The Sword Never Sleeps

The thrilling conclusion to Ed Greenwood s latest epic Florin Falconhand and his friends have always wanted adventure but when it finally finds them, it turns out to be a lot than they bargained for Over the course of The Knights of Myth Drannor, the Knights learn the true meaning of adventure, honor, and what it means to be a hero.
The Sword Never Sleeps The thrilling conclusion to Ed Greenwood s latest epic Florin Falconhand and his friends have always wanted adventure but when it finally finds them it turns out to be a lot than they bargained for O

  • Title: The Sword Never Sleeps
  • Author: Ed Greenwood
  • ISBN: 9780786949144
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “The Sword Never Sleeps”

    1. A mildly disappointing conclusion to a mildly disappointing series.The reality is, while this is supposedly a book about the origins of the Knights of Myth Drannor, the heroes of Ed Greenwood's ongoing Forgotten Realms campaign they're unfortunately the junior partners in the book, reduced mostly to being bounced around by the acts and whims of others. That's the biggest disappointment here; at least as much time is spent on the manipulations of Vanderghast and the conflicts within the War Wizar [...]

    2. The story is so disjointed, and leaves so many chapters left undone. If I had been with Ed Greenwood for these early days as a player, I might have understood all that occurred in this novel, but lacking that knowledge, I know that there are whole chapters missing in these novels. Since I'm reading the Forgotten Realms books in chronological order (not in publication order), I am hoping that these characters and their histories will be better developed in some later DR storyline that had been pu [...]

    3. The Sword that never sleeps is the last book in Ed Greenwood's "the Knights of Myth Drannor" trilogy. The novel continues the tale of the Knights as they make there way to Shadowdale to take rule of the small dale. Along the way fall into to traps and stumble into the different scenarios were either someone is try to kill them for revenge or the stumble onto a plot to take over the realm. The tale of the Knights are one small part of the book. There multiple characters and story threads going at [...]

    4. Another great series from Greenwood. The last few left a little to be desired, in my opinion. However Greenwood makes up for that and more with this series. It was worth the wait. Any fan of Greenwood would appreciate the backstory to the formation of the Knights.The only complaint I can think of is that I know the make-up of the knights during 1372 DR and I know that's not the make-up of the knights at the end of this book. So rather than describe how they came to be as we know them today, he h [...]

    5. I loved the characters and I love the Forgotten Realms in general. The only thing that held me back from giving this book five stars is that the story was a bit scattered. There were so many random things going on throughout the book and they felt somewhat clumsily drawn together for the ending. I have a hard time saying whether the ending was good or not though - it was the kind that left me wanting more, and I can't tell whether its because the end felt so rushed or because I genuinely want to [...]

    6. I have a problem with how much Ed Greenwood jumps around from character to character. The next time I read a novel by him, I guess I will have to write down all the characters and what happens to them.

    7. One Long Battle. From Start to finish, our intrepid Knights are involved in one long battle. Just when you thought it was over, it begins again. A non stop exhausting read.

    8. goood story multiple plots handled well, believible characters and a good young party of adventurers handling mor than they should.

    9. A more logical plot and smoother read in comparison to the first two books of the series but still leaves a lot of loose ends.

    10. The last and the best of the trilogy! I usually dont like Ed's books (he is good as a creator and gamer) But this book is totally good!

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