201380Wyverns spur moved along quite nicely compared to Azure Bonds, mostly because of the lead characters Giogi and Cat. I recognized them from the Cormyr saga, so I know how bad assed they get.  And it was interesting to see how they got there.

Giogi is the scion of the infamous Wyvernspurs, a noble family hat has served the crown of Cormyr for generations. Only now their prized artifact and namesake is missing. And with that disappearance the continuance of the entire family is threatened.

But the Wyvernspurs have more relatives than they realize as they begin crawling woodwork: Nameless the Bard who we met in Azure Bonds, his first creation, and two copies of Alais that everyone thought destroyed just to name a few.

And Miss Olive Ruskettle, now a theiving Harper halfling bard, makies a reappearance and finds herself in the middle of a family squabble generations old.

Dreams of blood, undead minions, shadowy guardians, lycanthropes, minions of a moon goddess, and death upon intrigue within mystery I think best sums up Wyvern’s Spur.

I wonder what the last one, Song of the Saurials has in store for us?

362170When the Harpers judged the Nameless Bard responsible for the death of his apprentices, they sentenced him to exile and obscurity. Now the Harpers are reconsidering their decision, but with the arrival of the monster Grypht, Nameless’s new trial dissolves in a string of disappearances and murder. It is up to the bard’s friends, Alias the swordswoman, Akabar the mage, Dragonbait the paladin, and Ruskettle the thief, to prove one enemy is behind all the chaos-the ancient evil god, Moander the Darkbringer.

Unless Alias and her companions can find Nameless and convince him to sacrifice some of his precious power, Moander will return to claim the Realms.