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Fiona McIntosh |
|Release Date:||28 Nov 2007|
|Number of Pages:||484|
|Categories:|| Fantasy |
In Percheron, Zar Boaz is preparing for the imminent arrival of the Galinsean fleet and it seems inevitable that the realm will be plunged into war. His only hope is to use Lazar as a bargaining chip but it is likely that the Galinseans are past diplomacy. Despite the necessity for him to be in the city for the negotiations, the Spur is determined to travel back to the desert to rescue the abducted Zaradine Ana and bring her home.
However, finding Ana will not be a simple task. She is being held by the despotic Arafanz and his fanatical followers and as it slowly becomes clear what the presumed madman plans for Percheron, Ana does not know if she is to survive ... and if she is, to what end?
In the meantime a much larger doom hovers over Percheron that no-one but Pez and his nemesis, the charismatic Grand Vizier Tariq understand. The chaos between the neighbouring realms could become irrelevant when the final confrontation for the region's faith is played out.
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We are transported to the desert and to the prison where Ana is held captive. The scene is set for another exciting, indeed a glorious read, as Fiona McIntosh continues the Percheon series in Goddess, which is Book 3 and last, of the Percheon series.
This is a long read with many characters and it did take me several chapters to pick up the threads of the story once again. Lots of action and complex characters combine to make this a fast paced read, and I admire Fiona McIntosh’s incredible imagination to finally tie it all together and reach a satisfactory conclusion.
If you are about to read Goddess, pick up Odalisque (Book 1) and Emissary (Book 2) and take a short holiday and enjoy them all together.
Congratulations to Fiona McIntosh for this wonderful series. Enjoy.