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The Deed of Paksenarrion (The Deed of Paksenarrion, #1-3) - Community Reviews back

by Elizabeth Moon
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Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it 7 years ago
This is an omnibus edition of three novels, conceived as one story, dealing with the paladin Paksenarrion: Sheepfarmer's Daughter, Divided Allegiance and Oath of Gold. I loved this book on first read, one of my favorite works of fantasy, and one that read quickly despite the doorstopper length. Read...
thepaladin rated it 7 years ago
I want to say first that I've read hundreds if not thousands of books and the largest percentage of them are probably fantasy. I love this book and rate it as one of my top 3 or 4 favorite novels. I can't recommend it too highly. I really don't think I can recommend it highly enough. Please read thi...
Libromancer's Apprentice
Libromancer's Apprentice rated it 8 years ago
A splendid trilogy that reads well as individual books or as a whole.Classic D&D style fantasy setting that incorporates magic, combat, good vs. evil, and cultures without being overwhelmed by any element. The characters are people, not near demigods who perform flawlessly in the face of all advers...
Pauline's Fantasy Reviews
Pauline's Fantasy Reviews rated it 9 years ago
I've reviewed each of the three books of this trilogy separately elsewhere on Goodreads. In brief: I loved book 1 'Sheepfarmer's Daughter' (4 stars); I enjoyed book 2 'Divided Allegiance' although with a few reservations (4 stars); and book 3 declined into a predictable and somewhat dull affair (3 s...
All The Things
All The Things rated it 10 years ago
I'm adding this series to the books I reread pile. Love the story, the characters, and the world building.
wealhtheow rated it 14 years ago
Terrible. I hoped that the author’s experience in real combat would make this an interesting novel, but instead it just bogged the story down with boring and completely unnecessary details. She feels the need to describe every type of mud, but Paks’ training to be a soldier still somehow feels like ...
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