every drop of Lore, and every ounce of will she has to stand against Jagen Ghen, but Hweilan will have her chance to avenge her family–or die trying.

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ROMANCES EM INGLÊS

TRIOLOGIA DE ROMANCES – CHOSEN OF NENDAWEN:

  • THE FALL OF HIGHWATCH (320 PÁGINAS)
  • HAND OF THE HUNTER (304 PÁGINAS)
  • CRY OF THE GHOST WOLF (311 PÁGINAS)

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Peso 3.6 kg
Dimensões 17.5 x 10.5 x 7.5 cm
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