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McIntosh unique style of writing draws one into the story.
Talk of these gods felt to me too much like wordy exposition and almost a shoe-horned in distraction from the palace intrigue that formed the majority of the novel.
The characters are interesting, the setting is unique and the story moves along at a steady pace.
Excellent book, really enjoyed from start to finish. Great characters and storyline.Published 7 months ago by Toni Hickey
I couldn't get into this story at all and gave up on it after 40-50 pages. The characters didn't seem to come to life and the plot was thin. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Gary [RVRoamer]
This is the first novel that I've read by Fiona McIntosh and I was very impressed. The characters are interesting, the setting is unique and the story moves along at a steady pace. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jmac
Interesting story line. Good characters you really begin to feel for them. Not the best book I have ever read but a good book.Published 12 months ago by rona
This was not my type of book, and I quit reading it after a few chapters. Although it was well-written, I did not click with the characters.Published 13 months ago by Pamela A. Morarre
I'm onto my second in the Percheron trilogy and really enjoying them. I don't know if the story line is complete fiction or based on any historical facts, but I find it very... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Glenda Risinger-Champagne
Once you got the rules and such and charachters, down it was very enjoyable. looking forward to the other two in the sagePublished 13 months ago by Mark Weissbaum
I enjoyed this first installment of the Percheron Saga, although I didn't find it particularly fresh. I felt that I have seen all this in movies and read it in other books. Read morePublished 13 months ago by KELA4sisters
The book was a page turner. I felt let down that such a plot had been pieced together but the story ended when it seemed that so much more should happen.Published 15 months ago by Patricia Marie Noack