The Book of Taltos

The Book of Taltos

Book - 2002
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Featuring assassin Vlad Talot and his dragon companion, Vlad pursues a thieving Dragaeran employee to the lair of Sethra Lavode, and in "Phoenix," Vlad must repay a debt to the Demon-Goddess with his professional services as an assassin.
Publisher: New York :, Ace Books,, 2002.
Edition: Ace trade paperback edition.
ISBN: 9780441008940
Branch Call Number: FIC BRUS
Characteristics: 389 pages ; 23 cm.


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Jun 02, 2011

This series has become one of my favorites. there is alot of god dry humour mixed with realistic trust issues and dangers typical and atypical of Male main characters that do try to be - well to be, and let's leave it at that. Vlad is not too much of an asshole to like. Although he can /does/hates misunderstand/fuck up constantly with the people he loves/works with/gets paid to kill/passes by in the street. his only true companion is a Jhereg that he raised from an egg..
Type of book you cannot help but guffaw at in public, regardless of whether you snicker, bark or giggle, you'll do it with this book.


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