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The Spine of the World Forgotten Realms: Paths of Darkness | Book 2 - R. A. Salvatore Horror Book Review
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The Road to Redemption
Even the brutal streets of a treacherous city can’t hide a tortured soul forever.
The barbarian Wulfgar sets upon a dangerous path toward redemption when and old friend finds him in the city of Luskan. Wulfgar’s journey twists up the windswept peaks of the Spine of the World. He will persevere, for at the end lies his most prized possession—the life he thought he’d lost forever.
Contains 16 pages of roleplaying game rules base on The Spine of the World.
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Title: The Spine of the World Forgotten Realms: Paths of Darkness | Book 2
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