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Death and Thraxas (Thraxas #3-4)
by Martin Scott
The city is Turai, where sorcerers and assassins-sometimes, it's hard to tell them apart-ply their wares, the rulers are corrupt, the politicians are worse, and the civic guards might try to solve a crime, except that they've really got better things to do. Overweight and somewhat uncouth, Thraxas may not look like a man of action, (and he'd rather pass on the action, than ...more
Paperback, 480 pages
Published August 31st 2004 by Baen Books
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A double whammy of a light read, with two books in one. These books are surprisingly sustainable though back to back readings of sequence novels, though they are all pretty similar, with lots of repetition. Lots of laugh out loud moments and absolutely no brainpower required.
Fun. I'd read the first Thraxas novel in German, but the translation was pitiful. I'm glad I gave him another chance in English. This is no must-read literature by any means, but it's quite entertaining. I liked the second story in the book much more than the first one.