Oath of Gold (The deed of Paksenarrion)
Publish date: November 5th 1998
Pages no: 501
Edition language: English
Series: The Deed of Paksenarrion (#3)
The final book of the Deeds of Paskenarrion series, this covers Paks from the time she left Fin Panir, a "coward" unable to face anything and finds herself back with Master Oakhollow in Brewersbridge. We then get to go along with her adventures with the elvish and other adventures as she evolves in...
12/25/13 ** I absolutely can't believe that this book is not part of my GoodReads collection. I seriously don't know how many times I've read it. As part of my "get ready to travel" routine, I looked for books to download from my library's ecollection, and I realized that there is a new book out i...
Fantasy Review BarnThis is the third in the ‘Deed of Paksenarrion’ trilogy. The first described how Paks left her home to become a mercenary in Duke Phelan’s company, and was a very down-to-earth story of a soldier’s training and campaigns. The second book saw Paks take off on her own and be sucked ...
I doubt if there's anything in this series that haven't been done before, but it's overall quite a fun to read, has characters that read like real ppl & doesn't contain a lot of cringe-inducing moments like those in The Wheel of Time etc.
Fantastic ending to a well written epic trilogy. I am sad it is over and the narrator did a great job too.