- Author:Elizabeth Moon
- Publisher:Time Warner Books Uk; paperback / softback edition (October 31, 2000)
- Pages:505 pages
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- ePUB format1944 kb
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Book I. Elizabeth Moon. A Baen Books Original. She had the healing hands, a legacy of a great-grandmother’s indiscretion in the days when such indiscretions meant a quick marriage to some handy serf.
Book I. Cover art by Larry Elmore. She hardly believed the change, and having a priest of Esea in the birthing room convinced her only that the high lords had no decency. In the lord’s hall, the infant’s future was quickly determined.
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Elizabeth Moon has many interests besides writing. Liar's Oath (May 1992)-sequel to Surrender None. She has a musical background, having played the accordion during her university days and sung in choirs Moon is also an experienced paramedic and has served in various capacities in local government. The Legacy of Gird (September 1996)-paperback omnibus. Paladin's Legacy or Legend of Paksenarrion novels.
Surrender None Elizabeth Moon. WHY WE FIGHT УYou lost children?Ф Others shushed that voice, someone in a leather cloak, but Gird answered it, counting them on his fingers. УMy first two sons died of fever; the lord refused us herb-right in the wood. My wife lost two babes young, one from hunger and one from fever. My eldest daughter they raped; killed her husband.
In the three books of THE DEED OF PAKSENARRION, Elizabeth Moon swept us away to an extraordinary fantasy world and . Gird, the Liberator, who taught his people that they could fight - and win - against oppression.
In the three books of THE DEED OF PAKSENARRION, Elizabeth Moon swept us away to an extraordinary fantasy world and introduced us to Paksenarrion, a lowly sheepfarmer's daughter destined to become a warrior among warriors and a paladin beyond compare. But Paksenarrion could never have fulfilled her destiny had it not been for one who came before.
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This book is a prequel to Moon's DEED OF PAKSENARRION. It is every bit as good and, in some respects, even better. That is no small accomplishment. The DEED trilogy tells the story of the paladin, Paksennarion. It is a wonderful story but it is based upon a created mythos of the land in which the character lives. Central to much of it is the yeomen, marshals and paladins of Gird.
Hardcover Paperback Kindle. Elizabeth Moon is science fiction and fantasy writer. In a small city of McAllen, she started to write very early, at the age of six.
His clothes were still damp; he turned them over and hoped the morning sun would dry them. Then he eyed the trees, and realized it would be a long time before the sun came into the clearing. t was another cold mess of soaked grain. Gird was already tired of it. He was spoiled, he supposed, by having had a wife and daughter with a parrion for herbs and cooking. Pidi leaned against him as he ate, and Gird put an arm around him. He wished he could have left the boy with Mali's brother-he was really too young for this.