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15 thoughts on “Divided Allegiance (Deed of Paksenarrion) by Elizabeth Moon(1988-10-01)

  1. david stryker david stryker says:

    I ve been a fan of Elizabeth Moons writing for many years and she doesn t disappoint with this series definitely one not to miss


  2. Kindle Customer Kindle Customer says:

    The second installment in the trilogy The Deed of Paksenarrion is on par with the first one Ms Moon certainly brings alive the questions of right and wrong and good and evil.In this second book Paksenarrion struggles with the changes she sees occurring the Duke s band Can she live with them These struggles do not go unobserved and she is encouraged to try another path for a while all the time being than welcome to come back to the band.In her quest for her destiny, Paksenarrion hires out as a caravan guard, a guard for a single elf and a brigand hunter All these jobs bring her into contact with elves, gnomes and dwarves Eventually she ends up in Fir Panir the place where the paladins of Gird are trained Initially, she begins her place there as a regular student of warfare, but eventually she ends up as a paladin apprentice But things do not work out as Paksenarrion had hoped and she ends up as less than she had hoped.A good book that deals with the questions of good and evil in the way that fantasy books do.


  3. Kindle Customer Kindle Customer says:

    The second installment in the trilogy The Deed of Paksenarrion is on par with the first one Ms Moon certainly brings alive the questions of right and wrong and good and evil.In this second book Paksenarrion struggles with the changes she sees occurring the Duke s band Can she live with them These struggles do not go unobserved and she is encouraged to try another path for a while all the time being than welcome to come back to the band.In her quest for her destiny, Paksenarrion hires out as a caravan guard, a guard for a single elf and a brigand hunter All these jobs bring her into contact with elves, gnomes and dwarves Eventually she ends up in Fir Panir the place where the paladins of Gird are trained Initially, she begins her place there as a regular student of warfare, but eventually she ends up as a paladin apprentice But things do not work out as Paksenarrion had hoped and she ends up as less than she had hoped.A good book that deals with the questions of good and evil in the way that fantasy books do.


  4. Kindle Customer Kindle Customer says:

    Great


  5. A. Chalklen A. Chalklen says:

    Elizabeth Moon s books are almost invariably excellent, and the deed of Paksenarrion series is superb The continuation Paladin s legacy is equally as good.


  6. Lisa Lisa says:

    Great series I couldn t put the books down Seriously, I finished the three book series in three days Who needs sleep


  7. Caotico09 Caotico09 says:

    Oh.My.Gerd.Divided Allegiance is the second book following Paks In this novel she breaks away from the mercenary company and trys to find her own way The first third of the book was interesting This section of the book felt personal than the first book did, probably because it felt less choppy.Positives Paks is on a journey of learning Just because she spent 3 years becoming a great swordsman doesn t mean she knows everything And that is one of the things that this book does really, really, well I enjoyed this learning adventure instead of Paks being an invincible infallible character The conflict scenes in this book are interesting and unique This first one is probably the worst written That ending Wow Negatives I was really hoping that she would choose a different career path 50% into the book And her capitulation into that career path felt unrealistic Why did she suddenly agree It wasn t conveyed clearly I am still disappointed in the details What happened to the Pony The whole Halveric thing Her distrust of elves Why did they go on the quest if they were so short on men Why did the dark elves did what they did


  8. Russell Taylor Russell Taylor says:

    One of, if not the, first major fantasy story to feature a female hero I have read the whole series multiple times The first it was loaned to me by a friend who wanted to share Then a few years later I hunted it down to buy so I could read it and keep a copy for myself Then when I finished, I loaned my books out to another friend s daughter, because I wanted to shareThe Hero herself is never interested in sexual relations so other than brief mentions of subject it isn t an issue in the story There are no explicit sex scenes however, the hero is assaulted, beaten, and raped early in the stories Though it isn t detailed, thankfully, as a sex scene might be, it is a subject matter that some may find difficult For the hero it is one of several defining moments The author, a woman, took great care to present a hard topic rarely truly included in such stories, and handled it in a way that benefit the story without making lite of the subject or being overly offensive And that is only a chapter or two of the dozens that will entice and ensnare your mind in this series.


  9. Brtdarkness Brtdarkness says:

    First book, GREAT World building, character development, believability wonderful Second book, slow story build up, further development, further buy into the Paks as she goes off on an adventure, and BANG She destroys everything you ve come to love about the series and the character itself Why would anyone buy the next book Horrible


  10. John A Lee III John A Lee III says:

    The first volume of the Paksenarrion trilogy saw the young girl, Paksenarrion, seek her fortune as a mercenary soldier She proved an apt pupil and was fortunate to work with an honorable company where she distinguished herself Fantastical elements like elves, dwarves, mages and such were present in the first book but they were a very peripheral part That changes in this, the second installment.Paks has left the company of Duke Phelan Although she loved the organization and the people, she could not handle the horrors of their last assignment It went against her nature to protect So it is that she is sent out on her own, with the Duke s blessing, to seek training She is welcome back at any time Her travels expose her to the magical elements of this realm and she continues to distinguish herself as she grow in experience, skill, and knowledge of herself She does not seem to recognize just how remarkable she is but nobody is please than she is when she is chosen for training as a paladin Her training, however, exposes her to great evil and makes her vulnerable The forces of evil wish to destroy her and her effectiveness By the time she gets done with her quest, she is a very ill young lady indeed but her companions know that something is in store That will have to wait, however, for the next volume.This is a very readable book It is easy to like the characters and identify with them It is well written and Elizabeth Moon shows a distinct talent for giving the reader just enough information to make one wonder at the grand scheme of things She also leaves the explanations for a riper time It works It hooked me I have to read the next book.


  11. Jon Ray Jon Ray says:

    What started off as well and enjoyable to read, quickly turned into one of those books I almost put down and stopped reading My main issue here is with how the writer over drags the main character through the mud, with too many near death experiences that it pulled me out of the story It was almost like Elizabeth Moon is a closet sadist I would only recommend it to get to the better 3rd book in the series.


  12. T. Guy T. Guy says:

    The first book was somewhat predictable and one thread in this book looked like it would take an obvious path I thought badly about the choices the author made and was proven wrong She knows best This was a very enjoyable read, but the ending is a bit too abrupt


  13. Sean Mulligan Sean Mulligan says:

    All the books that I have read by Elizabeth Moon have several things in common They are all well written, engaging, very detailed, and keep you coming back for The first time I ever heard of Elizabeth Moon was when her bookOnce a Herocame out Like this book, I couldn t put it down unless I fell asleep first Divided Allegiance follows the main character Paksenarrion Paks for short through some tough ordeals With the only her training as a mercenary in the Duke s company to guide her, she finds herself ill prepared for what lies ahead of her She does get convinced to learn than just her mercenary skills to become so much than just a fighter Paks learns the way of Gird, a deity that honors fighters Even in the first book Sheepfarmer s Daughter The Deed of Paksenarrion, Book 1 she encounters a Paladin a high ranking priest mage type that serves Gird This Paladin and others in this book encourage her to learn the ways of Gird, perhaps even become a Paladin herself Normally that would take years and years of service, but she is able to dive right into the training, and makes some unusual friends along the way.I m so glad that a friend of mine found the first bookSheepfarmer s Daughter The Deed of Paksenarrion, Book 1 for me after telling her some of my favorite authors Now onto book 3 Oath of Gold The Deed of Paksenarrion, Book 3.


  14. Richard Alexander Richard Alexander says:

    The Deed of Paksenarrion is one of my favourite fantasy series of novels that I read again about once a year It shares company with Tolkein s novels, Cherryh s Chronicles of Morgaine, Cornish s Monster Blood Tattoo series and other great series If you like your fantasy stories to have great plots, excellent characters and to be really well written, then this series, beginning with Sheep Farmer s Daughter, is well worth reading.


  15. Marquis A. Crocker Marquis A. Crocker says:

    It was decent, but not as good as the first book in the series.


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