Transitions (novel Series) - The Orc King

The Orc King

The Cover of The Orc King
Author(s) R. A. Salvatore
Cover artist Todd Lockwood
Country U.S.
Language English
Series Transitions
Genre(s) Fantasy novel
Publisher Wizards of the Coast
Publication date September 25, 2007
Media type Print (Hardback)
Pages 346
ISBN 0-7869-4340-8
Preceded by The Two Swords
Followed by The Pirate King

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Transitions (novel Series) - The Orc King - Plot Summary
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