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The Shadow of the Avatar Series

Ed Greenwood
All Shadows Fled by Ed Greenwood
Shadows of Doom by Ed Greenwood
Cloak of Shadows by Ed Greenwood

The Shadow of the Avatar Series : Titles in Order

Book 3
Shadows loom as Elminster’s archnemeses plot a desperate last grasp for power over Faerûn
 
The Time of Troubles has almost passed. At last, the chaos of spilled blood, lawless strife, monsters unleashed, and avatars roaming Faerûn is reaching an end.

However, this is not the case for Those Who Walk in Shadow.

The dreaded and insidious Shadowmasters realize that they have one last chance to seize control while chaos still wreaks havoc across the Realms. In doing so, they seal the fate of not just their archenemy Elminster, but all of Mystra’s minions as well.

Darkness threatens to envelop all Faerûn.
Book 2
In this second Shadow of the Avatar novel, Elminster must thwart a society of shapeshifters with draconian designs on Faerûn

The Time of Troubles has arrived. Blood and strife plague Faerûn while monsters and avatars roam the land with reckless abandon. But wrathful and warring gods are not Faerûn’s only problem.

The dreaded and insidious Shadowmasters have seized the opportunity to increase their influence and power while Mystra and her minions are otherwise engaged. The Shadowmasters weave a magical cloak of spells that will render the wearer invisible to their rival’s magic.

The shadow over Faerûn spreads.
Book 1
When the gods are stripped of their powers, Elminster must carry the weight of Mystra’s magic upon his mortal shoulders
 
It was the eve of the Time of Troubles. The chaos of spilled blood, lawless strife, monsters unleashed, and avatars roaming Faerûn was still to come. Unbeknownst to mortals, the gods had been summoned together—and among them was Mystra, grown proud and willful in the passing eons. With the others, she was about to be stripped of her godhood.

The secret of her power gave her an idea. She made certain preparations, looking always for one who would be her successor . . . But until that person’s ascension, her power must be preserved.

A lone mortal must carry the greater share of her divine energy until the power could be reclaimed, and it was the fate of this mortal to risk being destroyed or driven wild, involuntarily and without warning.

This was the occasion of Elminster’s Doom.

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