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Lady Pain (Gil Trilogy #3)

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Roaming the known and unknown oceans, one man hopes to defeat once and for all the private demon within him-a power that is coming ever closer to destroying everything he holds dear.
Paperback, 336 pages
Published June 1st 2001 by Ace (first published 1998)
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3.5 stars

Tigrallef, having saved Gil, destroyed its divine icon, and escaped from unhappy marriage, has spent twenty years trying to get rid of the supernatural force that shares his body (and that he calls 'the Pain'). At last, having run short of leads, he and his companions head back to Gil. There, things get worse - the new rulers of Gil capture them all, and the Pain is getting worse and worse.

All good things must end. The Gil trilogy is one of those good things. Unf
This little-known fantasy series is one of my favorites, and this one, the last in the trilogy, is my favorite of the three.
Jean Tatro
This book was... whoa. It took me a long time to get into because it is quite a departure from the first two in the series - it picks up after a major time skip with a completely different narrator, who has a very different voice. Fortunately there is a very good reason for the change.

It was well worth adjusting to the changes because this is one of those amazing, underrated fantasy series. This brings everything to the table that the previous two had, though it's tempered appropriately for the
I remember really enjoying this series, and devoured it in about a week. Remember it being fairly fast-paced and full of an interesting cast of characters. I'd like to re-read the series again since it's been quite a few years.
I liked it although I thought it left a few unanswered questions. That's what the next book is for though. Took a little while to keep me interested. But, once it had me I was hooked.
The best book in this trilogy was the frist. This was an end to the epic, but not as satisfying. Very internal and not a lot of action.
Kristin Brenemen
This one is different than the first two, being told by a third party. But still I enjoyed this easy read.
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Rebecca Bradley was born in Vancouver, Canada in 1952. She received a Ph.D. from Cambridge in archeology, and spent eighteen years living in England, Ulster, Kuwait and Hong Kong before returning to live in Calgary with her husband and children. She teaches archaeology part-time at Mount Royal College.
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