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Fast action and a developing world,
This review is from: The Parafaith War: A Novel (Paperback)
This is one of modesitt's earlier books, and it shows - the action is fast, with many vignettes, and fewer of the pauses for thought by its main character found in his later books. That said, the grinding repetition of the opening scenes justify the character's later actions, and contribute nicely to his development.
Modesitt's worlds have matured in his later works, but this book shows some of his foundation thinking and provides a nice view of the developing worlds. The story itself is worth reading - and a warning to all who use religion in a jingoistic fashion to proclaim war.