Format: mass market paperback
Publisher: Baen Books
Edition language: English
Series: The Deed of Paksenarrion (#2)
Paksenarrion, once a sheepfarmer's daughter, now a veteran warrior, meets new challenges as she breaks up a robber gang, dispells an ancient evil possessing an elvish shrine and is accepted for training at an academy for knights. Clearly, a high destiny awaits her. The biggest impression that this...
The second of the Deed of Paskenarrion trilogy, I find it even better than the first. Paks is still growing up and going through trials, and she's learning to think on her own (thank the baby monkey). The plot is fast pace and entertaining... It does feel a bit dated, but not so much so that I ...
I feel like this trilogy should be one - albeit long - book. I don't like how it was split into three books.
This reader's personal opinion, ©2012, all rights reserved, not to be quoted, clipped or used in any way by Google Play, amazon.com or other commercial booksellers* For 90% of the thing, Paks was Paks and my enjoyment of story had its ups and downs. Ups with the story progressing, Paks finally on w...
Fantasy Review BarnThis is the second part of the ‘Deed of Paksenarrion’ trilogy. The first part told how Paks left her home to avoid a forced marriage, joining the local Duke’s private army and discovering they were mercenaries. There was a lot of detail about army life, with numerous skirmishes an...
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