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Famous for her science fiction, Lois McMaster Bujold is an underrated fantasy author.
This foray into the fantasy world carries with it Bujold's wonderful ability to create a rich world and characters with, well, character!
With interesting and compelling characters and a intriguing story, this book is a great read.
I am a new fan of Bujold's writing style. Caz is one of the best characters I have seen put to paper. The opening chapter alone had me on a roller coaster of emotions. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Albert Freeman
This is an extremely well written fantasy novel. The depth of character development is unusual. Not as much action as most fantasy readers likely expect, but If you appreciate... Read morePublished 1 month ago by John - CookEatShare
I love that the main character is one who just does the best he can. The women are not super women but learn how to take their fates in their own hands, may this be a lesson in... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Beverly hays
Loved it! I seldom read fantasy novels, because the worlds they depict are seldom "real" enough to make me suspend disbelief and enter happily into the conceit. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pagurus
I seem to be drawn to sarcastic heroes who stand up to their gods... and these books (the three Chalion books) fit that bill perfectly. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bruce
A great book. Different from other fantasy novels but for all the good reasons. Highly recommendedPublished 1 month ago by MrGuy
All of her books are great reads, but The Curse of Chailon is a masterpiece. Worth reading more than once &
Gets better every time I read it.
Read this book for the third time and I'm still crazy about it. I've donated a lot of paperbacks in favor of eBooks but this one has earned a place on my physical bookshelf... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Daphne A. Ignatius