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An Elder Scrolls Novel
Four decades after the Oblivion crisis, Tamriel is threatened anew by an all-consuming evil: Umbriel, a floating city, casts a terrifying shadow for wherever it falls, people die and rise again.
I've read the first three chapters of the first book of the series, and so far it is very interesting and entertaining. I recommend it to anyone who is an elder scrolls fan.
[Didn't know whether to post this in books or games as it's based off games but it's a book series instead of games.]
Edited by Khyrie on 1/7/2013 2:10 PM PST
I read the first book and didn't care very much for it to be honest. I am a big Elder Scrolls fan but this didn't really do it for me.
However, the character of the Prince is actually an interesting character with an interesting plot device around him. I just found the entire plight of the girl to be completely boring. (Being vague on purpose to avoid spoilers etc) I have the second book, I just haven't read it yet since I still have Dust of Dreams and The Crippled God to read.
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