The Golden Hills of Westria #2020

The Golden Hills of Westria Diana L. Paxson The Golden Hills of Westria Prince Phoenix was always a bit restless never quite measuring up to the expectations of his heroic father King Julian who is magically attuned to the four powerful jewels of Westria Soon after his

  • Title: The Golden Hills of Westria
  • Author: Diana L. Paxson
  • ISBN: 9780765347848
  • Page: 419
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Golden Hills of Westria Diana L. Paxson Prince Phoenix was always a bit restless, never quite measuring up to the expectations of his heroic father, King Julian, who is magically attuned to the four powerful jewels of Westria Soon after his Initiation Retreat, Phoenix is abducted in a raid and sold to slavers Enduring pain and humiliation, Phoenix must find a way to survive and preserve his mind.While King Ju Prince Phoenix was always a bit restless, never quite measuring up to the expectations of his heroic father, King Julian, who is magically attuned to the four powerful jewels of Westria Soon after his Initiation Retreat, Phoenix is abducted in a raid and sold to slavers Enduring pain and humiliation, Phoenix must find a way to survive and preserve his mind.While King Julian searches for his lost son, a growing army of fanatics far to the south, led by the charismatic Mother Mahaliel, is conquering land after land, and its final destination is the golden land of Westria on the coast The only one who can stop her is Phoenix, and he has lost his memory and travels with the Mother s armies.This is a novel in the classic fantasy tradition
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    1. The only thing worse than reading a book with a copious amount of religious content, is reading a fantasy novel with a copious amount of religious content wherein obviously the religion is entirely fictional In a fantasy novel, it is impossible to know which is the true religion because the entire book came from someone s imagination Therefore, in a religious dispute, readers have no idea which group to side with, especially if both groups have experienced divine interactions and so forth Basica [...]

    2. This was an interesting book, but didn t meet my expectations Which was clearly my fault, because I went into it thinking it was a sort of future alternate history similar to SM Stirling s Change series, where familiar landscapes are populated with a different world But I didn t recognize much of anything in this book, other than the general outline of southwest North America in the map Had I gone in thinking this was just another low tech heavy on the spirits fantasy world, I d probably have en [...]

    3. I was disappointed when I got home from the library to find out that this was book 8 in a series I decided to read it anyway It works as a stand alone book My only complaint was that it was a little too predictable, but overall a good read.

    4. a cute little book, if rather standard fantasy.a nice examination of the way a personality can fracture under stress.

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