Deed of Paksenarrion Reread?

20130725-211203.jpgI’ve been reading Oath of Fealty by Elizabeth Moon and I started thinking I might reread The Deed of Paksenarrion again. The copy at the left is the third copy I have owned. Yes, I’ve read it that many times. And yes, I’m ready to read it again.

I thought it would be fun to ask you guys if you wanted to join me.

Since I have read the book umpteen times, I could set up milestones for us to stop and discuss. For example, a good first stopping place might be when the Duke’s company first marches south. (If you’ve read the book, you probably know why it is a good place.)

If you’ve never read it, you could discover it while we reread. It is a wonderful series.

(And yes, I intend to review Oath of Fealty.)

Who’s with me?

 

9 thoughts on “Deed of Paksenarrion Reread?”

  1. I loved those books, and read them a couple of times myself. I saw that she finally came out with a new one and thought I should start the series from the beginning before I read that one. Any day now 🙂

  2. It amazes me that I haven’t read those. Now I know I will have to. Anything you have reread enough times to wear out copies I know I am going to fall in love with. Unfortunately it will likely be xmas before I can buy any new books. :<(

  3. I’ve never read Deeds of Paksenarrion. I’m hesitant to commit myself since life’s been kind of topsy-turvy, but I think a book discussion is a brilliant idea.

  4. I’ve been having a terrible time settling down with a books to read recently. I’ve started more books that I’m having trouble continuing with than usual. That said, I can try this, and see how it goes. {cross fingers hopefully, Smile}

    Anne Elizabeth Baldwin

  5. I don’t own a copy, I don’t think, so I’ll have to see if the library has one. I haven’t read the new book, because I was waiting to reread the older ones. And, of course, I am obsessively writing my own (#2 in the Baba Yaga series for Berkley) so I don’t have a lot of time to read…. I’m not sure if I’d be able to keep up.

    1. I’m also writing more than reading, so I expect it to take at least a week to read each book. I’ll just start posting and you can join in and reminisce, or read along–your choice!

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