Tiassa (Vlad Taltos Series #13)

Tiassa (Vlad Taltos Series #13)

by Steven Brust
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Tiassa 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 49 reviews.
AlexF More than 1 year ago
Unfortunately to me this is the weakest book in the whole Vlad series:( The whole book felt like several short stories poorly tied together - practically no connection to the story line in Iorich which I guess is what I really hoped for.... Overall its worth reading as a part of an excellent series as it does add small touches to the overall story but I could not recommend it on its own strengths...
bennettm More than 1 year ago
Great addition to the series. Loved the different approach, excellent story telling.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read Steven Brust avidly, In the dozen or so books in the Vlad series plus the Khaavren Romances; The Phoenix Guards, Five Hundred Years After, The Paths of the Dead, The Lord of Castle Black and Sethra Lavode. I have rarely missed picking one up within days of publishing. This is the first time I truly wish I could get my money back. This story seems to be a a loose collection of short stories, loosely related. The final section leaves you scratching your head, completely unsatisfied as you feel like it ended in the middle of the story. Shame on you, Mr. Brust, and shame on your publisher for putting such a poor example of your wonderful skills on the shelves.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is essentially a series of short stories that involve one object. This novel also reveals some mysteries that have been swirling about the series for some time. Take your time and re-read the entire series before reading this book and this novel be much more enjoyable. That includes the side stories set in this universe.
Launcelot More than 1 year ago
As the taltos series has matured, and now that vlad is effectively immortal if he plays it fairly safe, it has been a lovely read across all the books. I have been a huge fan of Brust since the first thing I read, and so far he has never failed to entertain.
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taijiman More than 1 year ago
This is another of Brust's intriguing, non-linear series and belongs with the rest. Don S.
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