Horizon

Horizon

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In a world where malices--remnants of ancient magic--can erupt with life-destroying power, only soldier-sorcerer Lakewalkers have mastered the ability to kill them. But Lakewalkers keep their uncanny secrets--and themselves--from the farmers they protect, so when patroller Dag Redwing Hickory rescued farmer girl Fawn Bluefield, neither expected to fall in love, join their lives in marriage, or defy both their kin to seek new solutions to the perilous split between their peoples
Publisher: New York, NY : Eos, [2009]
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2009
ISBN: 9780061375361
0061375365
Branch Call Number: SF Bujold, L 300.4 2009
Characteristics: 453 pages : map ; 24 cm

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andreareads
Aug 30, 2015

Some interesting surprises at the end.

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rixonkarla
Jul 28, 2012

This book is the fourth in Bujold gorgeous romantic Sharing Knife series, and it lives up to the first three books.

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reginac
Apr 13, 2011

Bujold does not do as well writing romances. I've loved her Miles books and her other series so much, it's hard to believe she could stumble. But these books possess none of the crisp, witty views of the world she creates. This is more fevered imagination with the emphasis on fevered. Too bad.

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CindyL
Apr 12, 2011

I agree with Tardis (below). This is the fourth book of a series. Unlike authors of some series, Bujold does not prep you much with what has already gone on before in the story. This is not a negative in my mind. The whole series is well-worth reading. I got thoroughly hooked after book #1. book #2 was very good, book #3 OK, and this book, #4, very good.

Bujold, in this series explores the various aspects of prejudice and set beliefs. She does it with a great set of characters, an imaginative saga of daring deeds and romance, with some truly awesome monsters thrown in for good measure.

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olgalivshin
Mar 04, 2011

Borrowed Jul, 09, 2009

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Albertasaurus
Feb 02, 2011

Hold for G-J

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andreareads
Aug 30, 2015

She had never been much for other people’s babies, though she’d always expected to quite like her own. Still . . . just how scary was it to be handed a baby you couldn’t hand back?

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andreareads
Aug 30, 2015

"The boy’s besotted with her.”
“I wonder if she realizes that?” Dag was put in mind of Fawn when he’d first met her, lumbered with desperate self-doubts. How could all these young women not _know_ how lovely they were?

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andreareads
Aug 30, 2015

That wasn’t luck, that was preparation. Know the difference. Preparation, you can control.

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