Percheron: Goddess - Fiona McIntosh Reviews
Description:ISBN 1841494623 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Fiona McIntosh / Paperback / 592 Pages / Book is published 2008-06-05 by Orbit
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by - written on 24/09/08 (Very useful, 86 readings)
Having been captivated by the first two parts of the Percheron trilogy, "Odalisque" and "Emissary", I was eagerly awaiting the third and final part, "Goddess". Fiona McIntosh has created a world full of intriguing characters and having written the first two parts like a chess game, the end game was irresistible. We pick up the story approximately three months after the events of "Emissary". Zaradine Ana, the wife of the Zar of Percheron, has been captured in the desert whilst travelling to the neighbouring state of Galinsea in an attempt to prevent war. Her captor, Arafanz, is determined to keep her safe as he and ... Read the complete review
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