Skein of Shadows by Marsheila Rockwell
Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited Novel

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Praise for The Shard Axe by Marsheila Rockwell:
“The action is quick, brutal, and author Marsheila Rockwell does a wonderful job painting believable characters in mythical situations that are just magical enough to still be grounded in some sort of realism. The Shard Axe  . . . is a must for any fan of Dungeons and Dragons novels, fantasy novels, or the MMO.” —MMOfallout.com
"Sabira is a great fantasy noir action heroine, and her adventure had a lot of fun surprises and colorful characters. I'm happy to recommend it to others, especially fans of Eberron and DDO. It was a fun read and I look forward to further tales of the Shard Axe."
--Sigfried Trent, DDOcast
 
 
“I enjoyed [The Shard Axe] very much. It was great to see references to various DDO:U NPCs and situations. In particular I really liked a scene where the protagonist had to deal with acid-spewing traps in Stormreach’s sewers. It felt ‘like home.’ ”—Cordovan, myddo.com
 
“Sabira d’Deneith is a fantastic character. She’s flawed and likable. . . .The beginning of the novel really throws you into things. It’s exciting, action-packed, and allows you to really get a grasp on what is going on.” —Read Between the Lines
 
“This is a book to be devoured in one setting.  It is fast paced with bits of backstory dropped in at choice moments that flesh out Sabira’s story perfectly.  While I am not as familiar with Eberron as I am the Forgotten Realms, this book required no previous knowledge of the Eberron setting and can be enjoyed as a standalone novel.  The key element of the story is Sabira, to say that her methods are unorthodox and she is a “bit of a rule breaker” is an understatement but she has a fierce sense of duty that guides her actions.  So her prisoners are brought in a little worse for wear?  It is part of her charm…”—Stefan’s Bookshelf

Overview:
Created in conjunction with the latest update for the Dungeons & Dragons online game, this exciting adventure continues the story of Sabira from The Shard Axe, featuring an underground expedition in dark caverns, drow intrigue, powerful artifacts, and unrequited love.

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If you are looking for more about Dungeons & Dragons Online search for, “The Shard Axe” by Marshiela Rockwell, a chilling mystery set in the world of Dungeons & Dragons Online.
If you are looking for more kickass heroines, search for “Gauntlgrym” by R.A. Salvatore, featuring the alluring and powerful Dahlia Sin’Felle who squares off against the legendary Drizzt Do’Urden.
If you are looking for more about drow, search for “Homeland” by R.A. Salvatore, the first book in the epic Legend of Drizzt.
If you are looking for more fantasy mysteries, search for “The God Catcher” by Erin M. Evans about a woman who may be a dragon—or who may just be criminally insane.
If you are looking for more epic fantasy series, search for “Twilight Falling” by Paul Kemp, about Erevis Cale, an assassin with a conscience.
 
For more about Skein of Shadows, go to DungeonsandDragons.com
 

About Marsheila Rockwell

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MARSHEILA (Marcy) ROCKWELL is a Rhysling-nominated poet and author of over fifty published short stories and poems. She sold her first story to Marion Zimmer Bradley back in 1995; a little over ten years later, she signed the contract with Wizards of the Coast for her first novel, "Legacy of Wolves,
 
Published July 3, 2012 by Wizards of the Coast. 265 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

Unrated Critic Reviews for Skein of Shadows

Brutal Gamer

Current D&D fans will enjoy delving into the world of The Shard Axe, but any reader who enjoys fantasy can enjoy this engrossing tale of love and betrayal.

Jun 14 2012 | Read Full Review of Skein of Shadows: Dungeons & ...

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