Forgotten Realms: The Library

The Lost Gods

Finder's Bane

When Joel became a priest of the new god Finder, he knew it meant forfeiting the honor and security of his position as a master bard. Now his freedom and his very life are at stake as powers of evil embroil the priests of Finder in a struggle against a plot to resurrect the dead god Bane.

With his only allies the young freedom fighter Holly Harrowslough, the mysterious winged woman Jas, and the aging priest Jedidiah, Joel embarks on a mission to recover the Hand of Bane. His quest leads him from the Realms all the way to the extra-planar city of Sigil. There Joel must rely on all his courage, wisdom, and strength to thwart the return of Bane the Tyrant and rescue the god Finder from imminent death.


The next installment in the best-selling Harpers series and the first title in a new series dealing with the dead gods in many of the TSR worlds. A group of courageous priests, with the aid of Finder Wyvernspur, must attempt to infiltrate the extraplanar city of Sigil, recover a mysterious artifact, and thwart a plot to bring the evil god Bane back to life.


Fistandantilus Reborn

Emilo Haversack is unusually woried for a kender - though he can't for the life of him remember what the problem is. Still, he's been wandering across Anaslon fro quite some time, trying to remember what's wrong. All he can recall is the name of a very evil, very dead wizard... Fistandantilus.

Joined by a young kendermaiden, a human lad, and a devout, if somewhat naive priest, Emilo is drawn into a mysterious quest. As he draws closer to the secret of his past, he and his friends find themselves caught in an creasingly sinister web of intrigue.

And as the conclusion of their adventure approaches, the companions learn that their purpose is one that could catapult the from Krynn - and forever change the destiny of the world thy leave behind.


The second volume in the Dead God Revival series, this novel details a fiendish plot to revive the evil Fistandantilus, one of the most notorious villains in the long history of Krynn. Fistandantilus has been dead for centuries, but his loyal followers devise a plan to bring him back to life and restore him to power - with the immortal status of a god!


Tymora's Luck

Before the Dawn Cataclysm, Moander the Darkbringer corrupted Tyche, Goddess of Luck. In a desperate attempt to preserve Tyche's goodness, the gods clove her in twain, creating two daughter goddesses: Tymora, Lady Luck; and Beshaba, Lady Doom. In the eons since then, the two sisters have existed in total enmity.

Now a great power has hatched a mad scheme to re-create the goddess Tyche by reuniting Tymora and Beshaba, regardless of the potentially calamitous consequences.

In a decision fraught with godly intrigue, Joel, the Rebel Bard, priest of Finder, is chosen to uncover whoever is behind the abduction of the sister goddesses. Aided by his old allies, Holly Harrowslough and Jas, and his new friend, the kender Emilio Haversack, Joel must find a way to prevent the merger of Tymora and Beshaba before disaster overtakes the luckless Realms.


Finder's Bane was set in the Forgotten Realms universe. Fistandantilus Reborn was set on Krynn, the world of the Dragonlance saga. Now, in the conclusion to the Lost Gods trilogy, the intrepid adventurers from these vastly different worlds join forces on the planes to rescue a god, and return their worlds to stability once and for all.


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