Tales of the Red Panda: Pyramid of Peril

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
A desperate call for help from half a world away brings our masked man of mystery far from the urban jungle he is sworn to protect. With his mentor, Maxwell Falconi, who once fought crime behind the mask of the Stranger, in mortal peril, the Red Panda must battle both ancient powers and modern terrors, just to have a chance to fight for his life within… The Pyramid of Peril! More

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  • Category: Fiction » Adventure » Action
  • Words: 57,350
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781310022241
About Gregg Taylor

Gregg Taylor's love of the classic adventure stories of the golden age of radio, comics and pulp fiction are the driving passions behind the "Tales of the Red Panda" series of books. The books began as a companion piece to his popular radio adventure series "The Red Panda Adventures", heard on independant radio stations around North America and around the world as part of the Decoder Ring Theatre podcast, and have gone on to reach new audiences who love the two-fisted adventure style that recalls the work of the legends of mystery and adventure. Like the classic Hero Pulps that inspired them, the Tales of the Red Panda books can be read in any order, with or without knowledge of the radio series.

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Brandon Burkholder reviewed on Nov. 29, 2014

Another absolutely amazing Red Panda adventure.
(reviewed 71 days after purchase)
Michael Dean reviewed on Oct. 4, 2014

Super heroes! Sorcerers! Pyramids! Ancient relics! Death traps!

If you like all of those words, like I do, then this book is for you. Based on the awesome "Red Panda Adventures" audio drama, the Teriffic Twosome of Toronto travels to Egypt for a great Indiana Jones-style pulp adventure.

Gregg Taylor continues to weave fantastic tales in all of his writing endeavors - audio drama, novels and comics alike. He remembers that super hero action stories are primarily supposed to be fun - something I feel lacks in a lot of modern super hero tales. His larger than life characters still feel like real people, and his witty dialogue is as sharp as ever.

If you are already a fan of the "Pandaverse," you will not want to miss this book. If you are not familiar with these characters, but love fun action-adventure stories, why not jump in here. You will be glad you did.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
Bram Kaandorp reviewed on Sep. 21, 2014

Time after time, Gregg delivers great stories about the masked mystery man, and this is no exception.

If you like superhero comics, but you don't like all the convoluted story-lines that are the result of too many characters, then this is your best bet.
(reviewed 11 days after purchase)
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