Structured similarly to the first book , it has three sections. It still does not mean what she thinks it means. Perhaps she means polliwog? I do not know!
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Shelves: re-reading , fantasy , sci-fi Thus ends the first half of the Saga of Pliocene Exile. The main conflict between the Tanu overlords and the downtrodden humans that has been brewing for years Thus ends the first half of the Saga of Pliocene Exile. The main conflict between the Tanu overlords and the downtrodden humans that has been brewing for years behind the perennial ancestral war of the Tanu and Firvulag is coming to a head. It is not a simple us-vs-them dicotomy, however, given that many humans are more than happy with the state of affairs under the Tanu regime, and not even those who oppose them are all coming from the same place.
It follows the other members of the Green group. It was a good continuation of the overall story. We get more information on the Tanu and Firvulag. Part of me wishes there were books on just them, with no pesky human involvement. Humans mess everything up. Not going to say anything regarding the overall story, if you have read this out of order, you must be lost, more lost than our Group Green. I do have to read the next book : The Nonborn King to get to the end of This is second in the series.
I do have to read the next book : The Nonborn King to get to the end of the story, it is by no means done.
The Golden Torc, Julian May
The Golden Torc