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Song of the Serpent Download Song Of The Serpent Hugh Matthews Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us To An Experienced Rogue Like Krunzle The Quick, The Merchant Nation Of Druma Is Full Of Treasures Just Waiting To Be Liberated Yet When The Fast Talking Scoundrel Gets Caught Stealing From One Of The Powerful Prophets Of Kalistrade, His Only Option Is To Undertake A Dangerous Mission To Recover The Merchant Lord S Runaway Daughter And The Magical Artifact She Took With Her Armed With An Arsenal Of Decidedly Unhelpful Magical Items And Chaperoned By An Intelligent Snake Necklace Happy To Choke Him Into Submission, Krunzle Must Venture Far From The Cities Of The Merchant Utopia And Into A Series Of Adventures That Will Make Him A Rich Man Or A Corpse.From Veteran Author Hugh Matthews Comes A Rollicking Tale Of Captive Trolls, Dwarven Revolutionaries, And Serpentine Magic, Set In The Award Winning World Of The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.


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10 thoughts on “Song of the Serpent

  1. says:

    To begin with, the story was rather mediocre, and it suffered from a number of common annoyances in pop fiction including one of my pet peeves, stories where the protagonist doesn t actually do anything, but rather has things happen to him all the time In this case, that particular peeve was especially blatant, where he is literally controlled by forces outside himself, specifically the magi...


  2. says:

    This book started out terribly I really wondered at first if I would be able to get through it or not Thankfully, somewhere halfway through the book, it started getting a little better and made it bearable to get through A lot of the initial s...


  3. says:

    My least favorite of the Pathfinder Tales books so far The author s style seemed awkward to me In the first part of the book, the main character seems to be along for the ride He has very little control over what he does Later in the book it gets a better, but he still...


  4. says:

    This is the 3rd Pathfinder tie in novel I read The first two being from Howard Andrew Jones who s books are highly recommended.This one was quite different in tone Where Jones adapted his normal style to aparty based, high magic adventure story, this one starts out as a Jack Vance pastiche, mostly of his Cugel books.Which makes sense, because Hugh Matthews is a pen name for Matthew Hughes, who has written a lot of science...


  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This was kind of a mess The main character is an unwilling participant and is forced to be passive in deference to his cool magic snake neckband aside from a few moments The secondary characters are all fairly one note though it was admittedly cool to have a Troll as a supporting character The thing that is purportedly the mystery Dude runs off with damsel isn t very interesting and we as readers don t really find out any interesting things about what is actually the mystery A Not Illi This was kind of a mess The main character is an unwilling participant and is forced to be passive in deference to his cool magic snake neckband aside from a few moments The secondary characters are all fairly one note though it was admittedly cool to have a Troll as a supporting character The thing that is purportedly the mystery Dude runs off with damsel isn t very interesting and we as readers don t really find out any interesting things about what is actually the mystery A Not Illithid is in stasis in a spaceship in a volcano and he is kept in check by a weird snake guy who pops up every thousand years or so The setting feels strange compared to previ...


  6. says:

    In familiarizing myself with the Pathfinder world, I m noticing a similarity in the books I ve read That similarity being each part of the world fits a different genre or time period of fantasy One book was old Romania with vampires and werewolves Another book was late 18th Century France before Napoleon with constant beheadings This one was the closest to stereotypical fantasy thus far It still lacked because it focus...


  7. says:

    The first of the Pathfinder novels I couldn t even force myself to finish The main character is cardboard, he is literally dragged around for the first third of the book against his will, and he only lives that long because of the encha...


  8. says:

    Real fun read My first introduction to the Pathfinder world.


  9. says:

    In 1966 Jack Vance publishes The Eyes of the Overworld , which details the picaresque adventures of Cugel the Clever, a not particularly clever thief who attempts to steal from a wizard, gets caught, and is coerced by the insertion of an alien creature into his torso into going on a long and grueling book length errand A bit less than a decade later, the creators of Dungeons Dragons borrow heavily from Vance s work, incorporating ideas such as spells which vanish from the memory after be In 1966 Jack Vance publishes The Eyes of the Overworld , which details the picaresque adventures of Cugel the Clever, a not particularly clever thief who attempts to steal from a wizard, gets caught, and is coerced by the insertion of an alien creature into his torso into going on a long and grueling book length errand A bit less than...


  10. says:

    This book is a wonderful tribute to Jack Vance I see a lot of negativity directed towards this book, much of which seems to be due to the fact that the reviewer doesn t actually know that this book is intended as a tribute, and is instead confused by how different it is than a normal Pathfinder book.That be...


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