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2 Ratings: 3.0
A book by Meg Davis

Pax is a pre-teen level fantasy about the world of the Golden Circle and its lost princess. The four peoples of the land, Elves, Dwarves, Humans, and Renali, need to unite once more to find her and defeat the enemy.

Author: Meg Davis
Genre: Fantasy
Publisher: Booklocker.com, Inc.
Date Published: December 17, 2003
2 reviews about PAX
review by . December 26, 2005
These are dark times for the people of the Golden Circle Alliance. The elves, dwarves and humans have been defeated by a nameless enemy from the north, shattering the alliance. Just before the end, King Thine, leader of the alliance, hid his daughter (and heir) so well that many thorough searches have failed to find her.    This might not be so significant, except for the fact that the end of the Golden Circle Alliance had long been prophesied. Also prophesied was the emergence …
review by . November 15, 2004
Pax is the story of a young girl whose simple quiet life suddenly transforms into a complicated noble destiny. Pax had lived in an isolated house hidden in the forest. Her only companions were her aged guardian Noria and Gnone the trader. Noria on her deathbed tells Pax of her true destiny, as the savior of all the four lands: Humans, Elves, Dwarves, and Renalions.    Pax is a well written interesting fantasy aimed at teenagers. The characters are interesting and the author has …
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