Yendi

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Ace Fantasy Books, Jul 1, 1984 - Fiction - 209 pages
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The territory war/plotline was interesting. - Goodreads
Vlad gets caught in a Yendi political plot. - Goodreads
It never clicked for me, this part of the plot. - Goodreads

Review: Yendi (Vlad Taltos #2)

User Review  - Carla Wynker - Goodreads

Yendi I was midly disappointed by Yendi, the second book in The Vlad Taltos series. Contrary to Jhereg, where I was immediately pulled inside the story, things were much slower in Yendi. A quarter or ... Read full review

Review: Yendi (Vlad Taltos #2)

User Review  - ***Dave Hill - Goodreads

Arguably the best of the Vlad Taltos series, Yendi mixes labyrinthine conspiracy with the character's early life, including his first encounter with Cawti, later to be his wife. The swashbuckling and backstabbing are frequent, the quips and banter equally so, and the worldbuilding is delightful. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1984)

Steven Karl Zoltan Brust is a writer and musician. He was born on November 23, 1955. Brust has worked as a systems programmer for a computer company and played guitar, drums, and banjo in such bands as Cats Laughing, Morrigan, and Boiled in Lead. Brust writes science fiction, including the Vlad Taltos series, The Pheonix Guards, 500 Years After, and Brokedown Palace. He has written "choose-your-own-adventure" books for Tor and published several short stories in a series. Brust also released a solo album, A Rose for Iconoclastes, on the SteelDragon label.

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