The Deed of Paksenarrion

The Deed of Paksenarrion

Book - 1992
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Ignoring her father's plans for her, Paksenarrion leaves her family and sets off for the army, where her heroic restoration of a lost ruler to his throne will make her a legend.
Publisher: Riverdale, N.Y. : Baen Pub. Enterprises ; Distributed by Simon & Schuster, c1992
ISBN: 9780743471602
0743471601
9780671721046
0671721046
Characteristics: vii, 1123 p. : map ; 24 cm

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Genericus
Feb 23, 2016

READ THIS BOOK!

EVERY PERSON in my family owns a copy of this book. My daughter keeps a copy in her car, to pick up and read when waiting. My son read the entire book aloud to a friend with dyslexia in high school.

I bought it based on the recommendation of a friend with military experience, since as a marine, the author has a good feel for what running away to join the army really feels like.

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DerekAllen
Jun 01, 2015

At its best in the early going: coming-of-age, boot-camp experience, discovering the world, experiencing defeat and victory. Less successful with later fantasy elements--nods in the direction of elves, dwarves and gnomes, ignoring opportunities for Paks to explore other races. Always disappointing to find plot action and character development diminish to mere conversation.

multcolib_central Jul 24, 2014

Classic military Fantasy

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KTPI
Jul 11, 2011

Loved it, bought it. Bought the sequels. It's very long (a trilogy in one) and some of the battle scenes were slightly tiresome, but the characters were great. A saga in the true sense of the word.

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