The Golden Shrine

The Golden Shrine

eBook - 2010
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When the glacier-neighboring city of Nidaros is invaded by mammoth-riding conquerors, the nomadic Bizogot race is decimated by the attackers' magic and plagues, causing a small band of heroes, including a cannibal shaman, to rise in order to save their land
Publisher: New York : Tor, [2010, 2009]
Edition: First mass market edition
Copyright Date: ©2009
ISBN: 9781429980548
1429980540
0765356406
9780765356406
Branch Call Number: eBook--Adult
Characteristics: data file
1 online resource (438 pages)

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AngelVanDam
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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