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carmen22
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Villian??

 I was wondering if anyone knows of any fantasy books where the Villian is the narrator wether he/she prevails or not?

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carmen22
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Well I guess this means there aren't any I just thought it would be a different and interesting read LOL!!
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Um ... well, there are those Disney's My Side of the Story picture book series (i.e. Snow White, as told from the perspective of the evil queen). Probably not what you are looking for, but all I could think of... Sorry!

 

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Penelope,

 

Thank you,

 

 That is pretty neat never seen those before, but no not exactly what I was looking for but I still might look into them I do have a little girl.

 

Thanks, Carmen

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There was one where Lord Soth from the Dragonlance series crossed over to where Strahd was ruling and went head to head with him. Hard to tell who the bigger villan was. I believe it was "Knight of the Black Rose". Fought to a draw if I remember right.

 

 

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Bradinator1 wrote:

There was one where Lord Soth from the Dragonlance series crossed over to where Strahd was ruling and went head to head with him. Hard to tell who the bigger villan was. I believe it was "Knight of the Black Rose". Fought to a draw if I remember right.

 

 

Brad


Yeah I was about to mention all the RAVENLOFT books are from the villian point of view.

 

"Knight of the Black Rose" one of the better ones.

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TiggerBear wrote:

Bradinator1 wrote:

There was one where Lord Soth from the Dragonlance series crossed over to where Strahd was ruling and went head to head with him. Hard to tell who the bigger villan was. I believe it was "Knight of the Black Rose". Fought to a draw if I remember right.

 

 

Brad


Yeah I was about to mention all the RAVENLOFT books are from the villian point of view.

 

"Knight of the Black Rose" one of the better ones.


 

Ravenloft!! That's it! Thanks, Tig! It's been bothering me since yesterday. I couldn't remember what that stotyline/series was called. Must be my "oldtimers" disease kicking in, lol!

 

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Just imminent danger, in the middle of it, me
Yes, Captain Hammers here, hair blowing in the breeze
And the day needs my saving expertise" - Captain Hammer (Nathan Fillion) from "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog