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Michael Williams begins this series, appropriately,
with a prophecy for the last days in "Six Songs for the
Temple of Istar."
"Colors of Belief," by Richard A. Knaak, tells the story
of a young knight who travels to Istar in search of the truth.
He finds it, though not quite in the way he expected.
A crusty old trainer of young knights must cope with a
most unorthodox recruit in "Kender Stew," by Nick
"The Goblin's Wish," by Roger E. Moore, is a tale of a
disparate band of refugees, driven together by need, who
almost find the power to overcome evil. Almost.
"The Three Lives of Horgan Oxthrall," by Douglas
Niles, continues the theme of unlikely allies, forced to band
together in the face of a common enemy, as told by a clerk
Nancy Varian Berberick writes about alliances of a
more intriguing nature in "Filling the Empty Places."
Dan Parkinson tells how the small and seemingly
insignificant can end up playing an important role in
history in "Off Day."
Our novella, "The Silken Threads," reveals the fate of
the true clerics and tells how Nuitari, the guardian of evil
magic, attempts to thwart the ambitions of the black-robed
wizard known as Fistandantilus