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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Paksenarrion (Fictitious character),
  • Imaginary wars and battles,
  • Conspiracies,
  • Women soldiers,
  • Betrayal,
  • Elves,
  • Fiction

Book details:

About the Edition

A re-emergence of magic after centuries of absence sparks brutal pogroms throughout the Eight Kingdoms, pitting a group of resolute heroes against the machinations of a vicious traitor.

Edition Notes

Sequel to: Echoes of betrayal.

StatementElizabeth Moon
SeriesPaladin"s legacy
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3563.O557 L56 2013
The Physical Object
Pagination492 pages
Number of Pages492
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27144940M
ISBN 100345533062
ISBN 109780345533067, 9780345533074
LC Control Number2012051392
OCLC/WorldCa828190141

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Andrew J. Bacevich is professor emeritus of history and international relations at Boston University. A graduate of both the U.S. Military Academy and Princeton University, he served in the U.S. Army for twenty-three years. His recent books include The Limits of Power, America’s War for the Greater Middle East, and Twilight of the American Century.   Book The Limits of Power. The World and United States Foreign Policy, ‐, by J and G Kolko revd by G Smith.   Andrew J. Bacevich thinks our political system is busted. In “The Limits of Power: The End of American Exceptionalism,” he argues that the country’s founding principle — freedom — has. The essential concept in this book is the 'power of limits.' Doczi shows that this limiting factor is the golden section. And he does it using almost no math! The golden section has the powerful quality that division or expansion by this proportion always leads to harmonious growth. No matter how small or large is the division, there is never /5().

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