Sometimes, things in the past are better left buried. But there's always going to be that ONE PERSON who ruins everything for the rest of the world. In this case, that person is Grigor Dolch, a witch who betrayed his former master only because he had bigger fish to fry.
If anything can be said about the Pathfinder tales, they are never boring.
This latest installment, REAPER'S EYE Eye by Richard A. Knaak, is another story of adventure and excitement. The Reaper's Eye is said to be powerful, but who will get to it first – Dolch, who wants to use it for power, or Shiera Tristane, a Pathfinder on the hunt for an ancient temple city where such a discovery will finally move her up in the ranks. Then there is Daryus Gaunt, a former crusader with his own problems – one of them being a captain of the Order of the Flaming Lance out for his blood.
This was certainly a fine mix of characters that kept me reading the story. Of course, Toy, the demonic weasel, fascinated me so much to keep reading as well. This story did not disappoint. It was filled with magic, mystery, adventure, excitement and, yes, even terror. Loved this book and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good fantasy story.
Daryus Gaunt used to be a crusader, before a questionable battlefield decision forced him to desert his unit. Pathfinder Shiera Tristane is an adventuring scholar obsessed with gaining the recognition she feels was stolen from her. When both are contacted by a sinister talking weasel and warned of a witch about to release a magical threat long trapped beneath an ancient temple, the two have no choice but to venture into the demon-haunted Worldwound in order to stop the disaster. Yet there’s more to the situation than either realizes, and neither fame nor redemption will matter unless they can first survive.
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