250px-Under_Fallen_StarsOk, not really, but that’s really all this book is missing.

The adventure continues on land and under the sea in Under Fallen Stars and things are getting interesting.

So in Rising Tide we found out early on that Jhared has this voice that speak to him and intervenes at times to save his life (of course), and now the malenti (half sea elf) priestess serving the creature that walked with gods and entombed for millenia is hearing a voice too.

but who or what these voices belong to is the nagging question that I am dying to have answered.

I have to admit I was getting pretty fed up with Jhared being all emo.  He pretty much did nothing but whine the whole book through about his curse and how he doesn’t deserve love and friendship and blah blah blah.  This whining was only broken by bouts of fighting and raging against the voice in his head, yelling at it to help him or whining that it was being unfair.  I just really wanted to slap him so much…

Anyways, joined by the lady mage, a paladain, and a pirate crew, our hero travels the seas, chasing the mythic creature called the Taker, hoping to stop him before all is lost.

Hmm.  I wonder if he was successful.  Only way to find out is to check out the last in the trilogy, Sea Devil’s Eye.

250px-The_Sea_Devil's_EyeIakhovas has been the cause of more destruction than any force since the Time of Troubles, and his true objective has been a mystery…until now.

When a young sailor’s journey is complete, and an aging bard‘s final song is sung, an explosive climax sets all of Faerûn reeling.