Dzur by Steven Brust
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Definitely not the worst of the series, it follows right after the previous book and firmly brings Vlad back into his hometown, and much to my relief. It's a very decent read, self-contained, and of course it had to do with his ex-wife. :) What return to his old haunt with intentions of resuming a semblance of his old life after making such an enjoyable hash of it would be right without making sure that his Ex was involved?
The whole novel was enjoyable, but it wasn't huge except for the whole assassinating his goddess or taking down a whole room full of sorcerers, though. You know, little things. :)
What? Assassinating his goddess? Well... she has it coming. ;) It's complicated. You know how relationship problems are. :)
Nice return, but not precisely epic like that last one. *sigh*
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