The Middle of Nowhere

The Middle of Nowhere
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Series: Crossroads, Book 5
Genre: Novels
Tag: Fifth Age Era
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast (TSR)
Publication Year: July 2003
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Length: 320
Narrator: Dina Pearlman
ASIN: 0786930616
ISBN: 0786930616

From Wizards: The latest title in the world-spanning Crossroads series. Popular Dragonlance author Paul B. Thompson pens the latest novel that explores an area of the setting that has previously been mentioned but not previously described in detail to readers.

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From Wizards: The latest title in the world-spanning Crossroads series. Popular Dragonlance author Paul B. Thompson pens the latest novel that explores an area of the setting that has previously been mentioned but not previously described in detail to readers.

Additional Information

Catalog #: 961900000
Print Edition: 1st
Timeline: 422 AC (39 SC)

About the Author
Paul B. Thompson

Paul B. Thompson is the author of eleven books, including many Dragonlance novels co-written with Tonya C. Cook. Their Barbarians trilogy includes Children of the Plains, Brother of the Dragon, and Sister of the Sword. When asked to name his favorite among his own novels, he always says "the newest one." He believes fiction writing is a progressive craft, and tries to improve his technique with each new work. His early ambition was to write historical novels, but finding no market for them in the late '80s, he turned his hand to fantasy and science fiction. His favorite writers in the genre include Alfred Bester, Cordwainer Smith, and L. Sprague de Camp. Paul lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, with his wife Elizabeth and a ponderous collection of books, video tapes, and an aging PC.

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