|Author(s)||James L. Sutter|
|Publisher||Paizo Publishing, LLC|
|Price|| Print: $9.99|
|Released|| Print/eBook: November 2011|
Audiobook: January 19, 2016
|Binding||Mass market paperback|
|Runtime||10 h 9 m|
|ISBN 978-1-60125-370-5 (ebook)|
|Follows||Master of Devils|
|Precedes||Song of the Serpent|
|Artwork from Death's Heretic|
Death's Heretic, a novel by James L. Sutter, was released in November 2011. Its sequel, The Redemption Engine, followed in 2014. Death's Heretic was named the third-best fantasy novel of 2011 by Barnes & Noble Booksellers. The audiobook for the title, narrated by Ray Porter, was released on audible.com in January 2016, and was given away free for the first month to celebrate the launch of Pathfinder Tales on Audible.
|“||Nobody Cheats DeathA warrior haunted by his past, Salim is a problem-solver for a church he hates, bound by the death goddess to hunt down those who would rob her of her due. Such is the case in the desert nation of Thuvia, where a powerful merchant on the verge of achieving eternal youth via a magical elixir is mysteriously murdered, his soul stolen from the afterlife. The only clue is a magical ransom note, offering to trade the merchant's spirit for his dose of the fabled potion. But who could steal a soul from the boneyard of Death herself? Enter Salim, whose unique skills should make solving this mystery a cinch. There's only one problem: The investigation is being financed by the dead merchant's stubborn and aristocratic daughter—and she wants to go with him. Together, the two must embark on a tour of the Outer Planes, where devils and angels rub shoulders with fey lords and mechanical men, and nothing is as it seems.||”|
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- Paizo Publishing, LLC. (January 9, 2012). Pathfinder Tales Hits #3 on Barnes & Noble Best Fantasy of 2011 List, Paizo News.