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eBook The Stowaway RLB: Stone of Tymora, Book I epub
  • ISBN: 078695258X
  • Author: Geno Salvatore,R.A. Salvatore
  • Genre: Teens
  • Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mirrorstone (November 11, 2008)
  • ePUB size: 1422 kb
  • FB2 size 1277 kb
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The Stowaway: Stone of Tymora, Book I Paperback. Road of the Patriarch (Forgotten Realms: The Sellswords, Book 3) Mass Market Paperback. Unfortunately there's little actual plot in "The Stowaway," since most of it involves Maimun racing frantically from A to B, hanging out for awhile and then having to rush to C and D. And it ends on a big fat "To Be Continued.

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The Spine of the World. Stone of Tymora, Book I. For all the teachers who helped shape my life.

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GENO SALVATORE has collaborated on several . Salvatore projects including Fast Forward Games . Salvatore's The DemonWars Campaign Setting and . Salvatore's The DemonWars Player's Guide. Salvatore's DemonWars Prologue, a DemonWars short story that appeared in the comic book published by Devil's Due Publishing. He is a recent graduate of Boston University and lives in Massachusetts.

The Stowaway: Stone of Tymora, Book . Nearly two decades ago, . Salvatore introduced the world to Drizzt D'Urden in a series that has since become a fantasy classic and a consistent presence on best seller lists

The Stowaway: Stone of Tymora, Book I. by R. A. Salvatore and Geno Salvatore. Salvatore introduced the world to Drizzt D'Urden in a series that has since become a fantasy classic and a consistent presence on best seller lists. Now, for the first time, Salvatore partners with his son Geno to craft a brand-new story just for young readers, featuring a cameo of the most beloved fantasy character of all time

Stone of Tymora, Book I. The Shadowmask. Stone of Tymora, Book II. The Sentinels. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. Any reproduction or unauthorized use of the material or artwork contained herein is prohibited without the express written permission of Wizards of the Coast LLC. Published by Wizards of the Coast LLC.

A kid-lit book at about the speed of the (fabulous) Ranger's Apprentice books, set in the world and with the characters from Salvatore Sr's books.

Salvatore (author) Geno Salvatore (author). A kid-lit book at about the speed of the (fabulous) Ranger's Apprentice books, set in the world and with the characters from Salvatore Sr's books. Manga Maniac Cafe rated it 9 years ago.

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Read "The Stowaway Stone of Tymora, Book I" by . With a half-demon determined to destroy him, and a crew of sailors resentful of the trouble he's caused, Maimun must find the courage to prove his worth, both to his friends and to himself.

Stone of Tymora is a series of fantasy novels for teens, written by the SciFi and fantasy author, R. Salvatore and his son, Geno Salvatore. Salvatore's first collaboration with his son, and has Salvatore's Dark Elf character, Drizzt Do'Urden. The first book in the series, is Stowaway. It was released in October, 2008. Barely a teen and already guarding a secret that could jeopardize his young life, Maimun is marked for death

A twelve-year-old orphan who possesses a stone that brings good luck to its owner runs afoul of a terrifying half-demon, but finds an ally in the elf Drizzt Do'Urden.
Comments: (2)
Breder
RA Salvatore is one of the best writers ever. This book was very exciting to read and kept you captivated
Arakus
RA Salvatore has made a distinguished career with his Forgotten Realms stories, particularly those centering on the drow elf Drizzt Do'Urden.

And with his son Geno Salvatore, he makes a decent effort at a young adult novel in "The Stowaway: Stone of Tymora Book 1." It's a resolutely middle-of-the-road story that doesn't really have a conclusion, despite a few moments of lyricism in its descriptions. And it really helps to be a longtime reader of Salvatore's prior works.

A young orphan is captured by pirates, and tells the captain his story: pursued by a malevolent demon, he stowed away on a ship and encountered the drow elf Drizzt Do'Urden and his companions.

Then the narrative takes a backward leap, exploring the boy's formative years -- he was raised by a forest witch, and passed on to the mysterious wandering warrior Perrault. Perrault was determined to keep the boy -- whom he named Maimun -- safe from all harm, and to give him a magical stone that was his by right.

Unfortunately, with the stone comes an old enemy -- the evil demon Asbeel, a shapeshifting creature who is after both Maimun and his magical stone. And when Perrault is badly injured in battle, Maimun flees into the world of the high seas, unsure where to go or what to do. And wherever he goes, there are enemies pursuing him.

Most young-adult spinoffs of a series try to serve as an introduction in themselves, letting new readers understand what this universe is and what's going on. Unfortunately, the two Salvatores sort of let this slide -- the entire book is full of people and places that seem very significant, but whose lives and roles are never really explained.

And Geno Salvatore spin up a straightforward yarn with some chilling moments (the scaly troll who talks like Gollum), lots of chases and fights, and lyrical language ("All I could see was two point of burning lavender flame"). Unfortunately there's little actual plot in "The Stowaway," since most of it involves Maimun racing frantically from A to B, hanging out for awhile and then having to rush to C and D. And it ends on a big fat "To Be Continued."

Maimun himself is a rather typical fantasy boy-hero -- he has no idea what's going on, and he struggles to merely keep himself alive and to hold onto his despised Item of Power. But he becomes somewhat less sympathetic at the midway point, when he abandons a dying father-figure to save himself, and only feels remorse a few days after.

And despite Drizzt's appearance on the cover, his presence is completely disposable -- he merely travels on the same ship as Maimun for a few days, and dispenses some Yodalike wisdom. That's all. He and his companions don't really play any part in the story.

"The Stowaway: Stone of Tymora Volume 1" is only a warmup with a Drizzt cameo -- it has potential, but little more. Here's hoping the rest of the story is a bit more gripping.
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