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Publisher's Summary

On a mysterious errand for the Pathfinder Society, Count Varian Jeggare and his hellspawn bodyguard, Radovan, journey to the distant land of Tian Xia, on the far side of the world. When disaster forces him to take shelter in a warrior monastery, "Brother" Jeggare finds himself competing with the disciples of Dragon Temple as he unravels a royal mystery. Meanwhile Radovan - trapped in the body of a devil and held hostage by the legendary Quivering Palm attack - must serve a twisted master by defeating the land's deadliest champions and learning the secret of slaying an immortal foe. Together with an unlikely army of beasts and spirits, the two companions must take the lead in an ancient conflict that will carry them through an exotic land, all the way to the Gates of Heaven and Hell and a final confrontation with the nefarious Master of Devils!

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Not as enjoyable as Prince of Wolves

I'm not sure if it was the Asian setting and wuxia style fight scenes or the submissive roles of the main characters through out the novel, but I had a difficult time maintaining interest.

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Wow! what a tale!

I loved these characters when they were first introduced in The Prince of Wolves, and this story had multiple branching plots that tied together neatly and in interesting ways!

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Character jumps.

Jumped between the character's stories a bit, but was interesting how they made it work.

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Edge of my seat

I have long commute so listen time is not a prob especially with the Pathfinder stories amazing!!!

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Enjoyable ride

It was a fun ride, and listening to Arnesant's occasional pov was refreshing and interesting.

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Awesome

Seems to only make the original story better. I did not know how much I needed Armasan in my life. Great book, Glad to see some Tian Xia.

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kung fu at its finest

this was such a great story. they really flesh out the characters and their growth as well as their gradual progression through getting stronger. the three converging plots in this book work together nicely and i do love how it all unfolds.

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slow to start but fun overall.

voices were occasionally difficult to distinguish, but still a very fun read in my opinion.

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Big trouble in little Tian Xi

Varian and Radovan go to Pathfinder Asialand in their second adventure that sees the pair separated and forced to learn martial arts under very different and opposing circumstances. Paul Boehmer brings the two to life, as usual. I've heard him do the original Dragonlance trilogy, expertly giving voice to Raistlin and Caramon Majere, but it's Varian and Radovan that I'll remember him for.

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This book is very good.

I loved this book. It is part of a series in the Pathfinder adventures. I am really enjoying
following these character's stories.