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Shadowbane: Eye of Justice (The Shadowbane Series Book 3) by [Erik Scott de Bie]
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SHADOWBANE: EYE OF JUSTICE is the third novel in the ongoing Shadowbane series, which started with DOWNSHADOW (book 1) and SHADOWBANE (book 3) respectively. It is the tale of a never-say-die hero struggling against the forces of evil in a world full of peril. Kalen Dren, the vigilante paladin who calls himself Shadowbane, has turned his back on a life of crime and selfishness to chart a new course with the aid of the sword Vindicator, once wielded by the vanished God of Guardians himself. He will face legions of enemies and ultimately struggle with his own dualistic nature: the bright, goodly paladin and the dark, pragmatic assassin.

This series is particularly fun for me to write, pulling influences from my previous work as well as the vast, panoramic, much beloved Forgotten Realms setting. I delight in the scope of the neverending hero's quest, with its triumphs and pitfalls, such as the struggles of his dual life in DOWNSHADOW or the way he runs from his duty only to embrace it in the end of SHADOWBANE.

I love crafting the fiercely loyal friendships and bitter rivalries in Kalen's life, in particular those of the women that surround him. I love the duality of his tortured love affair with the demonic trickster Fayne in DOWNSHADOW as opposed to his burgeoning admiration for the pure-hearted sorceress Myrin in SHADOWBANE. Taking it to the next level, Eye of Justice adds a whole new dimension to his world in the form of the elf shadowdancer Ilira Nathalan, a creature as duplicitous as any he has ever known--and twice as deadly.

It has been my honor to bring you this story, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

About the Author

A 20-something speculative fiction author, Erik Scott de Bie has been writing short stories since grade school, crafting full-length novels since high school, and publishing his creations since college. To date, five of his fantasy novels have appeared in print, as well as a host of shorter fiction ranging from there to science fiction, superheroes, and horror.
He also moonlights as a game designer for the popular role-playing game Dungeons and Dragons, where he was one third of the creative force behind the popular 4e Neverwinter Campaign Setting. He lends his writing skills and voice acting talent to Cobalt City Adventures Unlimited, a podcast/radio drama set in a city replete with costumed heroes and masked villains.
When not writing, Erik enjoys hiking with his beautiful wife Shelley, gaming with his geeky friends, and fencing with his sworn enemies. He also spends an inordinate amount of time wrangling his multifarious cats and jogging with his hyperactive dog. He lives in Seattle.

Product Details

  • File Size: 3685 KB
  • Print Length: 334 pages
  • Publisher: Wizards of the Coast (September 4, 2012)
  • Publication Date: September 4, 2012
  • Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007JCC1EU
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10 CONCRETE REASONS YOU SHOULD READ THIS NOVEL
1. This is Erik's best work yet. Do NOT miss out on this.
2. NO ONE is who you think they are. The entire book will keep you guessing as to who is who, and who is doing what. Your head will swim in plots, counter plots, and identity crises.
3. There are a LOT of characters. It's difficult to keep track of everyone, where they are, and whose side they are on. In particular, I like the addition of Levia Shadewalker and would like to see her in future stories.
4. Myrin. She sees a HUGE amount of character development, and learns much to fill in her memory. It was awesome to see her able to stand on her own, without need for Kalen.
5. Fight scenes. There is a scene about 3/5 of the way that is absolutely breathtaking, with lots of action, all tightly done and flowing naturally.
6. Realms lore. Erik weaves in bits and pieces of lore from all over the Forgotten Realms, with references to Maztica, Kara-Tur, and even Arya Venkyr from Ghostwalker.
7. Ilira Nathalan. The shadowdancer MAKES this story. You have never met a more intriguing and awesome character than Ilira Nathalan. Finally wonderful to get some concrete background on her history. (GARGAN!)
8. Shadowbane. The man, the myth, the legend. Mere words cannot describe the intensity and intricacy of Shadowbane's role(s), without spoiling it anyways.
9. Brace. You've gotta love the eternally optimistic and colorfully insulting gnome swordsman.
10. Because it's awesome. Duh.

Shadowbane: Eye of Justice is on par with the best of George R.R. Martin, Robert Jordan, and Brandon Sanderson. Erik Scott de Bie is well on his way to the top. This novel is the best. Now go read it.

P.S. This is not a point against the book, but I am eagerly awaiting final word on Sithe, Murmur, and Scour.
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Shadowbane: Eye of Justice is the third book in the Shadowbane series with the first book being Downshadow, which is also the fourth book in the Ed Greenwood Presents Waterdeep series, and the second book is Shadowbane. The Shadowbane series is set in the Forgotten Realms setting of Dungeons and Dragons. Erik Scott de Bie has written a number of novels set in the Forgotten Realms; Ghostwalker part of The Fighters series of stand-alone novels and Depths of Madness which is part of The Dungeons series of stand-alone novels. He wrote Eye for an Eye in Colbat City Double Feature. He also has written a number of short stories for anthologies as well as offering free to download ones off his website, along with working on Dungeons and Dragons game designs and campaigns. Shadowbane: Eye of Justice was released as e-book only in September 2012 and is published by Wizards of the Coast.

After the strange events that transpired in the cesspool city of Luskan, Kalen "Shadowbane" Dren and Myrin Darkdance set out to find their friend Rhett in the city of Westgate. While Kalen believes his former apprentice is dead, Myrin holds out hope that Rhett is still alive. The city of Westgate holds its share of secrets for the duo. Kalen has to keep out of the sight of the Eye of Justice, where he trained to become Shadowbane. While Myrin learns more about her unknown past. However before the 'true' Shadowbane's arrival, rumors of another Shadowbane's swift and bloody justice swirls around the city. Not everything is what it appears in Westgate.

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1) Outsider. While reading Shadowbane: Eye of Justice, there are many things that can make the reader feel like an outsider looking in.
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Kalen Dren, Shadowbane, returns to Westgate. The story picks up shortly after Shadowbane ended with Kalen and Myrin heading to Westgate where Kalen's past awaits him. The story flows extremely well bringing in various characters seen in Downshadow, Shadowbane, as well as new ones. Myrin's secrets are dug up and Vindicator excels in battle. Highly recommend Erik's latest work.
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Shadowbane:Eye of Justice was simply put, a riveting experience. I wonder at Mr De Bie's ability to remember and advance all the various machinations and schemes, plots and subplots throughout this series. There are so many well developed characters, and nothing is meaningless in its presentation. This is a must read for any fan of the genre. Action, investigation, intrigue, romance (well, sort of)....it has it all. The ending was a little different than I expected, and I wasnt sure how I really felt about it. It kind of faded to black in a creepy, unresolved way that virtually guarantees at least one more publication in the series. Enjoy!
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I got the first book of this series just because it was one of the few from the Forgotten Realms that I hadnt read yet. But I was very happy to say I have since read all of the books in this series and I love them. The characters are all so well developed I find myself laughing a bit at some of the exchanges. I highly recommend this book, but start with the first and take your time through each, I think you will love them too by the time you get to this one.
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By EricaB on December 23, 2013
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My favorite of Erik's many fun books. He's an excellent, modern author and I love his fresh style and exciting stories. I also appreciate his inclusiveness of everyone! History will shine well upon this one. Thank you Erik!
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