Pathfinder Tales Hits #3 on Barnes & Noble Best Fantasy of 2011 List
Paizo.com Launches THREE-FOR-ALL Sale to Celebrate!
Paizo Publishing's Pathfinder Tales novel Death's Heretic, by James L. Sutter, has been named the #3 best fantasy release of 2011 by Barnes & Noble's SciFi and Fantasy Blog, and paizo.com is celebrating by offering a THREE-FOR-ALL sale on all Pathfinder Tales novels, ebooks, and short fiction! From now until the end of January, paizo.com customers who purchase two Pathfinder Tales novels will receive a third FREE novel! This offer also extends to electronic novels and short fiction, with the purchase of any two earning a third Pathfinder Tales product of the same format. Just add them to your cart, and Paizo will discount the lowest-priced qualifying item at checkout.
Barnes & Noble's Paul Goat Allen called James L. Sutter's Death's Heretic a "stellar debut novel," ranking it third on his list of 2011's best fantasy releases. Fellow Pathfinder Tales author Howard Andrew Jones (Plague of Shadows) ranked at #4 with his non-Pathfinder novel Desert of Souls. Sutter edits the Pathfinder Tales line as a full-time staffer at Paizo Publishing.
"We are very proud of James and the other Pathfinder Tales authors," said Paizo Publisher Erik Mona. "To celebrate Death's Heretic ranking in at #3, we've put the entire line on sale so that readers can see what all the fuss is about!"
Find the full Barnes & Noble list of the Best Fantasy Releases of 2011 here.
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