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The Deed Of Paksenarrion: The Deed of Paksenarrion omnibus (English Edition) von [Moon, Elizabeth]
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"Brilliant . . . the excitement of high heroic adventure . . . will enchant the reader."

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Paksenarrion wasn't planning to submit to an unwelcome marriage and a lifetime of poverty, so she left her village with a plan and her grandfather's sword. And a few weeks later, she was installed as Duke Phelan's newest recruit in a company of soldiers for hire, her arms training about to begin. But when Paks sees combat, she's stabbed with an ensorcelled knife and barely survives. Then the near-misses start mounting up, raising questions about this young fighter. Is she attracting evil because she is a danger to them all? Or is there another reason malignant forces seek her life?

Paks will face the spider-minions of the Webmistress Achrya, orcs and the corrupted men who serve blood mage Liart, Master of Torments. She will also earn the gratitude of elves and of her Duke. And through conflict she will learn she has powers of her own and a destiny. To become a gods-chosen Paladin of Gird, and a target for the ultimate torture.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 3508 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 1044 Seiten
  • Verlag: Orbit (6. Juni 2010)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B003PPDC1Q
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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This book is actually a compilation of three novels; "Sheep Farmer's Daughter", "Divided Allegiance" and "Oath of Gold". I like to think that these books started the popular trend in fantasy, of featuring women in heroic roles. Paks, (the heroine in question), manages to be a better soldier than most while still being sensitive to her feelings and friends.

Unlike many works of fantasy, Moon is more interested in the characters and their struggles and triumphs than in the fantastic creations of her world. I'm not saying that her world is not well rendered, it is, but it is the people in this story that demand the reader's attention. They are real, emotional beings with strengths, flaws and inconsistencies, just like the rest of us.

There is also a surprising amount of military detail in the story. In fact it taught me a thing or two about medieval fighting both from a lone warrior standpoint and that of an army.

Fair warning to those who intend to read this series; start on the Friday night. At least that way you won't jeopardise your job by coming in without any sleep.
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Von katinka am 25. November 2013
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I stumbled upon the book looking for more fantasy stuff after having finished "The Name of the Wind" and the like. Well I wouldn't call it a page turner. There isn't any noticeable development of the main character, and after some 100 pages I just lost interest in her. Wasn't to keen in a never ending lecture on medieval warfare and armory either.
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Von Ein Kunde am 12. Januar 1999
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As a veteran sci fi and fantasy reader, I was a amazed by the sense of realism and believability Elizabeth Moon instilled into the Deed of Paksenarrion.
So many other fantasy stories just drop you in wherever, and expect you to take the magic, the powers and the different races for granted. In Paksenarrion, you see here growth for a frightened and rebellious youth, to a mighty Paladin of Gird. It was a new experience to see how a Paladin comes about, how normal people in fantasy worlds feel about magic powers and other races.
I have never had another book move me to the same depths of emotion as the Deed of Paksenarrion. Like others, I stayed up all night, not being able to put the book down. I remember clearly it being about 4am that I burst into tears and sobbed for about 15 minutes. I was not the only time I cried in the book. I also laughed at times, and grew to love Paks and her friends.
If you love fantasy books, then this is a must read. A hint though, don't read the second book of the trilogy until you have the third! It would be tragic to be at the end of the second book without being able to find out what happens.
I don't know how many times I have read the books. I read the individual editions til the fell apart, and am now on to the joined edition. I pray for more books about Paks!
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Ich habe den ersten Band dieser Trilogie auf dem Kindle gelesen und mir dann die Trilogie sofort danach auf Papier geholt, weil es Band 2 und 3 noch nicht für den Kindle gibt (Amazon: Wo ist da die Logik?). Moon schreibt hier eine Kombination aus High Fantasy und Military Fantasy auf hohem Niveau. Besonders hervorzuheben ist die Perspektive: Das jeweilige Geschehen wird immer aus Sicht der Heldin geschildert, die am Anfang der Romane etwa 18 ist und kaum aus ihrem "Kuhdorf" herauskam. Militärisches Training etwa auf dem Niveau römischer Legionen, die charakterliche Dynamik zwischen den Rekruten, Härten, Sterben und Tod, harte Kämpfe aber auch manchmal lustige Erlebnisse: All das wird wunderbar glaubwürdig und ernsthaft geschildert. Ich würde den Band durchaus unter die Top-10 meiner entsprechenden Bibliothek rechnen, die Handlung bleibt stets nachvollziehbar, spannend und interessant. Eine klare Leseempfehlung.
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Von Ein Kunde am 20. September 1999
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I'm glad that I read the single trade edition rather than the three books separately. I don't think I would have bothered with Divided Allegiance and Oath of Gold if I had just bought Sheepfarmers Daughter. I laughed when I read one review about Sheepfarmers Daughter going something like "she slept she marched she fought she ate" he/she is absolutely right! I was thinking the same thing, I started to wonder if the entire single trade edition would be like that! Luckily the other two books are not. I can't say that Moon writes the best battle/combat scenes I have definitely read better, I had some trouble envisioning them. The map was also mediocre it should have had more detail, a few of the places Paks traveled to were not there which was annoying, why weren't they included? Most importantly THRERE SHOULD HAVE BEEN A GLOSSARY I kept forgetting and confusing who was who etc. It's a long book, there are alot of characters and the names are unusual. Also Gird should have been explained she just went on about him and I hadn't a clue at first who he/it was. I also found that some of the adventures Paks went on held no real challenge and were not described in enough detail. Moon leaves you wondering who some of the characters were and why certain events occurred.E.g. who exactly was Macenion? Where did he come from? What was the point of the snowcat? Why bother to have it briefly in the story line? Just so Paks could be consumed by guilt over killing it? What exactly did the snowcat represent to her? It's almost as if Moon put little occurrences like that in the book(s) just because she felt she had to. I kept expecting a few of the things that happened to be tied up later on so I could see the relevance of them. I just found the way that Paks got out of the banast taig too easy.Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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