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I have been a knife enthusiast for as long as I can remember my favorite knife has been the Natchez Bowie knife its pricey (approximately $660) but its worth it because of its durability but know I have found my pride The Silver Trident its blade is extremely durable, powerful, and deadly its one of the best knives out there it is by far the most balanced blade I have ever had the pleasure of owning it is more durable than the Natchez Bowie knife that people claim is indestructible. I tried the Silver Trident against a thin sheet of steel (1/4 centimeter thick) even after stabbing the thin sheet of steel the Silver Trident's edge remained moderately sharp this blade combines balance, power, and durability the Natchez Bowie knife has surpassed all my tests until recently its blade was severely chipped when I was cutting wood because I accidentally ... full review
I love my monkey fist so much it comes everywhere with me. The size and craftsmanship are just excellent. I like them so much I'm ordering anther one for my second set of keys. Thanks for the awesome product George!
"Compelling and highly addictive. Brilliant!" - By Detra Fitch (USA)
Until a small handful of years ago, Aral had been a Blade of Namara. He had been a human weapon, honed to the finest edge possible by the training of the temple. The Blade of Justice made flesh. His purpose was to bring death to those who deserved it, as ordered by his goddess, Namara. Since he was a child, Aral had been bonded to Triss, a dragon-shaped Shade that lived in his shadow. The powers Triss wielded became an extension of Aral's will. However, five years ago the Emperor of Heaven killed Namara and her followers had been executed. Very few Blades survived.
Aral and Triss now keep a low profile. Aral is a shadow jack, doing occasional shady jobs and drinking himself unconscious. When a mysterious woman named Maylien hires Aral to deliver a secret message for a high wage, he knows that there must be a ... full review
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"Great anti-zombie weapon!! Probably..." - By R. Luckhart (In the bunker, FL USA)
Quick question...What hand to hand weapon would be best during the zombie apocalypse? I'd have to say a Kukri! This is a fantastic product. Just heavy enough to be effective, but won't tire you out from swinging it often. And, another plus is the really boss-looking black blade with just the barest hint of the silver razor edge...scary cool! Speaking of razor edge...I cut myself with it the first day, so be very careful! The sheath is nice and heavy, with snap closure that holds the blade very securely. It can be hung by a loop from your belt, and a hole is provided at the bottom if you wish to secure it to your leg with a strap or cord as well. I haven't used it on any zombies(yet), but for clearing brush and taking off tree branches,(some over 1" in diameter with one chop!) this does the job ... full review
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Although new readers might not enjoy this novel very much, die hard fans who have read about this unusual Drow from the beginning will no doubt enjoy this story. Salvatore's work in this series seems to be losing a bit of steam, but it is a fine read and a good product of the genre.
The story is not too complicated, but there are highs and lows. Reading the other reviews will likely reveal too much about the story and take away from your enjoyment of the story. One of the reviews here on Amazon revealed a major event of the story that leaves the reader waiting for it to happen rather than being surprised.
"Fast and furious" - By Mike Miner (Tolland, CT United States)
"Blade of Dishonor" by Thomas Pluck is a rolling barrel full of ninjas, samurai, blades and bullets. A Tarantino-esque mash-up of martial arts and military adventure. Peopled with wise cracking tough guys and tough girls and a wonderful cast of villains, the book is stuffed with things to enjoy. A plot that shifts from present day to World War II, this book is the most fun my brain has had in a long time. A novel about honor and violence that never takes itself too seriously. Mr. Pluck seems always about to quote Maximus from Gladiator, 'Are you not entertained?'
"Nice Carry Knife" - By R. D. Collins (Hermosa Beach, CA United States)
I like this knife very much. Nice size. It opens easily and quickly, the blade locks solidly in place, can be closed with one hand, and feels good in my hand. I did remove the clip, however, as I prefer to carry the knife in my pocket and find the clip to be annoying. Very well made, although I found the edge to be rather crudely sharpened. A little touch up on the sharpening stones and it was good to go.
This album was worth what I paid for it before I even popped it in the CD player. My first belly laugh came at reading, on the sticker that comes on every new release, that it featured "Great Nachos, Great Price." That's quite a bold statement of a lead single, but then none of the other FIFTY tracks on this CD crosses back behind that line of "so unabashedly commercial that it ceases to be marketable." More laughs pre-listen: the liner notes. I suggest reading these through, listening to the album, and then reading them again. They only get funnier once you've heard the music. Every single song has a little explanation of who Parry ripped off and what he was thinking of when he wrote it. And he makes invaluable observations like: "I just can't picture Morrissey having a beer with his lady." Me either.
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"I liked it enough to read the whole trilogy, but..." - By Charlyn Gee (New York, NY)
Basically the plot is good and fun, especially in this first book, but the characters are not that well-developed and the relationships are poor. For instance, there is ONE female character, and of course she's beautiful so all the men are in love with her, but she has minimal personality, and unidentifiable but incredible fickle motivations (i.e. it seems like her actions are meant to drive the plot instead of make sense for her character). Attraction and conflict among the characters feels forced. In this first book, it's not that bad, because the plot is clever and engaging enough that it's easy to overlook how unrealistic and annoying the "relationships" are. In fact there are several clever concepts in this book - it's a good heist story. But the problem with the relationships gets much worse in the sequels. So, be forewarned.