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    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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    • Ron
    • 20/08/2012

    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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    • Christopher James
    • 26/10/2017

    This used to be one of my least favorite Taltos books...

    After Athyra, which still is my least favorite, I never really enjoyed Teckla. But I just have this a listen again -- maybe it's the third time in 20 years I've read (listened to) it -- and with the political climate, and perhaps a little of my own maturity, I have to say this is a much better story than I remember it being. The ideas being evaluated are complex and while occasionally the characters are a little archetypal, there's a lot of interesting discussion of politics and making the word in ones own righteous image. Definitely worth a re-read.

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    • kristenS
    • 10/09/2015

    Good but...

    If you've liked the previous books, you should like this one.

    This book focused on the tensions ever present and continuously causing problems within Taltos's world relating to how humans and Tekla are treated.

    However, unlike the predecessors, this book didn't revolve around a master plan that had to be figured out but, rather, where Taltos felt he fit in with the world. As I had become accustomed to these puzzles, I did feel mildly let down at having no great master plan to figure out alongside Taltos, so I felt a bit more bored listening to this one.

    So, 4 for stars for the story, while I continue to love the narrator. Overall, I'll give a 5 star because the book still gave excellent insight into this world, how it works, etc.

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    • Zachary
    • 20/11/2020

    This was stupid

    I like the first book I liked the second book even though it was a prequel to the first book This book begins several months after the events of the first book and it’s stupid It’s not that you wouldn’t do this to someone you love it’s that marriages don’t survive stuff like this it was stupid and if she was the character they portrayed her to be in the first and second book she wouldn’t of done that and if the main character was the person they portrayed in the first and second book he wouldn’t of put up with it either and would’ve ended the relationship this was a stupid book

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    • Phreakshow
    • 05/09/2020

    worst of series

    pretty awful mishmash of depression,relationship problems and Marxism. Hated about 75% of it. Narration excellent though.

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    • John Lavette
    • 30/07/2020

    Boy he's good!

    A deep fantasy world, gangster-gangsters, the layered exploration of relationships, and excellent and believable action! Brust really knows how to provide a full and nuanced world into which his readers may dive!

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    • Jesse of the Jungle
    • 09/03/2020

    Every Draegara novel is a winner.

    I like all the Taltos books. This is my 2nd time through. Most of how Steven wrote Vlad made sense, but I don't like how immature Vlad is portrayed with his wife. They both should've listened to Noishpa.

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    • Patrick reed
    • 26/01/2020

    amazing

    I enjoy this whole series. I read it when I was a kid and still love it as an adult

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    • Anonymous User
    • 22/11/2017

    Another great book in an amazing series!!

    I’ve read all of the Taltos books a few times but listening to them being read so eloquently adds a whole new level of entertainment to the experience. I plan on buying the audiobooks of the entire series now and anxiously await any further books by Brust!

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    • NLM, Esq.
    • 29/12/2016

    Intense Read

    The subject matter of this book, an oppressed class of people fighting for their civil rights, makes this a very intense read. Be forewarned.