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Publisher's Summary

Keep on the Borderlands was one of the very first D&D adventures, so seasoned gamers remember this product from their early days, and newer gamers will recognize it from the 25th anniversary rerelease. Greyhawk novels are based on the classic D&D modules from this world and provide listeners with the same kind of feeling that they get playing classic D&D modules.
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By Joe K on 06-27-16

good

slow for first 3 quarters but got exciting at end with cave battes. narrator was good

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By ssk on 09-08-15

Great Story!

the keep on the borderlands was a great adventure when it was first written ages ago. In fact, I went back and pulled out the old adventure just to see how well it lined up with the story. Come to find out, it lined up perfectly. Including, treasure, monsters, & a surprise bit near the end. overall, this is a great story taking a classic Dungeons and Dragons adventure, and putting what we do around the table into a novel.

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By J. Bert on 09-18-13

Very dull story

I've listened to all the Greyhawk adventures so far. I enjoyed the stories with the Justicar: they had some good jokes, exciting situations and memorable characters.

This story doesn't. It's basically an account of a group of adventurers that arrive at a keep and plan an excursion against bandits. All the characters are annoying and non-memorable. The scenery doesn't evoke a sense of wonder. Nothing much to recommend.

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