✓ Moving Targets || À PDF Read by ë C.L. Werner


  • Title: Moving Targets
  • Author: C.L. Werner
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Paperback

  • Taryn Di La Rovissi and Rutger Shaw two hard luck mercenaries looking to make a clean break from the flagging war in occupied Llael With the forces of Khador massing for another surge south into Cygnar and the Thornwood Forest, Taryn and Rutger are forced to take a dangerous escape route before borders close for good Amid the last refugees fleeing the advance, the duo iTaryn Di La Rovissi and Rutger Shaw two hard luck mercenaries looking to make a clean break from the flagging war in occupied Llael With the forces of Khador massing for another surge south into Cygnar and the Thornwood Forest, Taryn and Rutger are forced to take a dangerous escape route before borders close for good Amid the last refugees fleeing the advance, the duo is caught up in an assignment that will prove to be either their salvation or undoing.From the stinking mists of the Bloodsmeath Marsh to the back alleys of Five Fingers, Taryn Rutger will do everything in their power to survive a game of Moving Targets.
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    Commentaires:

    William Adams
    Two of my favorite minor characters in the Iron Kingdoms, plus an Indiana Jones-esque adventure complete with gatormen and some tricky to follow action scenes (involving a train, so its ok)! Did i mention there were gatormen in it? One of the few times I can honestly say I was disappointed that a writer chose to underplay the romantic element. Fall in love already damn you! And more gatormen!

    Chris Jackson
    This was my first taste of the Skull Island Expeditions line of Iron Kingdoms fiction. Set in the Privateer Press gaming world, it is rather like high-fantasy steampunk on steroids. The line is shaping up nicely. Very action packed. This one was a novella, as are many in the line. A few novels coming out now too. If you want a taste of the IK world, drop by the Privateer press site. Lots to read.

    Rick
    I was excited about the characters going in but ended up disappointed. It felt like the same lackluster proofreader from No Quarter magazine was used here as numerous typos made it into print. There were also a few very obvious situations where Isaw the result coming from a mile away (I will writein more detail when I get to a computer so I can use spoiler tags).

    Oscar Oelrich
    Gators are cool. A fun read.

    Clayton
    Great Novel Illustrating the Iron Kingdoms

    Brendan
    Decent little action adventure. I like the setting and the characters, but the prose could use some work. There are some very awkwardly constructed passages in here that ruin the flow of the story.

    Johnathan
    Not great, but better than fan-fiction.

    Shane Fraughton
    Fun read with plenty of action.

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      Published :2018-06-13T17:10:27+00:00