Fable: Edge of the World - Christie Golden

Fable: Edge of the World

By Christie Golden

  • Release Date: 2012-08-21
  • Genre: Epic
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 14 Ratings)

Description

The official prequel novel to the Xbox 360 videogame, Fable:™ The Journey
 
It’s been almost a decade since the events of Fable 3, when the Hero vanquished the threat across the sea and claimed his throne. As king he led Albion to an era of unprecedented peace and prosperity. But on the night of his wedding to his new queen, ominous word arrives: The darkness has returned.
 
Beyond a harrowing mountain pass, the exotic desert country Samarkand has been overrun by shadowy forces. Within the walls of its capital city, a mysterious usurper known only as the Empress has seized control. To protect his realm, the king must lead his most trusted allies into a strange land unknown to outsiders. As they forge ahead along Samarkand’s ancient Great Road, populated by undead terrors and fantastic creatures once believed to be the stuff of legend, the king is drawn ever closer to his greatest challenge yet.
 
But soon Albion is engulfed in a war of its own. As the darkness spreads, town by town, a treacherous force has infiltrated the queen’s circle. Now the fate of all that is good rests with a faint flicker of hope . . . that somewhere, somehow, heroes still do exist.
 
© 2012 Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Microsoft, Fable, Lionhead, the Lionhead logo, Xbox, and the Xbox logo are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies.

Reviews

  • Well done

    4
    By jfs98
    This book does a good job in coloring in the blank space between fable 3 and fable the journey but could have used a little bit more of the humor and quirkiness that the fable series in general has always had but if I had to recommend this book definitely a buy for any fan of the fable franchise P.S LONG LIVE ALBION !!!
  • Review

    3
    By Firstonehere
    This is a decent book. It is true to the fable series and it helps to read if you have played the game. Sadly in my option it's not worth the 9.99$ price point as It is a very short book.

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