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Taltos - Steven Brust
Taltos
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Lord Vlad Taltos returns in the prequel to Jhereg, Yendi and Teckla in a fantastic adventure in which readers learn what really happened when Vlad found himself walking the Paths of the Dead. Original.
Lord Vlad Taltos returns in the prequel to Jhereg, Yendi and Teckla in a fantastic adventure in which readers learn what really happened when Vlad found himself walking the Paths of the Dead. Original.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780441182008 (0441182003)
Publisher: Ace Books
Pages no: 181
Edition language: English
Series: Vlad Taltos -5 omnibus (#4)
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Wanda's Book Reviews
Wanda's Book Reviews rated it
3.5 Taltos / Steven Brust
Journey to the land of the dead. All expenses paid!Not my idea of an ideal vacation, but this was work. After all, even an assassin has to earn a living. The trouble is, everyone knows that a living human cannot walk the Paths of the Dead, and return, alive, to the land of men. But being an Easterne...
Fantasy Hardships
Fantasy Hardships rated it
4.0 REVIEW: Taltos (Vlad Taltos series) by Steven Brust
This review assumes you read the previous three books. The fourth book in the series, this time we jump far back in time to a moment where Vlad had yet to meet the people we, as the reader, have come to know. Several of the events that happen in this book have been hinted at in the previous ones...
Bry's Bountiful Book Blog
Bry's Bountiful Book Blog rated it
4.0
I enjoyed this book, although probably not as much as I enjoyed the three previous ones (in publication order). The plot was a little thin, but that may partly have been because we already know from the previous novels that Vlad walks the Paths Of The Dead and comes out alive. The rest of the (pre-P...
BreakRaven
BreakRaven rated it
This book was just wonderful. It was a great relief, because after reading Yendi I was kind of terrified that Vlad's character was heading into a slow decline that would continue throughout the series. I am so glad that wasn't the case. Vlad and Co. (and Loiosh, of course) came right back in this bo...
By Singing Light
By Singing Light rated it
4.0
The chronological beginning of the series. Explained some things. Other things made more sense having read later books. So, I’d say read this series in whatever order you like. [Sept. 2011]
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