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A partnership formed. A friendship grew. Both are tested. Neither may endure.

Andrasta and Rondel have spent months in the city of Zafar, obtaining knowledge they will need to steal the famous Jewel of Bashan. Something goes wrong when pilfering an artifact crucial to their goal, bringing the wrath of the local authorities against them.

A beautiful woman helps them escape Zafar in exchange for their help recovering a family heirloom.

The seemingly simple job turns complicated as they learn the heirloom is in the possession of the feared Hubul's Host, a band of warriors devoted to the Erban father of the gods.

Andrasta and Rondel face powerful creatures and unforgiving landscapes, none worse than the City of Pillars, a place once thought lost to time.

The City of Pillars is the second standalone novel in the Epic of Andrasta and Rondel.

©2014 Joshua P. Simon (P)2015 Joshua P. Simon

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  • Jan
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  • 04-28-15

Nice continuation; a few draggy spots

Further development of main characters and good personification of new ones. Generally maintains interest well, but something is missing in the subplot relating to Shadya. action and adventure nicely done.
Jeffrey Kafer does a solid voice interpretation of the multiple characters and the narrative. Definitely an audio performer worth recommending.
This book was given with the expectation of an honest review.