Goblin Nation

Goblin Nation
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Series: Stonetellers, Book 3
Genre: Novels
Tag: War of Souls Era
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast (TSR)
Publication Year: October 2009
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Length: 320
Narrator: Paul Boehmer
ASIN: 0786951532
ISBN: 0786951532

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Goblin Nation concludes The Stonetellers trilogy, finding Direfang and his army of goblins and hobgoblins deep in the Qualinesti Forest. Although they are far from the Dark Knights' mining camp they escaped from, they are also far from safe. The forest is fraught with its own deadly dangers--with the entire world seemingly bent on keeping the goblins from founding their new homeland. But Direfang is resolute and will risk all their lives in a final bid for freedom.

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From Amazon.com: The climactic conclusion to the Stonetellers saga!

Goblin Nation concludes The Stonetellers trilogy, finding Direfang and his army of goblins and hobgoblins deep in the Qualinesti Forest. Although they are far from the Dark Knights’ mining camp they escaped from, they are also far from safe. The forest is fraught with its own deadly dangers–with the entire world seemingly bent on keeping the goblins from founding their new homeland. But Direfang is resolute and will risk all their lives in a final bid for freedom.

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Catalog #: 240847400
Print Edition: 1st
Timeline: 433 AC (50 SC)

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