Book Reviews of Tribute Trail

Tribute Trail
Tribute Trail
Author: Terri Beckett, Chris Power
ISBN-13: 9780967197906
ISBN-10: 0967197902
Publication Date: 8/10/1999
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 2.8/5 Stars.
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2.8 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Speculation Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Tribute Trail isn't a bad read, but the authors just don't deliver on the promising set-up. Kherin, a prince and mage, is betrayed and sold into slavery in a foreign land, where he befriends the new ruler of a warrior culture, eventually becoming his lover and teaching him to wield his own gifts. There are lots of threats and dangers, most of which just kind of unravel or are left hanging in the end. People and plots are left half-developed. And if you're looking for hot, sexy moves, you won't find them here. The descriptions of intimacy are very vague.
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A prince is sold into slavery as a gift to the leader of the horse people. He must make his way amidst treachery.

I thought this was a strange story and found the relationships and characters underdeveloped.

Not recommended