Gedge's Seer of Eygpt is more of a character study than an actualy adventuring book. There is not much in the way of action. There is, however, much about cost and life choses, and the penalities of those choices. It is a look into questions surronding fate.Update March 2013 Still like it, and I find myself enjoying the small things in the book more. Ishat is one of the coolest characters ever.