EBOOK / PDF [The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1)]


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    EBOOK / PDF [The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1)] The Fall of Highwatch by Mark Sehestedt This is the first book in the Chosen of Nendawen trilogy the second bei

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    EBOOK / PDF [The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1)] I think I am perhaps getting tired of this “we won’t tell the main character what is going on” type books I like the main character She is a good solid girl and would be great if people would just tell her what the h

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    EBOOK / PDF [The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1)] Mark Sehestedt Ô 4 review Summary The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1) 35 stars Fast paced generic fantasy that doesn’t pretend it is anything Refreshing and enjoyable read

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    Summary The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1) EBOOK / PDF [The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1)] Mark Sehestedt Ô 4 review The Fall of Highwatch TFoH is the first book in a new trilogy by Mark Sehestedt called Chosen of Nendawen The second book Hand of the Hunter is scheduled to be released in December 2010 and the Third Cry of the Ghost Wolf in December 2011 Those who have read Frostfell in the Wizards series will be able to read about one of

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    Summary The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1) EBOOK / PDF [The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1)] Mark Sehestedt Ô 4 review From 42webscomYou should be Geeking HweilanHighwatch has never been taken The fortress has sat undisturbed for over a century high above Narfell’s frozen plains The line of the High Warden runs unbroken down to his seventeen year old granddaughter Hweilan It is a place of peace in the wildernessIf a book stopped there we’d all be uite bored You need conflict to make a story interesting Luckily for us the reader Guric the fo

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    Summary The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1) Mark Sehestedt Ô 4 review EBOOK / PDF [The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1)] I’m a fan of Mark Sehestedt’s previous books Sentinelspire is one of my all time favorite Forgotten Realms novels Fros

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    Mark Sehestedt Ô 4 review review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ô Mark Sehestedt EBOOK / PDF [The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1)] Forgotten Realms Chosen of Nendawen #1 The Fall of Highwatch by Mark SehestedtThe Fall of Highwatch is a Forgotten Realms novel set in the 4th Edition DD world but don't let that stop you from reading this excellent book Let me start by saying

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    Summary The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1) EBOOK / PDF [The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1)] review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ô Mark Sehestedt Overall as far as Forgotten Realm novels go The Fall of Highwatch is pretty average While the story opened up promising enough with the siege and fall of Highwatch Tower the story uickly begins to drag in the middle when Hwelian enters the Feywild While there is there is the underlying story that Hwelian is a Vil Adanrath a shapshifter thi

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    review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ô Mark Sehestedt Mark Sehestedt Ô 4 review EBOOK / PDF [The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1)] Tightly written fantasy novel spun around a coming of age story amidst the frozen landscape of Highwatch fortress An unholy spirit has wrought horror in this land and Hweilan a young girl wise in the ways of the wilderness but naive in her royal duties has suffered the brutal loss of her family She vows to avenge that loss and so begins an epic journey whose end may change her forever

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    Mark Sehestedt Ô 4 review review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ô Mark Sehestedt Summary The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1) Great writing exciting story and excellent characters I'll definitely read of Mark's books The building of the main character is superb and I can't wait to see what happens to her how she grows and what she accomplishes It has the same feeling that I got from reading Midnight's journey to becoming Mystra so long ago Good read indeed

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Summary The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1)

Mark Sehestedt Ô 4 review review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ô Mark Sehestedt Read & Download è The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1) Û PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook An exciting new trilogy set in the far north of Faerun Hweilan is the last of the line of Highwatch and as she discovers one of the last of the Vil Adanrath a bloodli. I think I am perhaps getting tired of this we won t tell the main character what is going on type books I like the main character She is a good solid girl and would be great if people would just tell her what the hell is going on In contrast I really liked the villain and his cronies Now there was motivation and intrigue and determinationThe book had way to much running away from things and oh yes I promise to tell you what is going on but only once we get over the next hurdle And then never does

review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ô Mark SehestedtThe Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1)

Mark Sehestedt Ô 4 review review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ô Mark Sehestedt Read & Download è The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1) Û PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Trol of the northern countries When Hweilan escapes Guric's schemes she is taken in by Lendri a Vil Adanrath who has stayed in Faerûn to help guide Hweilan to her fa. Overall as far as Forgotten Realm novels go The Fall of Highwatch is pretty average While the story opened up promising enough with the siege and fall of Highwatch Tower the story uickly begins to drag in the middle when Hwelian enters the Feywild While there is there is the underlying story that Hwelian is a Vil Adanrath a shapshifter this really does not get revealed to her at all but rather is just hinted to her by supporting characters

Mark Sehestedt Ô 4 review

Mark Sehestedt Ô 4 review review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ô Mark Sehestedt Read & Download è The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1) Û PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ne of lycanthropes left on Faerûn Guric her uncle and the slayer of Hwelian's family has released a terrible evil in order to resurrect his beloved wife and gain con. The Fall of Highwatch TFoH is the first book in a new trilogy by Mark Sehestedt called Chosen of Nendawen The second book Hand of the Hunter is scheduled to be released in December 2010 and the Third Cry of the Ghost Wolf in December 2011 Those who have read Frostfell in the Wizards series will be able to read about one of the characters from there as well as some background that bleeds over into this oneTFoH is fast paced right from the start It takes a few pages to get the reader set up with a short background of the people and the land introduces some characters and then the mayhem begins and doesn t let up until the middle With such a frantic pace there may be some readers who may feel that they miss a point or key information in all the action I however did not feel that way The novel has some good transitions and flows nicelyThe plot has many elements and so the main plot really doesn t come in until towards the end It begins with a character being given a uest to find Nendawen s chosen since he didn t bring a sacrifice when he entered his lands Then there is the battle that brings down the ruling family and all loyal to Highwatch except one Hweilan who escapes and later becomes hunted Also during this there is Gulric who has allied himself with a spellscarred person Argalath who is to help Gulric revive his dead wife Other characters appear when Hweilan is taken to the Feywild and meets the ueen there to decide her fate She also meets Menduarthis who is than he seems There are many sub plots such as the reason Hweilan is wanted the deeper ambitions of Argalath and others that may lead to spoilersOf all the characters I liked Menduarthis the most I was able to connect with most of the characters The one that I had the hardest time connecting with was Lendri His character seemed bland and just didn t add much flavor to his scenes All the rest were easier even the villains were easy to connect with As for character development there really wasn t much in this book I have a feeling that now with the story and characters set up there will be much development in the subseuent booksA couple criticisms1 Like I mentioned previously I couldn t connect with Lendri s character It has been a long time since I read Frostfell so I may be missing something with this character but he just didn t seem to make me care about him that much2 I have read previous reviews claiming that Mr Sehestedt did not give good descriptions of the cold wastes in Frostfell and I believe he listened because even though the descriptions are a lot better in this one later after all the fighting and chasing he seemed to describe everything and the story really slowed down there I felt like I was being told every minute detail This was good for getting the author s vision across but after the speed of the first half of the book this sudden Slow School Zone pace felt too slow3 For those who do not like cliffhanger endings well this one has it This is one of the reasons that I usually wait for a full trilogy to get published before I read it Some positives1 Here s the caveat to the description criticism During the chase scenes and the rest of the book the depictions were not overbearing and the author was able to get his vision across as well as let the reader fill in any gaps to make the story their own The reader could easily envision the landscape and feel the environment around2 I have to say it has been uite a while since there was a good amount of gore in a FR novel There are some scenes in here that may turn someone s stomach Mr Sehestedt towed the PG 13 line nicely in this regard3 I enjoyed the fast pace of the book I really had a hard time putting this one down and I wouldn t have if it wasn t for work and needing sleep It has been a long time since I read something that was so engaging4 This is the first book in the newer 4E realms were the only mention of anyone being spellscarred is the villain I am sure there may be scarred people later in the trilogy but if Mr Sehestedt keeps it this way I will be than happy It is not that I don t like protagonists that are spellscarred but I like the fact that this would be something different having only the antagonist being spellscarredReflecting back this is one of those trilogies I wish I didn t have to wait a year between books Aside from the few minor issues I enjoyed this book immensely I really am looking forward to reading the next one 12 months seems so far away If you still enjoy the 4E realms novels you should really enjoy this one Even those who don t should give it a try If you want fast paced action in fantasy then this one is for you Even those new to the fantasy genre could enjoy this This is one of those books I would prefer to give 4 stars but I can t see bringing it down to 4 so I will give it 5 Happy reading Dimndbangr

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 343
  • The Fall of Highwatch (Forgotten Realms: Chosen of Nendawen, #1)
  • Mark Sehestedt
  • English
  • 01 January 2020
  • 9780786951437