Summary

The third Vlad Taltos book represents a darker, more serious turn in the series. Vladimir Taltos is a short-lived, short-statured Easterner (what we would call a human) in a world mostly populated by the long-lived, extremely tall Dragaerans. He is also an assassin and petty crimelord. His lifestyle and career require some difficult moral choices. When his wife Cawti joins an uprising of Easterners and peasant Dragaerans (the Teckla of the title), it causes a severe strain in their marriage, and Vlad begins to question those choices.
©1987 Steven K. Z. Brust (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Ron on 20-08-12

Rebel Uprising

In this 3rd book in the series Vlad finds himself trying to take neutral sides. But when his wife is fully invested in the uprising he finds himself at odds with his wife. If he wants to keep her safe he must make a decision. While all this is going on he finds that the competition is trying to movie in on his turf. I enjoyed listing to Vlad try to juggle his personal life and his business life. As you've come to expect Bernard Setaro Clark's narration had the same quality as the first two books.

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3 out of 5 stars
By David D. Schneider on 18-02-15

DECLINE! 😱

I started the first book cautiously but ended enjoying it immensely.
I looked forward to many future books as enjoyable.
The second book not as good.
The third his weakest so far.
The author does not do well with cognitive exploration of personal philosophies.
I do plan to try his next book.

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