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Stalking the Beast

Narrated by: Dina Pearlman
Length: 9 hrs and 25 mins
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Summary

When a mysterious monster carves a path of destruction across the southern River Kingdoms, desperate townsfolk look to the famed elven ranger Elyana and her half-orc companion Drelm for salvation. For Drelm, however, the mission is about more than simple justice - it's about protecting the frontier town he's adopted as his home, and the woman he plans to marry. Together with the gun-slinging bounty hunter Lisette and several equally deadly allies, the heroes must set off into the wilderness, hunting a terrifying beast that will test their abilities - and their friendships-to the breaking point and beyond. But could it be that there's more to the murders than a simple rampaging beast?

From critically acclaimed author Howard Andrew Jones comes a new adventure of love, betrayal, and unnatural creatures, set in the award-winning world of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.

©2013 Paizo Publishing, LLC (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-10-18

an engrossing read and a scary beast

the only downside to this is that their are more than a few characters to keep track of. other than that everything was quite good. the beast was especialy fun.

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  • Lisa A. Richardson
  • 20-06-18

A few surprises

There were plenty of surprises, but the story dragged. Many of the names sounded a lot alike, so keeping track of minor characters was difficult. Some plot lines seemed a bit contrived. The story had just enough velcro, I wanted to find out how one storyline played out.