What are the best books on Pathfinder Campaign Setting?

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    #1The Inner Sea World Guide (Pathfinder Campaign Setting)

    The Inner Sea World Guide (Pathfinder Campaign Setting)

    Pathfinder Campaign Setting: The Inner Sea World Guide (Pathfinder Campaign Setting) is written by James Jacobs, Erik Mona, and Jason Bulmahn. With over 300 pages, this book is published in 2011 by Paizo Publishing, LLC.

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    Rosario Álvarez
    Written on March 24, 2018
    "The Inner Sea World Guide is a game book. The book is masterpiece of content as each race, region, religion, and detail of the world is covered in decent enough detail that this book is the only truly essential book needed to run a campaign in Golarion. "
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    #2Pathfinder Online: Thornkeep

    Pathfinder Online: Thornkeep
    Pathfinder Online: Thornkeep is written by Richard Baker, Jason Bulmahn, Ed Greenwood, James Jacobs, and Erik Mona. With over 90 pages, this book is published in 2013 by Paizo Publishing.
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    Brandon Cruz
    Written on April 1, 2018
    "If you enjoy this online game, then this book offers in depth knowledge about the game that may give you the edge. I recommend it, and do not want to say too much other then it being a good purchase!"
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    #3Irrisen: Land of Eternal Winter (Pathfinder Campaign Setting)

    Irrisen: Land of Eternal Winter (Pathfinder Campaign Setting)
    Irrisen: Land of Eternal Winter (Pathfinder Campaign Setting) is written by Mike Shel. This books has over 60 pages and is published in 2013 by Paizo Publishing, LLC. This features Irrisen of the RPG Pathfinder Campaign Setting.
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    Benjamin West
    Written on March 28, 2018
    "The best book on Pathfinder Campaign Setting is Irrisen: Land of Eternal Winter (Pathfinder Campaign Setting). Immerse yourself in the land of Irrisen and learn how best to traverse the terrain and denizens of this magical land."
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    #4Pathfinder Chronicles: Dark Markets

    Pathfinder Chronicles: Dark Markets
    Pathfinder Chronicles: Dark Markets (A Guide To Katapesh) is written by Stephen S. Greer and Amber E. Scott and is related to the RPG Pathfinder Campaign Setting. With over 60 pages, this book is published in 2009 by Paizo Publishing.
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    Peter Hicks
    Written on March 31, 2018
    "I enjoyed this book. I would definitely recommend it."
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    #5Pathfinder Chronicles: Guide to Absalom

    Pathfinder Chronicles: Guide to Absalom
    Pathfinder Chronicles: Guide to Absalom is written by Owen K.C. Stephens for the RPG Pathfinder Campaign Setting. With over 60 pages, this book is published in 2008 by Paizo Publishing.
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    Walter Scott
    Written on March 30, 2018
    "I love this game. This guide is amazing and easy to follow. I highly recommend it."
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    #6Pathfinder Chronicles: Dragons Revisited

    Pathfinder Chronicles: Dragons Revisited

    Pathfinder Chronicles: Dragons Revisited is written by Mike McArtor for the role-playing game Pathfinder Campaign Setting. This book is published in 2009 by Paizo Publishing.

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    Bryan Bailey
    Written on March 29, 2018
    "This book is from 2009, but has a lot of relevant information regarding Pathfinder. If you are interested in Pathfinder roleplay you will love this book! "
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    #7Pathfinder Chronicles: Guide To Darkmoon Vale

    Pathfinder Chronicles: Guide To Darkmoon Vale

    Pathfinder Chronicles: Guide to Darkmoon Vale is written by Mike McArtor for Pathfinder Campaign Setting, a role-playing fantasy game. With over 60 pages, this book is published in 2008 by Paizo Publishing.

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    Amanda Hunter
    Written on March 25, 2018
    "Are you even a Pathfinder fan if you don't have this? I personally gobble up all of the chronicles and this one is a great source for background stories and helping immerse yourself in the world. I love Darkmoon Vale, so if you have different preferences (how dare you!) you might like other books better, but for my money, this is one of my absolute faves"
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    #8Fey Revisited (Pathfinder Campaign Setting)

    Fey Revisited (Pathfinder Campaign Setting)

    Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Fey Revisited is written by authors by Savannah Broadway, Amanda Hamon, Tim Hitchcock, Levi Miles, Ray Vallese, and Jerome Virnich for the fantasy RPG Pathfinder Campaign Setting.

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    Maricela Leal
    Written on March 31, 2018
    "There are a lot of Pathfinder campaign books out there, and I have read (and own) most of them. This one is great because it gives new insights into the characters you have known and loved FOREVAH! This book was the basis for seemingly endless discussion and debate with my friends, and isn't that what gaming is all about?"
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    #9Chronicle of the Righteous (Pathfinder Campaign Setting)

    Chronicle of the Righteous (Pathfinder Campaign Setting)

    Chronicle of the Righteous is written by Amber Scott for the fantasy RPG Pathfinder Campaign Setting. With over 60 pages, this book is published in 2013 by Paizo Publishing, LLC.

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    Larry Keller
    Written on March 24, 2018
    "I love the Pathfinder series and looked forward to playing this one but was extremely disappointed with it. Not only is the game pretty much a knockoff, but the graphics are in decline. I’m trying to sell this on Ebay, so if you’re reading this now, and you want this game, go there and get a good bargain."
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    #10Mystery Monsters Revisited (Pathfinder Campaign Setting)

    Mystery Monsters Revisited (Pathfinder Campaign Setting)

    Mystery Monsters Revisited is written by  Richard Pett, Anthony Pryor, Amber E. Scott, and Ray Vallese for the fantasy RPG Pathfinder Campaign Setting. With over 60 pages, this book is published in 2012 by Paizo Publishing, LLC.

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    Christine Bradley
    Written on April 2, 2018
    "I wasn't really impressed with this book. I found it to be written poorly in spots. I did enjoy the ending and hope that the next book will be better written. I would not really recommend this book for someone who is looking for the best books on Pathfinder Campaign Setting."
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