Publish date: 2003
Pages no: 276
Edition language: Deutsch
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
, Epic Fantasy
, High Fantasy
, Heroic Fantasy
, Sword And Sorcery
Series: Vlad Taltos -5 omnibus (#3)
This review assumes you read the first two books in the series. Teckla and Phoenix are book three and five respectively. I'm reviewing them both as they are linked together (whereas book four is another jump to the past). The plot involves the Teckla (the lower class) plotting a revolution and t...
This picks up right after the first book Jhereg, I believe. After pulling off a successful assassination job, Vlad finds himself rolling in money, so he seeks to build his wife Cawti a castle...which sounds like a joke, but really isn't. Anyway, recall how the second book Yendi took a break to go ba...
I didn't like this one quite as much as the first two, but it was still a really good book. The humor was good, the action was good, the plot was good as ever. I have slight problems with it in that Vlad was great for about sixty-five percent of the book, and he annoyed me through the other thirty-f...
This book reads like a family counselor's diary. The main character's wife decided to become a revolutionary almost completely abandoning MC. All sorts of problems come up. A huge disappointment after the first two books, this one bored me to tears; it was bad enough for me to completely abandon fur...
Vlad's wife Cawti takes up with revolutionaries who want to overthrow the system and make things more "fair" for Easterners[humans]and Teckla, the grunt of the Draegons. Too much talking by the head revolutionary for my taste. Vlad should have just wasted him right in the beginning. Oh well.
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