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Sand, Sea and Stone
Brent Thomas
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Sand, Sea and Stone (Deadly Troubadours, #2)

it was amazing 5.00  ·  Rating details ·  4 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Once again the Deadly Troubadours find themselves in the center of of trouble, only this time it isn't of their own making!

The city of Tryst is on the road to recovery after the dragon incident, but wounds are still fresh. The arrival of the Duchess of Outer Malfinza sets the stage for action and intrigue where the Troubadours find themselves among the targets. As the stor
Published November 2017
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Brent Thomas
Oct 02, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
You might notice I wrote this book. And that I gave it five stars. It’s true.

But I also think this is a fun read that offers some good intrigue and action while building the world of the Deadly Troubadours.
Jessica Haydon
Sep 23, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Brent asked for some preview readers towards the end of July, and I was happy to have a chance to read this book in advance of it's publishing.

I read the Deadly Troubadours when Brent put out the print copy (if you haven't read it I recommend you go check it out!) and I was so excited to go adventuring with the characters again. Sand, Sea and Stone picks up very nicely from Deadly Troubadours; there's enough of a gap that it's clear that some time has passed, but also not too much time. Their n
Shannon (That's So Poe)
Dec 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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Wow! I loved this sequel to Deadly Troubadours! It took the unique world and characters introduced in the first novel and showed a progression not only of their story, but of their development as people. I really enjoyed how the lightheartedness of the story gained some deeper and darker undertones that paralleled the detailing of the characters' pasts as they matured and faced emotional challenges and growth. The action, adventure, and magic that make this book such a page-turner were balanced ...more
Adam Wing
Oct 01, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I was lucky enough to be given the opportunity to read this before publication. Twice! Here's what I thought:

Sand, Sea and Stone is the perfect follow up to Brent Thomas’ Deadly Troubadours. Where the first book delivers explosive adventure introducing us to the series’ bizarre (out)cast of characters, the new novel explores these characters and the world they live in, offering thrills, surprises, humour, and above all fun, in the process. I quickly found myself swept up in the adventure and was
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