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The Path of Stone by Jon C. Cook

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If you are a fan of True Dungeon, this book is for you! If you are a fantasy enthusiast, this book is for you! And if you're a fan of hearty heroic Dwarves, this book is for you!

Synopsis:
The "Path of Stone" is a novel set in the fantasy world of True Dungeon.

Smoak the Draco-Lich is defeated. The undead no longer fill the caverns and corridors of the Dwarven stronghold known as Icecrag Keep, but the Dwarves are mysteriously missing. A human diviner and his companions now seek to return them to their rightful place, but in order to do that, they must find out where the Dwarves have gone, and why.

Author Biography:
Jon C. Cook is a 41 year old Appalachian native who resides in the foothills of Southern Ohio. He is primarily an author of Science-Fiction and Fantasy, as well as an avid gamer. With "The Path of Stone," Jon presents a tribute to True Dungeon as well as his debut published work.

Publication Date:
July 25, 2013

Book Size:
5.5" x 8.5"

Pages:
224



It was difficult for me to find a printed copy of "The Path of Stone," but after finding one I loved it. It is an awesome novel, and I felt like I was experiencing a real life True Dungeon adventure. After reading it, I had to share it with other True Dungeon fans, so I contacted the author and now I sell it on my website for others to enjoy!
- Trent

Written from the point of view of two groups separated by time, this book was a fascinating look into the backstory of True Dungeon. In the story that takes place in the past, you meet Cogwind, a problematic gnome and Smoak, recently turned Dracolich, plus the Dwarven inhabitants of Icecrag Keep. In alternating chapters you meet a diviner and a party of ten heroes. They have arrived at Icecrag Keep and are attempting to figure out where all the Dwarves have gone.

This story definitely stands on its own, as a well written and interesting read. But for TD fans, it's a must-read.
- Jenny

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