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The sixth novel in Joel Rosenberg's best selling GUARDIANS OF THE FLAME fantasy series features Walter Slovotsky as narrator, famous for his offbeat sense of humor, wisecracking and ironic -- sometimes cynical -- disposition. He is, of course, a warrior as well, and he leads his veteran allies on a mission to Ehvenor, a town where the strange and often dangerous world of the Faerie are leaking from their space into this world. Their encounters and battles along the way lead up to a final confrontation, with some unexpected results.

This series "boasts energy, wit and a strong moral sensibility." - Publisher's Weekly

Joel Rosenberg (1954-2011) grew up reading Robert A. Heinlein, L. Sprague de Camp, Gordon R. Dickson and Rafael Sabatini, and found himself becoming a writer pretty much as a natural outcome of such early influences.

He is best known as the author of the Guardians of the Flame fantasy series, although his other science fiction and fantasy -- particularly the Mordred’s Heirs series, published by Baen Books -- has been drawing him new fans.

Outside of science fiction and fantasy, he was known as a terrific amateur cook, a particularly good firearms instructor and remarkably bad bridge player. He lived in Minneapolis MN, with his wife Felicia Herman and two daughters, five cats, and the most useless dog ever born.

The Road to Ehvenor by Joel Rosenberg

    • Hardcover : 247 pages
    • Publisher : ROC/ Penguin; Book Club Edition (January 1, 1991)
    • Language: : English
    • ASIN : B0028GBDZ0