The Ghost of the Cazador

The Ghost of the Cazador He considered himself the last of his generation A man still alive because he had settled all his scores outsmarted and then buried all his enemies a lover of details and a dedicated practitioner in

  • Title: The Ghost of the Cazador
  • Author: Angelo Tsanatelis
  • ISBN: 9781466008632
  • Page: 476
  • Format: ebook
  • He considered himself the last of his generation A man still alive because he had settled all his scores, outsmarted and then buried all his enemies, a lover of details and a dedicated practitioner in a world of amateurs.A random event forces him to spend the night at the tiny Galite Islands waiting for a ship to carry him back to France, when the appearance of a strangeHe considered himself the last of his generation A man still alive because he had settled all his scores, outsmarted and then buried all his enemies, a lover of details and a dedicated practitioner in a world of amateurs.A random event forces him to spend the night at the tiny Galite Islands waiting for a ship to carry him back to France, when the appearance of a strange secretive man, brings back memories of a very old enemy and compels him to actis story is set in the same universe as the Living Sword Chronicles.2nd edition

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    1. A fabulous tale, set five years after the events that took place in the Lodge & the Tribe. It marks the return of an incredibly believable and deadly cynical in this volume character, we first came upon in the second book of the Living Sword Chronicles series. A breathtaking ride inside the mind of a legendary assassin, his world - his words, a pure extract of evil in the largest possible doses, that leads after a tension-building, extremely detailed & deeply enjoyable narrative to a mys [...]

    2. A delightful story. Overflowing with sharp wording, dark humor, a brilliant cynic character, who should have had a bigger role in the Lodge & the Tribe, a surprisingly detailed setting and clever plotting that leaves you with absolutely no dull moment throughout. I read it in a seating and it left me craving for more. A bit on the short side but a must read, one of the better stories I've read all year. Five stars.

    3. Short story that takes place in 1789. I'm not even sure what to say about it because too much went on between these characters in previous stories. It's basically one assassin going after another.

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