The last part of Nazhuret's adventures. He's an aging father with an adult daughter and an assassin on his trail. Loved it. MacAvoy does a wonderful job of writing her character into late middle age. I adored the depiction of Nazhuret as a man of wide experience and simple needs who would really rather be left to his own emotional and personal concerns and NOT become a guru thank you very much. Just loved his growing exasperation as he tries to work past the continual interruptions of hero worshippers who want to set him up as their cryptic wise man, and political factions who want to use him either as a figurehead or a scapegoat. Although its comical its not farcical. The fate of kingdoms hang on whether this simple man will allow himself to be used and by whom.