The Plains of Howling Darkness (Fabled Lands Volume 4) by Jamie Thomson and Dave Morris - Paperback

Explore THE PLAINS OF HOWLING DARKNESS, where barbaric nomads attack all who enter their deadly wilderness. Where legendary prizes await the adventurer who can release the High King from his frozen tomb. Where a city of ghosts guards the Shadar's treasure vaults. Where the secret of immortality is contained in the ancient evil of Kaschuf the Deathless.

Fantastic quests and hideous dangers await travellers in this savage land. You can choose to be a warrior, using weapons and combat skills to strike down all opponents; a mystical mage, skilled in sorcery; a clever rogue, acquiring wealth by theft and trickery; a daring wayfarer, probing and charting the forgotten reaches of the wilderness; a priest, fighting dark monsters with the holy fires of faith; or a troubadour, charming all you meet on your many fabulous exploits.

Your destiny is in your own hands and there are no limits on your imagination. Success will bring the rewards that will lead you to still greater exploits in the amazing role-playing world of the FABLED LANDS.

About the Authors

Jamie Thomson is the best-selling author of DARK LORD: THE EARLY YEARS and winner of the 2012 Roald Dahl Prize. With Dave Morris, he is co-founder of Fabled Lands LLP, a creative studio dedicated to originating worlds, characters and properties that span media from print to games to television.

Dave Morris is an award-winning game designer and UK #1 top-selling author. He has written more than two dozen choose-you-own style gamebooks with worldwide sales in the millions. His interactive version of Mary Shelley's FRANKENSTEIN for iPad won critical acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic, with describing it as "maybe the best interactive fiction yet". He is also the creator of the acclaimed multiplayer gamebook series BLOOD SWORD and the classic British fantasy roleplaying game DRAGON WARRIORS.

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This is a brand new, paperback book.  Softcover, 250 pages.

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