Tales from the Vulgar Unicorn (Thieves’ World #2)

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Title: Tales from the Vulgar Unicorn

Series: Thieves’ World

Author: Robert Asprin, Editor

Rating: 3.5  of 5 Battle Axes

Genre: SFF

Pages: 299





A continuation of the Thieves’ World anthology, where we get novellas to short stories about various characters and their adventures in the grubby city of Sanctuary.


My Thoughts:

This stuff was ok. Kind of a like a Forgotten Realms but in one city instead of multiverse and short stories instead of trilogies or series.

My only sticking point is that no character is really likable. You have some slightly sympathetic ones, but none that you want to cheer for. It really is a collection of scummy people. There are 10 books in this anthology series, we’ll see how long I stick with it 😀


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