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Moon of the Spider

Moon of the Spider Since the beginning of time the angelic hosts of the High Heavens and the demonic hordes of the Burning Hells have been locked in a struggle for the fate of all Creation That struggle has now come to

  • Title: Moon of the Spider
  • Author: Richard A. Knaak
  • ISBN: 9780743471329
  • Page: 141
  • Format: Paperback
  • Since the beginning of time, the angelic hosts of the High Heavens and the demonic hordes of the Burning Hells have been locked in a struggle for the fate of all Creation That struggle has now come to the mortal realmd neither Man nor Demon nor Angel will be left unscathed DIABLO Driven by nightmares to the ruins of a mysterious tomb, Lord Aldric Jitan hopes tSince the beginning of time, the angelic hosts of the High Heavens and the demonic hordes of the Burning Hells have been locked in a struggle for the fate of all Creation That struggle has now come to the mortal realmd neither Man nor Demon nor Angel will be left unscathed DIABLO Driven by nightmares to the ruins of a mysterious tomb, Lord Aldric Jitan hopes to awaken a terrible evil that has slept since the fall of Tristram Drawn by the growing darkness in the land, the enigmatic Necromancer, Zayl, stumbles upon Jitan s plot unaware that one of his own brethren has set these dire events in motion Now, as the celestial Moon of the Spider rises, the nefarious demon, Astrogha, prepares to unleash his minions upon Sanctuary MOON OF THE SPIDER An original tale of swords, sorcery, and timeless struggle based on the bestselling, award winning M rated computer game from Blizzard Entertainment Intended for mature readers.

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    About "Richard A. Knaak"

    1. Richard A. Knaak

      Richard A Knaak is the bestselling author of Dragonlance novels, the Dragonrealm and Black City Saint series his own creations , six novels for Blizzard Entertainment s Diablo series, and six works in the Warcraft universe He has also written several non series fantasy books.

    346 Comments

    1. Not a fantasy novel fan, but Richard A. Knaak's Diablo books continue to entertain me. A bit of humor (Humbart is once again awesome), but not childish like so many other fantasy novels I tried to like. I love that this one was wholly centered on a necromancer!


    2. Fans of the computer game "Diablo II", will find a real treat with this novel. Aside from "Diablo III: The Book of Cain" chronologically, this is the latest book in the Diablo Universe timeline, and continues the adventures of the necromancer Zayl after his exploits in the Knaak's first Diablo novel "The Kingdom of Shadow". Zayl, along with his ghostly partner Humbart, finds himself unwillingly pulled into a deadly plot to revive and unleash the Spider Demon, Astrogha, upon the Mortal Plane. Cau [...]


    3. Another dark fantasy story from Richard Knaak set in the Diablo Universe. Fans of Kingdom of Shadow get to catch up with Zayl and Humbart on another creepy adventure, this time involving spiders. Since I hate spiders, I knew I would thoroughly enjoy this book. Knaak has made sure include gruesome, horrific scenes of death that's expected of the Diablo universe and this book doesn't disappoint. A must-read if you're a fan of the Diablo series.


    4. If you like the lore behind Diablo the game, or you just like some straight up fantasy, this book will not let you down. I think this book can be grasped even if you haven't played Diablo (grasped and enjoyed), but you definitely should read its predecessor, The Kingdom Shadow, first. The Kingdom of Shadow really has next to nothing to do with Diablo, but it introduces the reader to the central themes and characters in Moon of the Spider.


    5. I bought this book mostly because it wasn't part of a series but by the end of the book I wanted more. Always good sign. I would also say no real background knowledge of the Diablo Universe is needed the most stands on a its own. That information won't hurt your reading but over all this a great book.My full podcast review can be found here feedproxy.google/%7Er/Gran


    6. I love the necromancer take that Knaak used for this book. Knaak has an amazing way of keeping to the lore of a setting and really bringing his characters to life. The story was mysterious and fast paced and if you enjoyed Kingdom of Shadows, then this is a must read. Very well done.


    7. Let's get this straight: I love necromancers, especially the one from Diablo 2. Here's what happened though: I have read this when I was younger and after some years, when I tried to reread it in order to see why this was sitting on the "best" shelf, I was appalled. Good idea, bad book.


    8. Mm, this book follows a character previously introduced in "Kingdom of Shadow". Though the Necromancer and his skull companion was fun to read about, I felt the female lead was a complete and total Mary Sue.








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