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Chronicles of Riss - Adventures in Sorcery #2 - cover

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Chronicles of Riss - Adventures in Sorcery #2

Jeanne Owens

Publisher: Jeanne Owens

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Summary

Confronting evil sorcerers. Fighting monsters. Dueling metal golems. Searching for a sea monster. Hunting lost treasure. Finding a missing show dog. Competing in talent contests. Helping lost children. These are just some of the widely varied exploits that the young mercenary sorceress Marissa "Riss" Cobalt shares in this second Adventures in Sorcery book. Riss reveals how she ended up as a mercenary and chronicles some of the many adventures, ranging from fun to serious, that she's had prior to the events of Kismet and Tell. 
Approx. 275 pages.
Available since: 02/26/2015.

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