Forgotten Realms: The Library

The Wizards


Archmage of Waterdeep
Chosen of Mystra
Master of Blackstaff Tower

Khelben "The Blackstaff" Arunsun has lived for centuries and kept more secrets than anyone can imagine. He is more than a wizard, more than the protector of the City of Splendors, and more than human.

When his consciousness is intermingled with that of his young apprentice they will learn more from each other than either expected, and go together to a fate neither could possibly see coming.



Lady of the Order of Twilight
Witch of the Gargauthans
Blood Magus

Morgynn seethed for years under the yoke of ignorance her mother enforced. Then death came for Morgynn, and after embracing it she was reborn with frightening powers of incredible strength.

When a wandering ghostwalker and a seer's hubris provide the perfect opening to expand her dominion, she seizes the opportunity. But the ghostwalker is proving more trouble than she had bargained for...


This novel focuses on a sorcereress with the hellish magic of a blood magus at her command and a mounting ambition for territory and domination in her heart -- and a ghostwalker's attempts to defend a village from her seemingly inevitable success.



Exile of the Hidden City
Adept of forgotten mysteries
Sorceress of the Celestial Nadir

Haunted by nightmares and driven by desire, Ususi defied the will of her people and ran away, venturing alone into the outside world her people abandoned centuries ago.

Now Ususi tracks down the relics that brought both prosperity and doom to her people. But when an old adversary finds her trail, she discovers the danger she thought past might only be beginning.


This novel tells the tale of a wizard from a fallen empire. She must use every trick she knows to stop an ancient evil, which her people are holding captive, from breaking free and destroying all she holds dear.



Daughter of House Hiloar
War Wizard of Cormyr

Only fools find themselves at Winterkeep after the first snowfall. The cold alone can kill, if you live long enough, and dangers far worse haunt the ruined keep in winter.

But slavers stole her son. She would sacrifice everything to get him back. But in the uncaring, frozen north, will it be enough?


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