Absolution In Book of the Sanctuary series the last of the prosecutions relating to the coup attempt are winding down Civil liberties are restored and there is a renewed movement to end mandatory marriage and

  • Title: Absolution
  • Author: P.J.O'Brien
  • ISBN: 9781311921222
  • Page: 480
  • Format: ebook
  • In Book 3 of the Sanctuary series, the last of the prosecutions relating to the coup attempt are winding down Civil liberties are restored and there is a renewed movement to end mandatory marriage and to abolish the monarchy Master Tehv, the son of the assassinated king, leaves the palace ostensibly to assist at his uncle s training camp for the kinetically uncoordinatedIn Book 3 of the Sanctuary series, the last of the prosecutions relating to the coup attempt are winding down Civil liberties are restored and there is a renewed movement to end mandatory marriage and to abolish the monarchy Master Tehv, the son of the assassinated king, leaves the palace ostensibly to assist at his uncle s training camp for the kinetically uncoordinated His real reason is to avoid his Little Parents, whose political machinations he blames for his father s death His cousin, Prince Nor, goes to work in a transportation company after his younger brother is crowned instead of him He busies himself tracking a mysterious stranger, who is described alternately as a champion for justice and a coldblooded terrorist Meanwhile, a convicted mass murderer plots one last series of hits from his deathbed As the palace born cousins look for love and a new life in the commoner world, a war breaks out in neighboring countries that spills over into Sanctuary.The Sanctuary series is a set of stories told episodically over the course of ten years Over time, they were combined into books for easier tracking and distribution Although background information is repeated periodically throughout the books to help those who haven t read the earlier portions, many find it best to start from the beginning book, Surviving Sanctuary and then go on to Grave climbing before beginning this one Of course, you re always welcome to dive in at any point you wish Sanctuary is a very welcoming, if imaginary, place The series itself is a speculative ethnology set in a culture where alternative ways of looking at things are encouraged, if not outright necessary for survival.

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    1. P.J.O'Brien

      O Brien, a somewhat optimistic rurally raised resident of a northeastern US city infamous for its gritty hopelessness, is primarily a reader She was challenged to write a genre bending mystery after losing an argument with ducks about the inevitability of violence She dreamed up a country founded upon the ideals of fairness and peace, and then added characters that had to abide by the framework of their culture They were given the traditional provocations to fighting e.g limited resources, invasions, religious ideological differences as well as some natural horrors that plague people The characters were allowed to evolve on their own and respond to crises as they saw fit They had only to be true to their culture, retain essential elements of modern humanity, and be charming when not dealing with threats that could potentially end the world as they knew it.After four books, they felt they had fully addressed the most essential questions of suffering, violence, love, and happiness, and still retain their sense of humor And did they That s for you and the ducks to decide The author has turned back to reading, which is what she s happiest doing You can download most of each book at Smashwords or most other places where epubs are available Coupons for free or reduced prices for addicted readers are available Send me a message to find out .

    125 thoughts on “Absolution”

    1. Trying to write a review of a book like this is a bit like trying to review the middle one-third of [Insert Favorite Epic Here]. For starters, it's not really a stand-alone thing, it's one of two middle volumes in a sprawling four-volume novel that spans a period from 1985 through the mid 2000s and involves hundreds of named characters.This volume begins just about where the previous volume left off, finishes up a significant chapter in Sanctuarian history, and then starts to follow the lives of [...]



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