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Tooth and Claw (Frank Frazetta's Death Dealer #3)

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Across deserts wrested from the savage Kitzaak Empire, into the deadly, steaming jungles of the Daangall, to the mysterious plateau of the Bayaabar, the land beyond dreams, goes Gath of Baal, the Death Dealer, in search of the legendary Noon, beautiful Queen of Cats.
Paperback, 342 pages
Published November 15th 1989 by Tor Books
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Kyra Dune
Dec 06, 2012 Kyra Dune rated it liked it
In this third book in the Death Dealer Series, Gath of Baal journeys to the mysterious jungles of the Daangall with a slaver bent on capturing the cat queen Noon.

I continue to enjoy this series. Gath shows more of his gentler side this time around but he's still an unstoppable killing machine with or without the help of the Death Lord's helmet. I really liked Gazul as the bad guy and Bilbarr, the young boy who can talk to animals. I don't like Fleka so much, but maybe I just miss the more compl
Nov 20, 2016 Errrrrrick rated it liked it
More vintage 1980s fantasy cheese. If you like that sort of thing, add all the stars. If you don't like it, subtract all the stars. Personally, I think this is a fun book. Don't take it too seriously, and enjoy lines like:

"'By Zard it was something to watch, it was. You scared the Zatt out of them!'
As Zard was the god of blood and Zatt the god of urine, the words were designed as a compliment, but the Barbarian’s only reaction was a brutish grunt."

and you'll enjoy a good junk food book meal (mor
Mario Leblanc
Dec 22, 2012 Mario Leblanc rated it it was amazing
After I finished this tome and started the last one, I kept discovering a very well created world preceding our history as we know it...a set of plots that makes you want to read the next page in a hurry just to see what happens next. James Silke really made the fury of the first book flow through all the following ones, and we start to like more and more the characters as the stories are developing; he makes you discover a different side of the personality of all his characters in each story, ...more
Mar 10, 2014 Đenis rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Najprv sa mi knižka zdala len ďalšou kópiou predošlých dvoj dielov. Barbar nájde cieľ, prijme do party pár ľudí a vyrazí na výpravu. Uprostred knihy ale nastala pekná zmena a zápletka. Prekvapivo sa dostávame aj k tomu, že Gath nie je len bezduché vraždiace monštrum. Záver knižky znova brutálny a efektný. V hlavnej úlohe sa mi v hlave stále mihal Arnold, akurát nie s obojručným mečom ale sekerkou. Teraz som zvedavý na 4.diel, či dokáže prekvapiť, alebo zapadne do stereotypu.
Jul 28, 2010 Charles rated it really liked it
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This was third in a series of books based on Frank Frazetta's painting of Death Dealer. There are 4 in the series and all have covers featuring the Death Dealer character.

I had very high hopes for these and they didn't quite live up to what I hoped for, but that's not the author's fault. They were in general pretty good, with an interesting character and a lot of bloody good fighting.
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