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"A thoughtful and skillful author."
--Cleveland Plain Dealer

One of the most respected writers in the field of speculative fiction, Lois McMaster Bujold has won numerous accolades and awards, including the Nebula and Locus Awards as well as the fantasy and science fiction genre's most prestigious honor, the Hugo Award for Best Novel, four times (most recently for Paladin of Souls). With The Sharing Knife series, Bujold creates a brand new world fraught with peril, and spins an extraordinary romance between a young farm girl and the brave sorcerer-soldier entrusted with the defense of the land against a plague of vicious malevolent beings. In Passage, volume three in Bujold's breathtaking saga of love, loyalty, and courage in the face of bigotry and dark magic, the devoted wedded lovers Fawn Bluefield and Dag Redwing Hickory are joined by new companions in their quest to find peace, acceptance, and a place in a most dangerous world.

Publisher: New York : Eos, c2008
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780061375330
Branch Call Number: SF BUJ
Characteristics: 437 p. :,map ;,24 cm


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Sep 25, 2012

Book 3 of Bujold's fantasy/romance follows our heroes, and the rag tag bag of misfits they adopt, downriver on Boss Berry (a tall blonde)'s flatboat. Although our romantic leads are now comfortably married, there is another romance brewing in the crew. As before there is evil to be faced and overcome and Lakewalker magic to be understood. Bujold spins out believeable characters with apparent ease and if you can take the deliberate pacing you will enjoy the new characters as well as the old.

Jul 28, 2012

This is the third book in the Sharing Knife series, and its just as beautiful and endearing as the others.

Mar 04, 2011

Borrowed Dec, 24, 2008


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