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|Length: 104 pages||
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This is a good filler for between releases .Nothing new here just some tie in short stories filling in gaps that were not needed in main books.Published 17 months ago by y
While the stories are written with the same quality as the other Demon Cycle books, little that's New or Important happens here. These two stories merely fill in a few brief gaps. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jonathan
I enjoyed the stories alas they were to short and I read the book in a couple hours and I like to read slow taking in each story imagining the place, time and people in my mindPublished 17 months ago by rona
You would want to have more. The three main books are massive on their own, but the world is much bigger. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Zveron
I loved reading about Abban and how he procured the map to Anoch Sun. I really like Abban and the dynamic he brings to this series.Published 22 months ago by Tyler S
Both me and my 17 year old son read this series. He read them first and then recommended them to me. We both loved them!Published on July 25, 2013 by nincin
Peter Brett's writing is always engaging and fun, and this is a nice short side story that gives you yet another glimpse of Arlen's life before the major events in Desert Spear. Read morePublished on May 10, 2013 by Ari
Desperate for more of the series, I purchased the digital copies of both of Brett's novellas. This first one was a brief collection. Read morePublished on March 14, 2013 by Yolanda S. Bean
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|The Great Bazaar and Other Stories - Peter V. Brett||
It is now available as a UK eBook as well! Sorry for the delay, there was some red tape to cut through.
Jun 1, 2011 by Peter V. Brett | See all 3 posts