The Black Bouquet

The Black Bouquet The second title in a series of stand alone adventures about the secret life of rogues He thought it was a game He thought no one would get hurt He thought he could trust a tanarukk bandit He thought

  • Title: The Black Bouquet
  • Author: Richard Lee Byers
  • ISBN: 9780786930425
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Paperback
  • The second title in a series of stand alone adventures about the secret life of rogues He thought it was a game He thought no one would get hurt He thought he could trust a tanarukk bandit He thought he was hired for his skill and cunning He thought it was just another victim, just another mark He thought he could do his job without turning the entire city against hiThe second title in a series of stand alone adventures about the secret life of rogues He thought it was a game He thought no one would get hurt He thought he could trust a tanarukk bandit He thought he was hired for his skill and cunning He thought it was just another victim, just another mark He thought he could do his job without turning the entire city against him He was wrong Second in a new series that brings to life the people who survive on the fringes and in the shadows of the Forgotten Realms world The Rogues.

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    About "Richard Lee Byers"

    1. Richard Lee Byers

      A resident of the Tampa Bay area, Richard spends much of his leisure time fencing, playing poker, shooting pool and is a frequent guest at Florida science fiction conventions His current projects include new novels set in the Forgotten Realms universe and the eBook post apocalyptic superhero series The Impostor.

    817 thoughts on “The Black Bouquet”

    1. Like the other books in the series, The Black Bouquet places an emphasis on the Rogue, and some of the going-ons in Faerûn concerning Rogues.The Black Bouquet is set in the city-state of Oeble, a nation within the Border Kingdoms. There’s nothing wrong with that, in and of itself, but I think that this is a flaw with the book. Mind you, again, there’s nothing wrong with Oeble- it is described in good detail, and definitely succeeds in making the place seem like a lawless cesspool you really [...]


    2. The second book in the rogue series, which i'm reading out of order, is a pleasant and relatively quick read. As with the series, the protagonist is a rogue, and he gets involved in something that puts him neck deep in trouble. It was kind of a mixed bag though.The characters were interesting enough, although i can't help feeling they were a little underdeveloped and cliched. Aeron, the protagonist, was all right, trusting more in his brains than his brawn, but a not very deep character. Miri, a [...]


    3. Given the premise of the book, we're under the impression that the Black Bouquet is an item of immense power or influence in the world. What we discover however, is that the Black Bouquet is a relic of no special import or significance. It's a book. An important book, but not a book that has the ability to change the world one way or another.I really enjoyed the end though. Normally and naturally the rogue in the book turns over a new leaf in the end, taking their first steps along the path of g [...]


    4. This is Book 2 of the current 4 book series. I did not enjoy it as much as the first book of the series. I did not find the characters quite as engaging. That could be because i was hoping for a continuation of the characters from book one.Still a good read and a free standing story, you dont need to read the first book to understand this story. There are no references back to book one.If you are a fan of cut and slash fantasy you will enjoy this and there is even enough "i didnt see that coming [...]


    5. This book was alright. The story line was interesting, and i enjoyed the characters, however the author's style of writing has discouraged me form continuing reading his works. Many of the sentences seemed unfinished and under developed. I was hoping something would happen between Miri and Aeron, but I understand that such a relationship would deviate from the character's individual personalities.


    6. An okay romp through a city of villiany. Okay for a quick, standalone read. The characters felt like they were supposed to be deep, but it wasn't explored in a way that this goal succeeded. The city felt appropriately chaotic and filled with the right kind of dastardly characters, however.


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