The Glass Prison by Monte Cook
Forgotten Realms

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Vheod Runechild--half human, half fiend--flees from the Abyss to find his human nature on Toril, only to discover that the dangers from the nether region respect no worldly boundaries.
 

About Monte Cook

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Monte Cook (Milwaukee, WI) has written and edited extensively in the realm of role-playing games and fantasy fiction. He was a creator of the third edition of the most famous role-playing game ever, "Dungeons & Dragons". He was also the author and designer of the role-playing game "Dark Matter", a game in which players take on the roles of investigators of conspiracies and the paranormal. He researched conspiracy theories and integrated some of them into his novel "Of Aged Angels, " which dealt with the Knights Templar, the secret bloodline of Jesus, aliens, JFK, Marilyn Monroe, the Holy Grail, and Jim Morrison (who is alive and well and living in France).
 
Published November 27, 2012 by Wizards of the Coast. 292 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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