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This is an excellent book on the Shadowrun world. I really enjoyed it.Published 2 months ago by Heleen Durston
This was the first Shadowrun book I ever read after having picked up the Bug City companion which referenced this novel. Read morePublished on July 18, 2003 by Marc A. Lockhart
Burning Bright is a great novel. The first Shadowrun novel I was actually fulfilled by in its premise and storytelling. It is such an amazing and incredible book. Read morePublished on July 28, 1999
This book is well-written and engrossing. It's also a lot less "cutesy" and a lot more adult than most Shadowrun novels. Highly recommended!Published on December 13, 1998 by Richard Clayton
A good book in and of itself, with an interesting, involving plot and cool characters. The books real strength, though, is for SR players who want the TRUTH about what happened... Read morePublished on October 11, 1998
I really enjoyed this book, especially the way they handled magic. Tom Dowd's descriptions of how Teller employs magic give the whole idea more depth than the Shadowrun universe... Read morePublished on July 21, 1998 by Jason D
This is one of the better Shadowrun books I have read in a while. Tom Dowd is really skilled. This book also gave me an axcellent background to run a campaign in Bug City.Published on April 21, 1998