Dzur (Vlad Taltos Series #10)

Dzur (Vlad Taltos Series #10)

by Steven Brust
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Dzur (Vlad Taltos Series #10) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
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Happy that i refound this series
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The-Bard More than 1 year ago
Definitely not for the young or faint of heart, Steven Brust does it again! Revealing once again the witty character of Vladamir Taltos and adding all new characters to enjoy. Including an assasin even more infamous than Vlad himself, the Left Hand of the Jhereg, and a new friend and eating partner, a Dzur. While adding new elements the old story is expounded upon with more detail and exciting new insights. Especially Vlad's shiny new weapon, and his ability to get into the worst trouble possible. Why a goddess is messing with his memeory, and the riddle of what his ex-wife seems to be hiding from him. I loved this book and the witty conversations between characters I hope you enjoy it as well.
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SoCalMom More than 1 year ago
This is once again a fabulous addition to the Vlad Taltos series. I rather enjoyed eating with Vlad at Valabar and Sons. I wonder if they'll open one up in LA. Brust certainly has a way of putting food to pen then pen to paper. But enough of that. Though Vlad has been on the run for years from the Right-Hand of the Jhereg, he finds that he must face them once again. His journey begins at Valabar's, Vlads favorite restaurant. Sethra Lavode is concerned about Vlad's safety so she sends a Dzurlord to watch over him. Here is where we also finaly get to meet Mario Greymist, the most feared assassin in the Jhereg, who agrees to help him. Cawti, his wife, or rather ex-wife, is in desperate trouble and reluctantly agrees to accept Vlads help. The Left-Hand of the Jhereg, a cabal of sorceress women, has deviously taken over South Adrilanka and upsetting the lives of the Easterners. The only way to stop the sorceress Left-Hand, he must confront the corrupt Right-Hand.
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Dzur was a great book. Vlad has just been teleported onto the doorstep of Valabar's, the infamous restaurant, when a visitor appears. It seems that Sethra Lavode has asked him to watch over Vlad, and so the novel progresses. This book was a great read in the way that it keeps the reader going, and I for one was very reluctant to even pause for food. The Lord Taltos has been keen on protecting Cawti, his ex-wife, and this time she is really in a knot. He struggles to win over the support of the Left Hand of the Jhereg, and it is surprisingly more than he bargained for. Unlike most of the other books in this series, Vlad uses more time in actually planning out his scheme (as in pages), rather than in performing it.