A doubly disgraced Dwarven hero. A band of accident-prone adventurers. Giving redemption a second shot may have been a grave mistakeStill bruised and heartbroken from their last calamitous quest, Gorm Ingerson and his band of washed-up heroes try to make amends for the Orcs they accidentally betrayed. But justice is put on hold when an old foe marches to the city gates. Gorm is horrified to discover a liche pitching the frightened city-dwellers on the merits of the undead lifestyle at the head of a corpse army.To save the city from high-pressure sales tactics and an inevitable siege, the Dwarf warrior and his misfit band hatch a harebrained scheme that lands them at the top of the kings kill list. With death and dark magic on his heels, Gorm must craft his own pitch to round up the troops and put the undead snake-oil salesman and his army of pushers permanently out of business.Son of a Liche is the second book in The Dark Profit Saga, a trilogy of humorous epic fantasy novels. If you like rib-tickling shenanigans, second-rate heroes, and imaginative new takes on tired tropes, then youll love J. Zachary Pikes hilarious blend of finance and high fantasy.Buy Son of a Liche to get the most bang for your bucks with a rollicking fantasy misadventure today!...
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Son of a Liche (The Dark Profit Saga #2) Reviews
If you enjoyed the first, this is what you're expecting
Easy and (almost too) quick reading.
I gave the rating because Son of a Liche doesn't disappoint after the first novel. Though that's hardly a reason to rate something highly but if you're looking at the second book then you no doubt enjoyed the first. In that vein your experience will be similar, much like continuing with the book.
The 2008 crisis is a little thick at times but I imagine for those that were deeply affected by it will find r ...more
Its always a worry when getting book two in a series with a first book as good as Orconomics that the book will be a letdown, not being able to capture the same magic as the first. Well, after reading and listening to Son of a Liche, I can attest that this is not an issue. While it follows in the same vein as Orconomics, it improves in a lot of ways what was already a fantastic series debut. More action, deeper plot, character revelations, bigger stakes for the overall world. In other words, it ...more
Son of a Liche retains the same wit, charm, and humor from the first book in the series.
The party continues on in their world mixed of RPG and economic turmoil, and they remain the underdogs we've come to know and love. Wrongly accused and targeted by "heroes", the band is forced into difficult decisions - do they split the party? Will they compromise in their goals? Will they sacrifice to save each other?
I highly recommend Orconomics, and following that, Son of a Liche. Both will make you laugh ...more
Another excellent story from J. Zachary Pike. It’s a fun filled epic story with action, suspense, and humor. Now that I’ve read the print version, I’m looking forward to the audiobook! A series you can read more than once.