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Free read á PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook í Tim Akers Dair to stop the killing before it tears the land apart The Pagan Night is an epic of mad gods inuisitor priests holy knights bound to hunt and kill and noble houses fighting battles of politics prejudice and power. He was trying too hard The prose was pretentious misusing words a few times the setting was overdone Just irked me didn't suck me in Perhaps try again some other time when I haven't just finished books by really good authors

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The Pagan Night Free read ✓ 104 ↠ The Celestial Church has all but eliminated the old pagan ways ruling the people with an iron hand Demonic gheists terrorize the land hunted by the warriors of the Inuisition yet it’s the battling factions within the Church and age old hatreds between north and south that tear the land apart Malcolm Blakley The Celestial Church has all but eliminated the old pagan ways ruling the people with an iron hand Demonic gheists terrorize the land hunted by the warriors of the Inuisition yet it’s the battling factions within. Before we start there is nothing particularly new about this book If you are the type of person who reuires a book to shatter every possible trope then this is not for you Now for the rest of youThe land is divided The Northern people have mostly come to terms with the Southern invasion adopting their ways and their new faith There are still dissenters but they are few in number and reside in the shadows Yet some still hold to the pagan ways and try to return others to that faith But is the hand of man behind this pagan revival or is there something deeper and darker at playI liked this book It was gritty and dark with a twisting plot I do like twisting plots and strife aplenty The battle scenes were good the characters were not so much likable as believable which in a way makes them likable If that makes sense I've lost myself nowThe bad guys the real bad guys not the rebels are the highlight monsters that would not look out of place in the Cthulu mythos difficult to defeat but not indestructible The battle between the different beliefs is interesting with both sides surprise finding the other to be offensive but need to team up to save the day I listened to the audiobook version and the narrator was good applying the appropriate pacing for the story and showing enough diversity of voices to leave little uestion to which of the relatively sizable cast was speaking So this is Book 1 in The Hallowed War series and a sure sign of enjoying a book is whether one will continue on and read Book 2 And one will

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The Pagan NightThe Church and age old hatreds between north and south that tear the land apart Malcolm Blakley hero of the Reaver War seeks to end the conflict between men yet it will fall to his son Ian and the huntress Gwen A. I've been meaning for months to write this review ever since the nights I stayed up late to finish it The book is definitely a page turner with complex characters reacting realistically to complex problems in their world I have really enjoyed Akers' previous works; he does an excellent job of world building and character development but precisely for those reasons his short fiction was very frustrating because I was allowed only a small glimpse into a fascinating world I always felt that the world of each of Akers' stories had so many other possible stories within it In reading this novel I felt satisfied with the ability to explore the world Akers created and I'm really looking forward to the next two novelsThe sword fighting image on the cover may be misleading to some readers and might cause some to overlook the novel I know I wouldn't have picked it up if I hadn't already been familiar with the author That would be a mistake Yes the book contains some violence but that's not the focus of the story and in fact nothing happens gratuitously whether violent sexual magical etc nothing feels like it's been added forcibly to keep the plot going Female readers in particular will be pleased and really all readers should be to note that the story includes female warriors as a matter of course rather than having just one role defying female warrior as an anomaly While female warriors are less common than male warriors in the world of The Pagan Night becoming a warrior is a valid and acceptable choice for a woman That's just one of the ways in which Akers' characters demonstrate true human complexity and variability rather than conforming to stereotypes whether gender related or otherwise Whether you read a lot of fantasy fiction or not if you enjoy good writing with well developed characters in a well paced and riveting plot then you will not regret buying this book