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C S McClellan
on Nov. 15, 2013 :
It's taken me too long to get around to writing a review. This is the third and last book of the Pagans series, and as much as I admired the first two, I think this is the best. It's a magnificent ending, even if not a happy one, and beautifully written, as Mr. Herley's books always are.
It moves forward in time, when the pagans have lost the battle for their way of life and a hierarchical religious institution has gained power over the land. Taggart's son, orphaned, is taken in and starts the long journey to priesthood. But life eventually exposes him to the realities outside his privileged enclave, and he is forced onto an entirely different path.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on March 11, 2010 :
The third of the Pagans novels, following Paoul from his childhood with the last of the remaining nomads, through to his training as a priest in the ruling hierarchy. Another page turner!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)