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Pathfinder Tales: Reign of Stars

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Pathfinder Tales: Reign of Stars
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It Came From the Sky

When the leader of the ruthless Technic League calls in a favor, the mild-mannered alchemist Alaeron has no choice but to face a life he thought he'd left behind long ago. Accompanied by his only friend, a street-savvy thief named Skiver, Alaeron must head north into Numeria, a land where brilliant and evil arcanists rule over the local barbarian tribes with technology looted from a crashed spaceship. Can Alaeron and Skiver survive long enough to unlock the secrets of the stars? Or will the backstabbing scientists of the Technic League make Alaeron's curiosity his undoing?

From Hugo Award-winner Tim Pratt comes a fantastical adventure of science, savagery, and the vagaries of the human heart, set in the award-winning world of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and tied into the Iron Gods Adventure Path.

400-page mass market paperback
ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-660-7
ePub ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-661-4

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Rather Enjoyable


Alaeron and Skiver are back at it again, this time in the hellish hellscape that is Numeria. If you enjoy Tim Pratt's writing, those more science oriented trying to figure out strange technologies, or the main characters surrounded by a bunch of evil people that a group of bandits and pirates turn out to be the reliable ones, then you've come to the right story.

Major Let Down

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After the previous books I was really looking forward to this one but it is very weak. I agree with the previous reviewer

"Major issue: The complete disregard for religion and faith from city of the fallen sky is worse in this book, in fact in this book it goes to making fun of faith and putting religion in a very unflattering light."

I will be avoiding this author in the future.

****( )

Though I liked this novel quite a bit, Alaeron seems to be written differently than in City of the Fallen Sky.

Robots and Rascals


Tim Pratt continues to sharpen his wit with these novels. The adventures of Alearon and Skiver (not to mention Roderick and Hrym) are some of the funniest, most biting books in the Pathfinder Tales. There is even room for some much needed words of wisdom from Skiver in the later half.

Excellent as always.

A truly amazing book

****( )

Truly a very nice book, very well written with more fleshed out characters and a much better plot than city of the fallen sky, very good depictions of various places in Numeria (a very good book for both GMs and players in the Iron Gods AP), i really enjoy the book and i highly recommend it. Except for two things, one minor and one major issue:
Minor issue: The going outside the rules of the RPG that were present in the previous adventure of Alaeron were also present here (albeit to a much smaller degree) and i think that a lot of them might not be the author's mistake just be there because the technology guide was written when this book was written.
Major issue: The complete disregard for religion and faith from city of the fallen sky is worse in this book, in fact in this book it goes to making fun of faith and putting religion in a very unflattering light.
If it wasn't that then i would give this book a 5 star but it really bothered me so i give it 3.5 stars (rounded up to 4 since i really liked the rest of the book).
I really hope we see the adventure of Rodrick and Hrym in the south soon that's mentioned in this book.

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