Oath of Gold

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Baen, Jan 2, 1989 - Fiction - 501 pages
42 Reviews
/Elizabeth Moon Two realms face an unstable change of rule: in Tsaia, a long Regency is nearly over, and in Lyonya, a dying king has no legitimate heir. The sword which could declare the rightful heir of Lyonya is lost, and Paksenarrion--now a paladin--swears an

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Review: Oath of Gold (The Deed of Paksenarrion #3)

User Review  - Chris Mckenzie - Goodreads

If you are a fan of dark and grim fantasy, do not let my rating put you off. Though the more or less happy ending might put off the grim and gritty fans, which leaves me unsure who would enjoy this ... Read full review

Review: Oath of Gold (The Deed of Paksenarrion #3)

User Review  - Christopher - Goodreads

The first half of this book was excellent, and perhaps the best in the series. It took a lull for a while, but picked back up at the end to finish up strong. I felt like I was in a D & D adventure ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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New York Times" best-selling author and former Marine, Elizabeth Moon has written many novels, including the Paksenarrion fantasy trilogy (available from Baen as "The Deed of Paksenarrion" and also as separate books), the Heris Serrano space adventure series (the first three novels of which have been combined as "Heris Serrano"), and "Remnant Population," which was a Hugo Award finalist. For Del Rey, she has written "Command Decision, Engaging the Enemy, Marque and Reprisal, Trading in Danger," and the Nebula Award winner "The Speed of Dark." After earning a degree in history from Rice University, Moon went on to obtain a degree in biology from the University of Texas, Austin. She lives in Florence, Texas with her husband and son.

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