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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

The Book of Taltos by Steven Brust





Vlad Taltos, witch/sorcerer, assassin, gangster and statesmen is back. “The Book of Taltos”, contains two complete novels, “Taltos and Phoenix”. Vlad has some god fearing experiences and love life setbacks in these stories. The irreverent approach to life epitomizes this loveable villain. Once again, I highly recommend this book in the continuing saga of Vlad Taltos. Look for my blog on “The Book of Jhereg” for more details. Whatever else you read, get this series.

Body of work of Steven Brust


Link to a review on “The Book of Taltos”. http://www.sfsite.com/03b/bt124.htm

1 comment:

Book Calendar said...

I rather like the idea of a small dragon companion. Alan Dean Foster also does something similar with his Pip and Flinx series but for younger readers.