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Publisher's Summary

Salvatore's The Cleric Quintet tells the tale of the scholar-priest Cadderly, who is plucked from the halls of the Edificant Library to fulfill a heroic quest across the land of Faern.
The assassins of the Night Masks stalk the shadowy streets of the city of Carradoon, led by the sinister killer known as Ghost. Cadderly struggles against the dreaded Chaos Curse in these dark, evil-haunted alleyways, with a silent death around every corner.
©1992 TSR, Inc., 2009 Wizards of the Coast LLC (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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By Hasbro on 08-03-17

Coming to Fruition

Salvatore's series snaps into a nice groove with this third installment. Caterly (sp?) fully comes into his own as a priest. The D&D nuances are fun for those who play the game, but you don't need to be a player to enjoy the book. Bevine's performance is solid, although I still listened to it at 125%. Overall, I recommend it.

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By Jeri Castagno on 06-10-17

Another masterpiece by Salvatore and Bevine!

Would recommend any and all work done by these two. I only wish the stories lasted longer or would never end.

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By R. Chomba on 05-05-16

Amazing

I hope Dara Rosenberg is listening. learn how to deliver a story like Victor does or go and do something else. you have destroyed too many great books.

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