The Golden Shrine

The Golden Shrine

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North of the city of Nidaros, north of the forest, north of the steppes where the nomadic Bizogots hunt, a gap has opened in the ice-wall. And down through that gap come the men who call themselves "Rulers." Against the Rulers stands Count Hamnet Thyssen and his small band of friends. Perhaps Hamnet and his allies can save their lands from the Rulers. But first they must seek out the legendary Golden Shrine. An alternate-Bronze-Age epic begun in "Beyond the Gap."
Publisher: New York : Tor, 2009.
ISBN: 9780765317124
Characteristics: 336 p. ;,25 cm.


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Jul 18, 2013

Do yourself a favour and don't read this... It's a bunch of boring dialogue with a very whiney main character. There is only one good character in this book--a sarcastic,and might be gay, warrior. He pokes fun of everyone--which makes sense, because all the other characters are bland (By God! stop saying "By God!" every two sentences), or stupid... like our women obsesed, relationship drama magnet of a main character. Want good fantasy? Read "the fionavar tapestry" By Guy Gavriel Kay or "Black" "White" "Red" and "Green" By Ted Dekker.

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