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by Mercedes Lackey

Category: Action and Adventure
Subcategory: Fiction
Author: Mercedes Lackey
ISBN: 1417751282
ISBN13: 978-1417751280
Language: English
Publisher: San Val (October 2003)
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Exile's Honor (2002). Exile's Valor (2003). Despite limited time in Valdemar, there were references in the first two Vows and Honor books to the Companions of Valdemar which laid early hints to their nature. The introduction of a fourfold deity (Tarma's Goddess) was something of a novel idea at the time of publication. This is a stand-alone novel which connects the Vows & Honor sub-series to the Heralds and other trilogies; it introduces the character Kerowyn who features therein. Kerowyn is the granddaughter of Kethry from the Vows and Honor sub-series.

Mercedes Lackey is a full-time writer and has published numerous novels and works of short fiction, including the best-selling Heralds Of Valdemar series.

view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. Mercedes Lackey is a full-time writer and has published numerous novels and works of short fiction, including the best-selling Heralds Of Valdemar series. She is also a professional lyricist and a licensed wild bird rehabilitator. She lives in Oklahoma with her husband, artist Larry Dixon, and their flock of parrots.

EXILE’S HONOR easily stands alone. A newcomer to. the series will enjoy it. It is also a bit of pleasant wish. SILVER stamped restively as another horse on the picket line shifted and blundered into his hindquarters. Alberich clucked to quiet him and patted the stallion’s neck; the beast swung his head about to blow softly into the young Captain’s hair. Alberich smiled a little, thinking wistfully that the stallion was perhaps the only creature in the entire camp that felt anything like friendship for him.

Let me start by saying that I usually really enjoy Mercedes Lackey's writing, and I have read quite a bit of her Elemental Masters and 500 Kingdoms series with pleasure.

ExileтАЩs Honor A Novel Of Valdemar Mercedes Lackey 2002. Novels By Mercedes Lackey The Heralds Of Valdemar Arrows Of The Queen ArrowтАЩs Flight ArrowтАЩs Fall The Last Herald-Mage MagicтАЩs Pawn MagicтАЩs Promise MagicтАЩs Price The Mage Winds Winds Of Fate Winds Of Change Winds Of Fury The Mage Storms Storm Warning Storm Rising Storm Breaking KerowynтАЩs Tale.

Vows and Honor chronicles the adventures of Tarma and Kethry, swordswoman and sorceress, bound by a blood oath to carry on their mutual fight against evil. Together they will set forth to fulfill a destiny neither could have imagine. antasy Sci-fi & Fantasy.

Mercedes Lackey is a full-time writer and has published numerous novels and works of short fiction, including the best-selling Heralds Of Valdemar series

Mercedes Lackey is a full-time writer and has published numerous novels and works of short fiction, including the best-selling Heralds Of Valdemar series.

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Mercedes Lackey has captured my imagination and interest through so many generations of the Valdemar series. You cannot go wrong with this series. I own every single book in the series - and will keep it that way until there are no other books to purchase. I do wish that the Kindle version (and some of the "standard" versions) included Larry Dixon's art. Amazing Artists!!! The both of them!

The main character is once again Alberich and I can relate to him in sooo many ways! Questioning right from wrong, sentence syntax (I'm trying to learn multiple languages and he is spot on with his frustrations). Big tough guy with a golden heart that he keeps carefully hidden behind a stern demeanor.
I have read all of Lackey's Valdemar series multiple times. Two summers ago, I read them all in the order they were published and viewed the development of both the Herald/Companion relationship and Valdemar mythos. This past summer, I read them chronologically from the Mage Wars on, which contributed another layer to my perception of what Lackey has created.

After much debate, I have decided that Exile's Valor is her best and my favorite. Often, her stories are told from the point of view of the Herald who is going to be at the center of the angst and tragedy (Vanyel, Talia, Kerowyn, Karal). In those works, we get the insider's perspective. We live Vanyel's tragedy; we experience Talia's torture; we go through Kerowyn's struggles; we come of age with Karal. Those stories focus on the sorrow and angst and tragedy that directly and immediately affects the main character.

But, with the development of Alberich's character, we get the outsider's perspective - not only an outsider in the sense of his being from Karse and outside the Valdermar experience - but also in the sense that he is outside the tragedy of the tale. Oh, he experiences the tragedy, but his perspective is from the outside, not from the person at the true heart of the tragedy. (For that to be the case, we would get far more development and insight into Selenay's character.) In that sense, Exile's Valor is a real leap for Lackey, and she carries it off masterfully.

Additionally, I find the relationship between Alberich and Kantor to be second only to Vanyel and Yfandes. Yet, even saying that, I feel that Alberich's relationship with Kantor is the most adult and the most equal. Kantor, for me, has far more voice and personality than many of the other Companions.

Thus, Exile's Valor is my favorite.
A easy smooth entertainment. I love the goodness,adventure between the main character s. Always a exciting story. Love to get this on Audible but with a good narrator. This is sometimes not the case and that is a real shame.
I thought that this book was one of the best in the Valdemar series. I admit that I am biased; I love all the books that Mercedes Lackey writes about Valdemar(especially the Herald Mage series) and would buy just about anything she produces, but I believe that characterisation is her strength and was a little disappointed to miss some of that richness in a couple of her recent novels. However, in Exile's Honor she has come back to full strength! I thought that the characterisations in this book were as good as anything she has done.
The story expands on a short story that I originally read in HorseFantastic which told how Alberich, then a loyal Captain in the Karse army, was rescued from Karse (and being burned alive), by a Companion who took him to Valdemar. Fans know Alberich from other stories of Queen Selanay's reign but the transformation of an intensely honorable man from being a loyal son of Karse to an equally loyal weaponsmaster in Valdemar without compromising his honor is a wonderful story. It is also a story which, to my mind manages to be upbeat, despite some pretty intense descriptions of battles, without ever becoming sentimental.
The book describes Selanay when she was the heir apparent - thereby shedding light on her character - and explains how she ascended the throne. It also introduces the Grove born Companion, Rolan - so it is a 'must read' for those who want to know all about Valdemar.
I strongly recommend this book. It could, I think be read alone, but I think that readers who are familiar with Valdemar will probably enjoy it even more . Buy it and enjoy!
Our first look at a Karsite character! He got to Valdemar in a rather unusual manner. He was a mess when he arrived, and he won't even wear a proper uniform! Then they made him Weapons Master! And oh wow! The new Weapon's Master is Scary!!! He is also not trusted, simply because he IS Karsite! He has a lot to prove!
Another great tale from Misty Lackey--an exile from another land, vowed to protect a young Queen Selenay, uses his considerable skills in disguise, fighting, and diplomacy to protect her against the young prince who isn't what he seems.
It takes all his efforts--and those of his wondrous Companion--to protect her from those who plot long against Selenay--and against Valdemar itself.
This was the first of the Valdemar stories I read (in paperback form) and it's the third time I'Ve read it. I love the story line and the concept. The story is well balanced with elements of mystery, suspense, and action. She adds a nice variety of emotion appropriate to the events and characters. Easy to read, hard to put down. Only complaint is that there are a number of misspellings (in both the book form and electronic form) but editor /reader should have picked up. If you like stories where there is communication between animals and/or people, I recommend this book as well as the rest of the series.
I was curious about Alberich's past after reading about him in other books. This book can stand alone and it perfectly explains why Alberich acts the way he does in the books that fall later in the timeline. Yet another captivating book by an author who is quickly becoming one of my favorites!
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