The House of the Stag
Before the Riders came to their remote valley the Yendri led a tranquil pastoral life. When the Riders conquered and enslaved them, only a few escaped to the forests. Rebellion wasn't the Yendri way; they hid, or passively resisted, taking consolation in the prophecies of their spiritual leader.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - wealhtheowwylfing - LibraryThing
The prequel (though best if read after) to the excellent [book: The Anvil of the World]. Gard is a foundling raised by the remnants of a pacifistic enslaved race. When the race's Messiah comes to save ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - marti.booker - LibraryThing
I loved Kage, loved her work, and this one really showcases her inherent respect for life and love. The ending was very quickly wrapped up, which surprised me, but I was glad that it was a complete story since she is not here anymore to write a sequel. The ending was sweet, if short. Read full review