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Revision as of 02:19, 12 August 2011

Note: This novel was never published. The article is retained for historical reasons and represents the information, that was available prior to the books supposed release.

Template:Novel The Curse of the Chain Veil: A Planeswalker Novel is the third book in the "A Planeswalker Novel" series. It is written by John Vornholt and will be published in February 2010.

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“  ...And you will know her by the trail of undead.

Liliana has been running from her past for too long. But the ancient and powerful Chain Veil seems to be the answer to all her problems. It will give her the power to get free from the demonic pact that drives her, even if it means killing every demon in the Multiverse.

As Liliana's enemies pile up, so do the complications. That cursed, barbarian planeswalker Garruk Wildspeaker, has tagged her as his numinous quarry. The power of the Veil has drawn the unsavory attention of the Dragon Nicol Bolas. And her old friend Jace Beleren is drawn into the middle. But as the Veil takes hold of her, it's hard to tell if those voices in her head are her own, or the eldritch spirits of the Veil.

Now it's a race to see who can get to Liliana first. For Jace, a friend in need might be a friend best avoided, but when the stakes are this high, friendship may be the only thing he has left.

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