Promised Valley Peace is the fourth and last novel in Ron Fritsch s Promised Valley series.Blue Sky and Wandering Star and the other conspirators and their allies from the first three novels give up on the gods, whose existence many of them doubt, and discover how to use horses in warfare They prepare to employ them in a last battle against the die hards led by the brutalPromised Valley Peace is the fourth and last novel in Ron Fritsch s Promised Valley series.Blue Sky and Wandering Star and the other conspirators and their allies from the first three novels give up on the gods, whose existence many of them doubt, and discover how to use horses in warfare They prepare to employ them in a last battle against the die hards led by the brutal War Cloud The purpose of the allies is to bring the prehistoric enemy hunters and farmers together as one people in a new kingdom and end warfare between them forever Individuals who partner with persons of the same gender are once again in the front lines, risking their lives for their peoples.The US Review of Books This story ties up all the loose ends and leaves the reader with closure and satisfaction as they turn the last page, assuring devotees of this tale a pleasing ending The friendship and affection between these youths is heartwarming, the sweeping action of the battles and combat is breathtaking, and the pacing is rapid fire and wastes none of the readers time While perhaps being a little graphic for younger readers, teenagers and adults will be swept away by the details that bring this saga to life and to its close Kirkus Indie Reviews The novel convincingly depicts a society in which homosexual relationships are conducted openly with no lessening of public esteem, and Fritsch handles the theme with a no fuss skill reminis
Promised Valley Peace Promised Valley Peace is the fourth and last novel in Ron Fritsch s Promised Valley series Blue Sky and Wandering Star and the other conspirators and their allies from the first three novels give up o
I really enjoyed this fourth book, and the rest of the series Some of the characters at least the ones that are still alive grow and mature as a generation passes The series is set in prehistoric times and though we don t know that much about this time, the story is believable, especially as the hill and valley people learn about their world and that it is not quite as small as they thought.I also thought it was realistic that peace would not be so easy despite people s best efforts, and the de [...]
Rebellion, War and Conspiracy, and it all begins with disaffected youth who rise up against the king and his officials when a prince is not allowed to marry the daughter of a mere farmer Into the boiling pot, you have the classes farmers, city dwellers, royalty, bureaucracy and you might be mistaken for believing you are reading a dissertation on life today and the risks to society that simmer below the surface until a seemingly innocuous event brings about conflict that has no way to end ie unt [...]
I have just finished reading Promised Valley Peace by author Ron Fritsch and overall I would have to say it was a good read Promised Valley Peace is the conclusion to Fritsch s four part Promised Valley series In Promised Valley Peace the series characters finally give up on their hopes of the Gods making their world into a better place Instead, they opt to make that happen for themselves I guess the saying that God helps those who help themselves is a true statement at least with regard to this [...]
This final instalment in the extraordinary Promised Valley series by Ron Fritsch delivered on the promise he made to readers in the first three books He promised an outstanding conclusion and a reward for those of us who have followed the lives of some of the most complex yet easily understood characters I ve come across If you have not already done so, now is the time to open Promised Valley Rebellion, the first book in the series, and immerse yourself in a perfectly created prehistoric world.