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Righteous Anger (Okal Rel Saga #2)

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It is about Horth Nersal, who, as a language-impaired child, learns to compensate for his shortcomings with an inborn "talent" ... which turns out not to be only useful in achieving his personal conquests but also for settling family disagreements - often with fatal results. In Horthas world, bio-engineered humans (Sevolites) dominate the rest of humanity in a curiously ...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published May 30th 2007 by Edge (first published December 6th 2006)
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Lynda
Nov 21, 2008 Lynda rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Part 2 of the Okal Rel saga introduces Horth Nersal, the champion and unlikely innovator who remains a strong presence throughout the rest of the series. Those who like to classify consider this one the "boy" book of the first two in the saga and while many readers enjoy the whole thing, this is the one I recommend as the starting point for those who like men of action and few words.
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Jun 26, 2014 Stephanie Johanson rated it it was amazing
When I really get into a book, so much so that I cry and laugh out loud, I start hoping for more pages. It doesn’t matter how well the story at the length that it is. I will want more. That is the way it was as I read Righteous Anger.

I am not good with names, so getting to know the characters in a novel can often be a struggle for me, especially if there are a lot of people to keep track of. The first chapter of Righteous Anger had me worried, but the story pulled me right in. Lynda Williams cr
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Hal
Oct 14, 2010 Hal rated it it was amazing
Righteous Anger tells the story of Horth, a boy of few words unafraid to stand up for the principles he believes in. The story follows along with the dense and intriguing politics of the Okal Rel universe, told from the perspective of someone who doesn't understand the frivolities entwining everyone around him. As he grows and sharpens his clear, but unique sense of logic along with his sword-fighting abilities, Horth rises to the challenges of living both in the Empire's heart at Fountain Court ...more
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The Okal Rel universe of author Lynda Williams is peopled by larger-than-life characters whose cross-cultural dramas address the Big Questions of negotiating sex, power, science, change and finding people to believe in.

Originally published by Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing, the series was taken over by its author in 2014, through Reality Skimming Press. The new micro-presses titles a
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Okal Rel Saga (10 books)
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  • Pretenders (Okal Rel Saga, #3)
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  • Far Arena (Okal Rel Saga, #5)
  • Avim's Oath (Okal Rel Saga, #6)
  • Healer's Sword (Okal Rel Saga #7)
  • Gathering Storm (Okal Rel, #8)
  • Holy war (Okal Rel Saga #9)
  • Unholy Science (Okal Rel Saga, #10)

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