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Hope for the Lost (with autograph) by R. Dennis Baird

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Attention all True Dungeon Super Fans, this 2008 autographed book is a must have for your collection! 



These are the only known copies available for purchase. See photo for the actual autograph by the author, R. Dennis Baird. He's better known to True Dungeon fans as the infamous Bard Widseth. Once these copies are gone, that's it, they're all gone!

Synopsis:
At Gen Con in 2008, the True Dungeon adventure was called Hope for the Lost. And for the first time ever, TD published a book called "Hope for the Lost" by R. Dennis Baird. The book was a recap of what had taken place over the previous two years in the TD story arc.

Besides being very well written, and really fun to read, one of the greatest things about this book is that it features numerous characters based on real life True Dungeon players and volunteers. The adventures and antics they get into are hilariously entertaining. I highly recommend this book!


Author Biography:

Although born in 1949 in Salt Lake City, Utah, R. Dennis Baird grew up as a military brat. He lived in Georgia, Alabama, Texas, Germany, Washington DC, Ohio, Utah, Washington state, and Oregon. He graduated from Crossland High School in Maryland, attended Denison University in Granville, Ohio, and graduated from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah with a BA in English.

As a youngster in Europe nothing delighted him more than crawling around the ruins of castles on the Rhine river or exploring Roman ruins in Germany, Italy, or Spain. This love of ancient societies gave rise to his love of language and culture. He has studied the Spanish, German, and Russian languages as well as English literature. He has enjoyed time in Mayan ruins in Yucatan, and has studied ancient civilizations and the lessons they have taught us.

He spent years as a Boy Scout and working with Scouts as a leader. He has fond memories of canoe trips, campouts, horse treks, and hikes. He loved spinning yarns around campfires and has combined his storytelling with a multilayered world reflective of great civilizations.

He met his wife Dani in college, and they are the parents of six children and twenty-six grandchildren. They make their home in Oregon.

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Publication Date:
2008

Book Size:
5.5" x 8.5"

Pages:
91

 

 

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