The Jongurian Mission

The Jongurian Mission In the West a fragile peace has held the bickering provinces of Adjuria together for the past twenty years In the East the Empire of Jonguria has been bound together for generations by force But now

  • Title: The Jongurian Mission
  • Author: Greg Strandberg
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 459
  • Format: ebook
  • In the West, a fragile peace has held the bickering provinces of Adjuria together for the past twenty years In the East, the Empire of Jonguria has been bound together for generations by force.But now both countries are losing their grip Will an Adjurian Royal Council offer up a solution, or will politics prevail Can two ancient enemies bind their wounds, or is their hoIn the West, a fragile peace has held the bickering provinces of Adjuria together for the past twenty years In the East, the Empire of Jonguria has been bound together for generations by force.But now both countries are losing their grip Will an Adjurian Royal Council offer up a solution, or will politics prevail Can two ancient enemies bind their wounds, or is their hope for reconciliation, the Jongurian Mission, doomed from the start Join a motley group of war veterans tasked with opening up a reclusive country But when their mission of peace suddenly turns deadly, all bets are off, and the Jongurian Mission takes on a whole new meaning survival.

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    1. Bryn, the young nephew of an Adjurian official, sets out with his uncle on his first adventure off the farm to attend a trade conference in Adjuria's capital city. The journey is meant to educate the young farm boy about his country and its politics and give him a perspective that farm life can't. The journey provides all of that and much more! The Jongurian Mission by Greg Strandberg accounts Bryn's travels and adventures in the fictional kingdoms of Adjuria and Jonguria, two rival countries wi [...]

    2. I rarely get the time to read substantial books of epic fiction anymore (too many commitments on my time), but I am certainly glad I took the time to read this book. The author has created something truly remarkable, a whole well-developed world with a detailed history and interesting fleshed out characters. The world of the Jongurian Mission reminded me of Game of Thrones and in many ways this book seems to be a homage to this genre. I thoroughly enjoyed it and recommend it highly.5/5 stars

    3. The Jongurian Mission is the story of a young farmer named Bryn who lives in the country of Adjuria. Bryn's uncle, the official of their state, takes him to a trade conference in the Adjurian capital to teach him about politics. At the conference, Bryn's uncle advocates for reestablishing trade with the foreign country of Jonguria. Trade ceased between the countries due to war, and after Bryn helps to sway the vote in favor of his uncle's proposal, Bryn, his uncle, and several delegates who vote [...]

    4. **review of an older edition. the book has since been revised/is undergoing revision**Young Bryn thinks he's going to spend the rest of his life moving rocks on his uncle's farm. Then his other uncle, an Adjurian trade official, shows up saying it's time Bryn saw the world. Bryn goes with his uncle to an important trade conference in the capital city, then on a trade mission to one-time enemy Jonguria, where things turn far more dangerous and deadly than you would expect from a simple trade miss [...]

    5. This book tore me in half. The story is great and kept me involved, but two things were, to me, very distracting; if not for those I would have said 4.5 stars.First, far too much description. We're a third of the way into the book before the story gets going. Pages upon pages describing every single boat in a harbor and every article of clothing on every single person in the palace (most of whom we'll never meet again)'s too much unnecessary information.Second, this needs editing badly. There ar [...]

    6. Very descriptiveIf you're a fan of feel like you're there descriptions of place and time, this is a fantastic book for you. The action scenes work well too. For me it was a bit of a long read, but not one I regret. I may continue in the series, but not until I knock out some others in my reading queue.

    7. After a bit of a slow start this turned into a thoroughly entertaining adventure tale. The characters on the whole are well drawn and the writing more than competent. I ended up caring about what happened to the group of Adjurians and will certainly pick up the other books in the series.

    8. The book was OK. The opener was slow, it was predictable to the very end. Even the quasi cliffhanger, which is a queue to having planned multiple books.

    9. This is a historical fantasy with familiar political issues roiling with pitched battles on raging seas; and adventure that will keep you on the edge of your seat and eager for more.

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