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The sheepfarmer's daughter (the deed of paksenarrion) - Sheepfarmer s Daughter (The Deed of Paksenarrion Trilogy.



Authored by Elizabeth Moon , Sheepfarmer's Daughter is the introductory book to the world of Paksenarrion. The title refers to the eponymous protagonist Paksenarrion , who in the first pages flees her family's sheep farm after learning of her betrothal to a pig farmer to seek a new life as a soldier.

After running away from home to seek the more adventurous life of a soldier, Paks quickly learns that the life is less about fighting and more about chores. She also begins to see how much larger the world is beyond her home tucked away in the corner of Tsaia .

Bruised and bloodied, Paks sits in a cell, accused of assaulting Stephi, an officer. Upon further investigation, lead by Kolya , Paks is cleared of the charges; Korryn and Jens are found guilty of assaulting her instead and covering up the incident. Both men are dismissed from the company. Stephi is punished but do not find him at fault believing him to have been under the influence of a spell or potion.

Authored by Elizabeth Moon , Sheepfarmer's Daughter is the introductory book to the world of Paksenarrion. The title refers to the eponymous protagonist Paksenarrion , who in the first pages flees her family's sheep farm after learning of her betrothal to a pig farmer to seek a new life as a soldier.

After running away from home to seek the more adventurous life of a soldier, Paks quickly learns that the life is less about fighting and more about chores. She also begins to see how much larger the world is beyond her home tucked away in the corner of Tsaia .

Bruised and bloodied, Paks sits in a cell, accused of assaulting Stephi, an officer. Upon further investigation, lead by Kolya , Paks is cleared of the charges; Korryn and Jens are found guilty of assaulting her instead and covering up the incident. Both men are dismissed from the company. Stephi is punished but do not find him at fault believing him to have been under the influence of a spell or potion.

Oath of Fealty . Del Rey. March, 2010
ISBN: 978-0-345-50874-4 (0-345-50874-2)
eBook: 978-0-345-51899-6 (0-345-51899-3)

Kings of the North . Del Rey, March, 2011.
ISBN: 978-0-345-50875-1
eBook: 978-0-345-52479-9

Echoes of Betrayal . Del Rey. February, 2012.
ISBN: 978-0-345-50876-8
eBook: 978-0-345-52481-2

Authored by Elizabeth Moon , Sheepfarmer's Daughter is the introductory book to the world of Paksenarrion. The title refers to the eponymous protagonist Paksenarrion , who in the first pages flees her family's sheep farm after learning of her betrothal to a pig farmer to seek a new life as a soldier.

After running away from home to seek the more adventurous life of a soldier, Paks quickly learns that the life is less about fighting and more about chores. She also begins to see how much larger the world is beyond her home tucked away in the corner of Tsaia .

Bruised and bloodied, Paks sits in a cell, accused of assaulting Stephi, an officer. Upon further investigation, lead by Kolya , Paks is cleared of the charges; Korryn and Jens are found guilty of assaulting her instead and covering up the incident. Both men are dismissed from the company. Stephi is punished but do not find him at fault believing him to have been under the influence of a spell or potion.


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