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Upland Outlaws (A Handful of Men #2)

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The power-mad dwarf-sorcerer Zinixo had driven Emshandar V from his throne. He had shattered the ancient Protocol that kept tenuous peace among Pandemia's warlocks. And his conquest had only begun.

Somehow the deposed Imperor had escaped his clutches -- so far -- but Shandie would soon be found. Then the Impire would be Zinixo's alone. Outlying countries would fall beneath...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published June 20th 1995 by SOS Free Stock (first published 1992)
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Sbuchler
Jul 22, 2008 Sbuchler rated it 4 of 5 stars
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This is the second book in the _A Handful of Men_ series, it continues where the last one left off (actually it continues slightly before that - re-telling the last scene of the first book from a different perspective; slightly repetitive, but interesting :-) ). Surprisingly, given the structure of the prequel series, this book (like _The Cutting Edge_ before it) is still mostly set-up. Stuff starts happening, but not at nearly the rate I was expecting.
Sean Randall
The pieces are falling into place and yet I can't see precisely where everything will end up. Every mid-series book by this man is damn good indeed, though; and this is no exception. halfway there!
Stephen Graham
As expected with the second book, things keep getting worse for all concerned. Moves along nicely.
Fredrick Nicholson
Liking this follow up to the first series much better.
Steve Markham
Another fantastic read from the master!
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This is an awesome series!!!
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