The Bloody Eye




      The Bloody Eye
In a new fantasy adventure based on the popular role playing game, a corrupt cleric searches for the Eye of Gruumsh, a dangerous relic sacred to the evil god of the orcs, while a scullery maid, a paladin, a priest of the god Pelor, and a half orc barbarian risk everything to stop him Original. New Download The Bloody Eye By T.H. Lain For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

T.H Lain was a collective pseudonym used by nine separate authors writing under Wizards of the Coast s Dungeons Dragons novels imprint.According to Peter Archer, WotC s Director of Publishing, the decision to credit the Dungeons Dragons novels to just one author was made to ensure they would be shelved together, as well as to spark a certain measure of curiosity and speculation as to T.H Lain s identity However, it was already obvious to many from the stylistic differences between volumes that Lain s output was the work of many authors rather than one In December 2003, WotC formally announced the nine authors whose work was published under the T.H Lain name.

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      The Bloody Eye
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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • The Bloody Eye
  • T.H. Lain
  • English
  • 06 October 2019
  • 0786929170

10 thoughts on “ The Bloody Eye

  1. Johnny says:

    This should really be listed with the books I ve written I was the fifth T.H Lain in succession I suppose that makes me T H Lain V I was excited to write this novel, but I had several disappointments with it First, the first four novels in the series were advertised heavily This one wasn t advertised at all Second, by writing under a house name, you don t get any credit Third, because we were trying to write these in parallel, without having continuity meetings, I ended up having to This should really be listed with the books I ve written I was the fifth T.H Lain in succession I suppose that makes me T H Lain V I was excited to write this novel, but I had several disappointments with it First, the first four novels in the series were advertised heavily This one wasn t advertised at all Second, by writing under a house name, you don t get any credit Third, because we were trying to write these in parallel, without having continuity meetings, I ended up having to rewrite all of the dialogue in my book for the half orc character Krusk because another...

  2. Aaron says:

    As someone else has mentioned, this book is an excellent story to turn your brain off and just enjoy It is short and fulfilling, and you won t walk away from it disappointed if you re looking for a standard action fantasy story In that regard, it excels quite a bit, actually There s a scene in the beginning, where one of the protagonists fights a demon possessed boar that actually hooked me from the very beginning.This book certainly had enough descriptions of skulls caving in, blood As someone else has mentioned, this book is an excellent story to turn your brain off and just enjoy It is short and fulfilling, and you won t walk away from it disappointed if you re looking for a standard action fantasy story In that regard, it excels quite a bit, actually There s a scene in the beginning, where one of the protagonists fights a demon possessed boar that actually hooked me from the very beginning.This book certainly had enough descriptions of skulls caving in, blood spewing forth, and entrails falling out to keep me entertained On top of that, it is set in the world of Dungeons Dragons Specifically in Greyhawk, I believe, and it follows the lore and mechanics of the setting very well The paladin is described detecting evil and an orc is described as wielding an urgrosh As a long time fan of the tabletop tradition, it felt good to know that it didn t just have the DD label on it, but that it was was a legitimate tellin...

  3. T.P. Grish says:

    The Bloody Eye by T.H Lain is a breezy, well written book with an entertaining hook that is a perfect excuse for the battle filled epic good versus evil campaign that we are presented with It is like an old school DD module brought to life The characters, motivations and plot are not overly co...

  4. Ben says:

    Basically just a dnd campaign that was written down A fun thing to turn off your brain and read.

  5. David says:

    Fun read interesting characters both good and bad would have liked to seein this series following these characters.

  6. Cleko says:

    Awesome fast read Not a lot of world development which was ok see as the world stage of DD has already been set Combat and character development was great also, makes you want to keep reading Relatively fast paced, which made it a great in between book for me At times I felt as thou...

  7. Nathan Burgoine says:

    T.H Lain has been crafting a series out of the iconic character written for the 3rd Edition release of Dungeons and Dragons, and Lain s latest, The Bloody Eye, is a bitgruesome than the previous offerings Featuring Alhandra the paladin , Jozan the cleric , Krusk the barbarian and a scullery maid this one involves the plot of Jozan s former teacher to release an avatar of Gruumsh think big bad evi...

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