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Read the first few pages of the Elder Scrolls novel


11:00 AM on 11.01.2009
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Publisher Random House has teased book fans with an excerpt from the upcoming Elder Scrolls novel, The Infernal City. If you're undecided on the book, written by Greg Keyes, then perhaps the opening scene will entice you or put you off. Either way, it's there for the reading, so go right ahead.

As a budding fantasy nut and a fan of Oblivion, I think I'll definitely be picking it up. In fact, I'm really tempted to start playing Oblivion again to jog my memory of the game world, even if I do have a tendency to ruin every character build I try and make. In any case, the book is looking somewhat promising, although it's hard to see how much of a yarn it will spin from just a few pages.

The Infernal City will be available later this month on November 24.






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