This novel was better than any action movie. Pirate's Honor pulled me into the relationships, Pirates Honor had me worried about the character's fates, and Pirates Prophecy had me jumping out of my seat and hoping everything would be ok. This book was amazing and I have to give the author credit for doing such a good job integrating game mechanics into the novel without it feeling forced. I loved it!
I can't believe how shocked I was by the surprises in this book.
Things I liked:
I loved how it started right where the first one ended. I didn't expect that and since I didn't want Pirate's Honor to end and I got my wish. It was really nice.
The relationships deepen and friendships form plus there are shocking relationships in this story that are indefinitely more intense than the relationships in the first book. I was amazed by the intensity that these relationships burn and it continued to make me turn the page and not want to book down. That's what I want in a book.
Chris is amazing and this makes me want to look into his non-Pathfinder titles.
The only drawback to this story was it wasn't long enough. I loved the path of the main character and the dark and gory details of his life. This book was wonderfully bleak and fantastically uplifting at the same time. I truly enjoyed this novel.
I loved how the relationships in the book kept me on my seat. This is not a stereotypical pirate story. It is a cross genre beast of tension, intrigue, and romance. I loved it so much. I can't wait till the next one.
I am glad that that Paizo is finally releasing campaign material in the RPG line. This was a much needed book to collect many rules that have been published throughout Pathfinder's existence and consolidate and update them. I love the flavor and the updates to all the existing organizations as well as the detail added to the organizations bringing them up to date in 4717