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Surrender None

By: Elizabeth Moon
Narrated by: James Patrick Cronin
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Paksenarrion was the finest paladin her world would ever see. But Paksenarrion could never have become a fighter at all had it not been for he who had come before: Gird, the liberator, who taught his people that they could fight - and win - against their Mage-born rulers.

And after Gird came one more: Luap, Gird's sworn follower and the king's half-breed bastard. Riven by internal conflict, Luap dare not lie and cannot tell the truth, nor face the future.

©2017 Elizabeth Moon (P)2017 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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How can you not love Gird?!

This is probably my favorite of all the Paksenarrion books. Going back a hundred years or more before Paks was born, Moon tells the story of the simple and extraordinary farmer who starts the peasant revolt, which eventually becomes an entire religion and one of the cultural cornerstones of Paksenarrion’s world. The backstory element is fun naturally, but this story is just fantastic all by itself. It’s all about the triumph of goodness, justice, honor and mercy and the sacrifices that make it possible (themes that always feature in Moons work) embodied in compelling complicated, flawed characters who tromp through all kinds of non-stop interesting military action. Through it all you never loose the completely believable sense of who Gird is, an extraordinary paradox and one of my all time favorite protagonists.

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One of the best of its kind.

If you are looking for a story about a boy who comes of age and eventually saves the world, this is one of the best in that cannon. #tagsgiving and #sweepstakes

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Gird's story

This one gave me goosebumps, especially at the end. What an amazing story...it explains much!

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Boring. Plodding. Awful

This book is terrible, and it’s plodding writing is utterly unhelped by the monotonous reading by the narrator.

Awful. And I’m a huge fan of the series.

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Great thoughts inspiring

If this book doesn't bring emotions out then you are dead in mind and heart

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An adventure and story of becoming!

Excellent story, the characters develop while the story builds. I was even more interested as it progressed!