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- Print Length: 297 pages
- Publication Date: September 21, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00FCWPZ60
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The Great Law of Peace (The Peacemaker Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Saadia is a writer strong enough to pick you up and put you down, whole cloth, in her world -- int his case, the world of ancient America, where she has woven a multi-volume saga appreciated by all those value historical fiction that blazes new trails.
Two Rivers and his most loyal follower, Tekeni, face their greatest trials in this third book of the Peacemaker series: they must organize the people into a group who will talk to their warrior neighbors. The two most travel far and wide, infecting those they met with a zeal for unity... a daunting task, but these two heroic people know that they must give their full attention to achieving The great Peace, or the opportunity may be lost forever...
Tired of the same old hackneyed historical plots. Try Zoe Saadia's works, and you will go places you've never been and meet characters you come to value as friends.
However, the women they loved had different ideas. Neither was prepared to sit and wait patiently. Taking action seemed like the better course to both, but each went about it in her own, very different, fashion.
Though The Great Law of Peace is a work of historical fiction, I believe it will appeal to lovers of fantasy as well. The world of the Five Nations is vividly drawn, with strong characters, and much at stake.
Our Nation owes a great debt of gratitude to the "Peace Keeper" and his wisdom we so freely adopted as our own ideas.