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Locked away in an ancient dungeon in a solitary fortress, the last remaining person that holds a memory of the once powerful kingdom of Euwold breathes slowly in his fetid prison. The magic that holds him prisoner is powerful but it can not control his mind. For three centuries he has searched without success for someone, anyone who can accept his thoughts and free him from his forced exile.

One lone night in the dead of winter with the Sorol Mountains blanketed beneath a new snow, the aging wizard's thoughts stumble across one such person. Within a storm's throw from the coast of the Ice Sea, Hafram unleashes his last, desperate hope. With his magics fading from age and abandonment, he knows this is his last chance of freeing the continent from the oppressive weight and destruction of the empire from Darthune.

The struggle begins again with the quest for the white staff, for the ultimate fate of the continent and of its kingdoms for the next five-thousand years.

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White Staff
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3.7 / 5
Great read
September 14th, 2015
Great read but I thought it finished very abruptly not really focusing on what happened to the main protagonist and no recommendations for a follow up book
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October 25th, 2014
The idea itself is not bad however it is neither new nor good. The writing is amateurish, unable to illustrate what was intended in most scenarios. Still better than a lot of crap out there.
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Great book
July 29th, 2014
The White Staff is an engrossing story about 3 friends it is a very engaging book. The story is well written you are able to follow the characters easily. I look forward to more from Robert Thomas.
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White Staff
May 5th, 2014
Don't know if the typos are intentional but there sure are a lot of them. Might just be poor transcription. Still the story is great. Keeps you interested till the end.
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