Fangs Of K'aath

Fangs Of K'aath By Paul Kidd, Fangs Of K aath A story of stories that inspired a generation of artists and writers An enthralling fairytale in the Arabain Nights tradition a tale for adults and the young at heart a tale of filled with sinister po
  • Title: Fangs Of K'aath
  • Author: Paul Kidd
  • ISBN: 9780953784707
  • Page: 192
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  • Fangs Of K'aath By Paul Kidd, A story of stories that inspired a generation of artists and writers An enthralling fairytale in the Arabain Nights tradition a tale for adults and the young at heart a tale of filled with sinister powers, disguised princes, herem girls and scimitars In the Kingdom of Osra, on the shores of the Amu Daya, there is a city of ancient mystery Here in the dusty marketA story of stories that inspired a generation of artists and writers An enthralling fairytale in the Arabain Nights tradition a tale for adults and the young at heart a tale of filled with sinister powers, disguised princes, herem girls and scimitars In the Kingdom of Osra, on the shores of the Amu Daya, there is a city of ancient mystery Here in the dusty markets, dwells a little storyteller Sandhri, mistress of a thousand fleas and teller of ten thousand tales Bewitching, gossiping, loveable, infuriating But when the begger girl falls in love with a handsome price, an ancient evil is awakened, a savage power that threatens to tear their worlds apart
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    1. I read this book incredibly slowly for me , especially since I enjoyed it so, but I was reluctant to let the characters go Sandhri, with her quick wit and sharp tongue Naive and scholarly Raschid Sweet natured Yarim and the precocious little brat, Itbit Kidd is excellent at writing characters, and you even feel yourself feeling sympathy for some of the villains, and shedding a tear for poor, misguided Sarwah Aside from endearing characters, we also have plentiful action, intrigue, betrayal, assa [...]


    2. This is furry fiction at its finiest Kidd had a love of epic scale battles and portrays the most fey, appealing characters one can imagine If you can just get past the fact that they re humanised animals, you ll find this book exceptionally enjoyable However, one cannot ignore the fact that Kidd clearly finds womenly curves combined with animal faces appealing, and this may strike some readers as a little odd ball He also engages in some unconventional relationships namely, polygamy, but that si [...]


    3. First, I didn t realize that different editions had different covers Second, the Sandrhi on the cover of the Kindle edition is cute, but Sandrhi on the original edition cover is smokin Let s hear it for see through halters and harem pants.I first read the book a couple of years ago, and liked it I remembered the plot, but forgot the juicy and or exciting details I now know what s going on, and the second reading lets me enjoy the stuff I had forgotten That being said, it s a great mix of swords [...]


    4. This is a good story It follows a story teller and her prince through love,intrigue, usurping plots, murder,and ancient Gods It is a book that when I started reading it drew me in and would not let go I was late to work a few times due to not wanting to stop finding out what happened next I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good fantasy story with compelling characters and a rich story to follow.



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