The Night Parade

The Night Parade Each novel in The Harpers series is a complete story in itself telling some of the most unusual and compelling tales in the Forgotten Realms The Harpers a semi secret organization for Good are enlist

  • Title: The Night Parade
  • Author: Scott Ciencin
  • ISBN: 9781560763239
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Night Parade

    Each novel in The Harpers series is a complete story in itself, telling some of the most unusual and compelling tales in the Forgotten Realms The Harpers a semi secret organization for Good are enlisted by the seductive ruler of Arabel to battle the Night Parade, a shadowy group who gain sustenance from human misery.

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    1. P. Aaron Potter

      I am a cheap date.I consume an awful lot of cheap fantasy, sci fi, and horror. An author doesn't have to shake my world, bring me flowers, or pay for dinner. I'll take their books to my bed for the price of a mildly engaging plot, a cardboard villain, some stock heroics, and when I reach the unsurprising climax, I'll say "thank you." Literarily, I have round heels.I'm not saying I have no standards, but my standards are appropriate to the context. If you're trying to write high literary fiction, [...]

    2. Ned Leffingwell

      I picked this up because our current D&D campaign features the Harpers and I was curious about the organization. This book is the most mature D&D novel that I have read in terms of sex and violence. I enjoyed the story. It is a quick read and has plenty of action. My favorite part of the book is the monsters. Rather than having normal D&D fair such as orcs or hobgblins, the monsters are like something out of a Clive Barker novel. In fact, this is a well done horror/D&D crossover. [...]

    3. Sunknight

      Save yourself some time and skip this one. A convoluted story with cardboard writing. If you think it's boring listening to someone tell you about their dream, then you certainly don't want to read twenty three chapters of descriptions of dreams and nightmares that are supposed to make this a story. Spoiler here, you never find out where the monstrasities come from. I only finished this book because I'm trying to read the Harpers series. This is not entertaining and I could care less what happen [...]

    4. Matt

      ***A starred rating has been purposefully avoided.***I'm a stubborn and dedicated reader. I've only put down one otherbook that I refuse to finish. In both cases the books are about characters I care absolutely nothing about. And worst of all, they are boring.I tried hard to get into this one. I'm usually a fan of Forgotten Realms books. And I always know going in that the writing is going to be so-so, the character development will most likely be forced, and the love story will feel as authenti [...]

    5. Jesse

      Well, it was not what I expected, but none the less good. I've read other forgotten realms books by this author writen under a pseudonym. This one was much better, though swamped with cliches and overdone wordage I still really liked the ideas in this story. It was very Clive Barker-ish, dark and creepy and full of the stuff of nightmars. If your a fan of the realms, deffinitely worth reading.

    6. Jeff

      As far as the first 4 Harpers books are concerned, I think I enjoyed this book almost as much as Elfshadow. The Plot was gripping and I could feel for Myrmeen and her quest to find her lost daughter. Some parts were jumbled a bit, but overall an engrossing read.

    7. Heather

      I really enjoyed it, aside from the woman that turned into a spider. Looking forward to reading more about the Harpers.

    8. Todd R

      50 pages in was all I could take. Ciencin is usually mediocre, but this was unbearable. As I'm trying to read the entire Harpers series, hopefully the next few will be better.

    9. Kagan Oztarakci

      "It's just that I had all these ideas about what it would be like to have a child. I thought it would solve all my problems, but I was wrong. Everything's more complicated."

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