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Pathfinder Tales: The Wizard's Mask Paperback – 11 Jul 2013

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Inconsistent and exhausting! 300+ pages of chase scene! 18 Nov. 2013
By Jonathan - Published on
Format: Paperback
This is the worst of the Pathfinder Tales.

To make a (VERY) long story short, this book is one long, non-stop, chase scene. No matter how improbable or unlikely, the two main characters are chased constantly throughout the "story."

It begins with an escaped halfling slave running away, being blamed for breaking a wagon, then inexplicably being hunted as if she were the worst of criminals. The title character, the so-called "Wizard" is either WAY too competent, or wildly INcompetent. I.e. He fights his way out of some things that would be completely impossible, only to have to run from things that he should have been able to take care of given his previous behavior.

This novel is inconsistent and exhausting, and I was *amazed* that it came from Ed Greenwood!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The mask and the halfling 4 July 2013
By Anime Lover - Published on
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Two thieves with nothing in common are thrown together by circumstance. A human with a cursed mask and an escaped female Halfling who are trying to avoid city guards, and a person who calls himself a Lord Investigator. But when they have a "talk" with one of the lords of the city, he gives them a choice - execution or to do a job where they need to find a magical item in order to bring the local civil war to an end. But as they journey, both will need to learn not only to trust each other - but to think that there might be more to each other than meets the eye.

Ed Greenwood brings his A game in this story, and I have read a lot of his stories. The two main characters seem to work well, even when they are arguing, but you can see that they have a lot in common. I would recommend it to anyone who likes a good dungeon crawl story with a good amount of humor.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Non-stop action! 12 July 2013
By Wulfstan - Published on
Format: Paperback
Award winning & best-selling author Ed Greenwood here turns his well-honed +5 pen to the Pathfinder setting and a tale of two mismatched and star-crossed rogues.

One is a mysterious man with a mysterious past and an even more mysterious mask- which has a deadly curse. Another is a young female Halfling, who is an escaped slave.

Although trust is hard to come by in their world, they find themselves thrown together by a series of chases and closes escapes. Finally they are captured and sent on a weird quest to recover a powerful magic item, an artifact. The quest sets off yet another series of chases, fights and hairbreadth escapes. When they finally get to their destination, you, as the reader, are as out of breath as they are!

But wait! Now comes the best part- a series of horrific undead and harrowing traps guard this dungeon. The "dungeon crawl" is very well done, perhaps even better than Gygax himself. The final battle is epic in scope, what with magic and tricks being used liberally.

But of course, with Ed at the helm, it turns out that's just the penultimate encounter. We still have the long trip home and the real, true final battle!

Breathless escapes, great characterization, non-stop action, swashbuckling swordplay and a real page-turner. Get it!

I rcvd a copy for review.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Too much chase and not much more. 9 April 2015
By Jonathan SD - Published on
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I feel somewhat mixed about this book. The other reviewers of this novel are correct about this being both non-stop action and 300 page of chase scene. The chase gets old about 3 chapters in but it never relents until the end of the novel. You finally get to point where you think - okay finally some downtime only to find a new party is now chasing the main characters. It's not a bad book but an exhausting one to read.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Over 300 pages of wasted time. 12 Dec. 2014
By William N. Lindsey - Published on
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Lots of pulpy action in this novel, but little of anything else. The two main characters are constantly running around and being ambushed for about 340 some odd pages. I would recommend this book to anyone, not even to a fan of the Pathfinder Setting.
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