The novel itself isn't that good, despite the claims on the back. D&D players magically transported to Greyhawk and go on a quest. I didn't find the plot, story or characters at all compelling. I understand a collaborative sequel was published posthumously. I'm not looking to read it.
I've tried reading other D&D stories, Salvatore and Greenwood's efforts come to mind, but in the end they're one shots not worth another look.
Norton did play D&D with EGG before she wrote the story; and since it predates publishing of The World of Greyhawk Gazeteer, she either had access to his notes or did an extensive interview on the campaign background.
Still here's the cover and the front piece from my old paperback.
|Cover by Jack Gaughan|
|Front piece unattributed artist|