A Breach in the Watershed




      A Breach in the Watershed
Book One of the Watershed Trilogy For centuries, the pristine lands of the Watershed were at peace But now only a handful of heroes remains to fight against a dark god who has one all consuming thirst the destruction of the Watershed. Best Read A Breach in the Watershed [ By ] Douglas Niles [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – heartforum.co.uk

Douglas Niles is a fantasy author and game designer Niles was one of the creators of the Dragonlance world and the author of the first three Forgotten Realms novels, and the Top Secret S I espionage role playing game He currently resides in Delavan, Wisconsin with his wife, Christine, and two Bouviets, Reggie and Stella He enjoys playing his guitar, cooking, and visiting with family.

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  • Paperback
  • 464 pages
  • A Breach in the Watershed
  • Douglas Niles
  • 11 April 2018
  • 0441003494

10 thoughts on “ A Breach in the Watershed

  1. Zackery Arbela says:

    The mid to late 90 s wre something of a golden age for Dungeons and Dragons derived fantasy Foremost among these, of course, were the various novels and short story collections put out by TSR bask when it was still a going concern an d not just another sub division of a subsidiary of a giant conglomerate But the influence of the game extended far beyond into the fantasy genre directly A new generation of readers and writers whose primary contact to fantasy fiction came as much from Saturday The mid to late 90 s wre something of a golden age for Dungeons and Dragons derived fantasy Foremost among these, of course, were the various novels and short story collections put out by TSR bask when it was still a going concern an d not just another sub division of a subsidiary of a giant conglomerate But the influence of the game extended far beyond into the fantasy...

  2. Seth Bonney says:

    ABSOLUTELY LOVE the characters you fall in love with the world and the struggle immediately Simple design of a fantasy world yet complex in the entanglements You become immersed with the progression of the story, chara...

  3. Makoto says:

    Epic The first book to a trilogy that immerses you in the world of three realms human, faerie, and demons These realms are separated by watersheds however, now there is a sinister plan afoot to crack the watershed and those begin the realm wars.I read this trilogy starting in the 90 s and it was so good I even brought the entire set My only lament is that the second and third book is not in ebook form yet This book has everything suspense, a regular joe smo hero you can like and many Epic The first book to a trilogy ...

  4. Austin Poulsen says:

    Better than expected, but it s justof the same old 90 s d and d fantasy Nothing really fresh or original.

  5. Stephen says:

    This was kind of a fun book, even though I expected it would be dumb as hell The story has the usual tropes of a local farm boy with a destiny, but then there s also a snow lion and demons and fairies and magical water, haha What it does poorly is battle scenes are rushed or boring and the ending is...

  6. Alex says:

    3.5I enjoyed the story but it is perhaps a little fantasy formulaic It s the first of a three part series so let s see where it goes from here 3.5 I enjoyed the story but it is perhaps a little fantasy formulaic It s the first of a three part series so let s see where it goes from here

  7. September says:

    Adventure, magic and a dash of romance fill A Breach in the Watershed from start to finish The Watershed divides the three regions of the world Faerine the region of magic and the water of Aura Dalethica the region of man and regular, non magical water and Duloth Trol the region of the evil Sleepstealer, his Lord Minions, and their life force of Darkblood If the Watershed were ever to be breached, disaster would ensue, a disaster that is the very plan of the Sleepstealer Rudy Adventure, magic and a dash of romance fill A Breach in the Watershed from start to finish The Watershed divides the three regions of the world Faerine the region of magic and the water of Aura Dalethica the region of man and regular, non magical water and Duloth Trol the region of the evil Sleepstealer, his Lord Minions, and their life force of Darkblood If the Watershed were ever to be breached, disaster would ensue, a disaster that is the very plan of the Sleepstealer Rudy Appenfell an Iceman from Dalethica is drawn into a whirlwind of destiny A tragedy occurs, leading him on a journey of revenge that will blossom into a grander meaning than he could possibly imagine Niles paints a lovely picture of his three realm world Faerine, Duloth Trol and Dalethica all contrast to such a degree that it brings out a unique quality to the Watershed world While we do not get a very good look at Faerine, there are plenty of hints to make you want to learnabout i...

  8. Emma Deplores heartforum.co.uk Censorship says:

    I read these books as a teen and was enthralled by the quick pacing and epic scale of the trilogy Since then, I ve realized that it s a Tolkien knockoff with manywomen and girls and without the all important quest to destroy an evil object, but otherwise a lot of similarities Still, these are fun books the main characters are likable and they re not all the same old stereotypes the hero s ...

  9. Susan Henn says:

    12 13 Douglas Niles is a great storyteller This first volume of his Watershed trilogy is full of adventure and all the elements of good fantasy prophecy, magic, jealousy, vengeance, a motley crew of unlikely characters who fight evil against overwhelming odds, and of course a bit of romance The author s the inspiration for this book came from his trip to the Alps Seeing the way the watershed separated in the Alps gave him the idea of a watershed that sent three types of water to very 12 13 Douglas Niles is a great storyteller This first volume of his Watershed trilogy is full of adventure and all the elements of good fant...

  10. Jonathan P. says:

    This was a very good book I have alway liked fantasy books and this book has done a great job creating a world I like all the different aspects the author has put in the book I also enjoy how the author added in the history at varying points so that you could get the context and better understand what is happening.The enviroment and characters that the author made were very, very good I also like the wonderful nonhuman creatures people that he includes in this book and the individual This was a very good book I have alway liked fantasy books and this book has done a great job creating a world I like all the different aspects the author has put in the book I also enjoy how the author added in the history at varying...

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