Paths of Intimate Contention (The Sixth World of Men #2)
What has he done to her? She would never agree to that unless he had done something horrible to her. Degmer just knows that Neaotomo had done something to Laysa while she was away. Then she sees how nicely Neaotomo is treating Laysa and how rudely he is treating her. Could Laysa really be cooperating with Neaotomo as he says? In Paths of Intimate Contention, Degmer's puzzl...more
There are some parts that are so intense that I felt real emotion as I read them. Yet, these parts were done with great taste. Somehow, Walter Mark manages to ramp up the intensity without resorting to crudeness or explicitness. This is a book that I wouldn't mind letting my 14 year old daughter read, even...more
There was a real sense of mystery and revelation in the Temeos and Abin storylines. The revelations in the beginning of the book set up the plot for this part of the story well.
Excellent book. I can't wait for the next book in this series.
it was very easy to become emotionally connected to each of the characters and...more
The book answers some questions that were left open at the end of A Beacon of Hope, gives hints at other answers and leaves selection questions unanswered.
A graduate of Malone College in Canton, Ohio and of Massilon Baptist College in Massillon, Ohio, he holds a masters degree in Education and a bachelors degree in English. Formerly a high school teacher of twenty years, he and his wife Wendy now live in New Boston, Michigan where he is employed as a computer technician. They have a daughter and a son.