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Author Topic: The Pillar by Kim Fielding  (Read 851 times)

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The Pillar by Kim Fielding
« on: June 10, 2015, 12:10 AM »
Name of the book: The Pillar
Genre: MM Romance, Historical
Book publish year: 2014
Rating (out of 5): 2
Brief intro: During his youth, orphaned thief Faris was flogged at the pillar in the town square and left to die. But a kind old man saved him, gave him a home, and taught him a profession. Now Faris is the herbalist for the town of Zidar, taking care of the injured and ill. He remains lonely, haunted by his past, and insecure about how his community views him. One night, despite his reluctance, he saves a dying slave from the pillar.
A former soldier, Boro has spent the last decade as a brutalized slave. Herbs and ointment can heal his physical wounds, but both men carry scars that run deep. Bound by the constraints of law and social class in 15th century Bosnia, Faris and Boro must overcome powerful enemies to protect the fragile happiness they’ve found.

Review: Dark, depressing. And some things just didn't work for me (maybe they would for you.)



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