To an experienced rogue like Krunzle the Quick, the merchant nation of Druma is full of treasures just waiting to be liberated. Yet when the fast-talking scoundrel gets caught stealing from one of the powerful prophets of Kalistrade, his only option is to undertake a dangerous mission to recover the merchant lord’s runaway daughter—and the magical artifact she took with her. Armed with an arsenal of decidedly unhelpful magical items and chaperoned by an intelligent snake necklace happy to choke him into submission, Krunzle must venture far from the cities of the merchant utopia and into a series of adventures that will make him a rich man—or a corpse.
From veteran author Hugh Matthews comes a rollicking tale of captive trolls, dwarven revolutionaries, and serpentine magic, set in the award-winning world of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.
I like the cover. My 2 year old will be calling this "The Troll Book." As in, "Papa's reading the Troll Book."
The Core Rulebook is "The Dragon Book with people in it."
The APG is "The 2 Headed Dragon Book."
I am definitely looking forward to reading "The Troll Book." It will make a nice Birthday present, precious!
Not exactly. Due to a problem on the printer's side, several of the books were significantly delayed, and we'll now be releasing one each in April, May, and June before going back to our normal bimonthly schedule. Sorry for the inconvenience!
Hughes is a capable author but this lacked wit or verve.
Krunzle was an unlikeable character and fairly dull: i've just read 300 pages about him and don't really know anything about him beyond him being a selfish male human thief. Eando Kline's tale was a group effort that trod similar territory with more personality.
I know that KAM is not to everybody's taste but at least he writes with panache.
This was crying out for Dave Gross' wit, or Sutter's development of character and relationships, or Jones' feel for group dynamics...
So, um, yeah... when's Mona going to write Korm and Aebos' full story?
I prefer to buy books from either my FLGS or my FLB(book)S. However, the FLBS and their only distributor (Ingram Books, I suspect) both believe that this book is not legal for them to sell, regardless of if they can acquire it, before July 10. I asked them to look further into it and they refused because the data they have from the publisher (you, I presume) can only be updated by said publisher.
They simply wrote off of my story about the revised release schedule related to recent printing issues, as cited above by Mr. Sutter. They were about to lose my business entirely, however, I'm inclined to give them the benefit of the doubt by presuming that they are just following the rules established by the publishing industry.
Please fix this date problem and get your book out the door to brick and mortar distributors, pronto!
And, no I don't want an ebook and I don't want to use Amazon, who claims to have the book currently available but with a 5/15 (where'd they get this?) release date.
The official release date was April 25. We set our release dates on Wednesdays because that's preferred by hobby game retailers; bookstores prefer Tuesday release dates, so they usually add six days. Still, that would make it May 1, not May 15, and *certainly* not July 10.
I checked my local B&N today, and the still have it listed to be released on July 10th and weirdly has the author listed as James Suttur. I wonder if there is some blending going on? They wouldn't let me look at the Ingram database. Nevertheless, it is not on the shelves in Atlanta nor Greenville SC