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The Novels of Tiger and Del, Volume III (Tiger and Del #5-6)

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The thrilling concluding novels in the epic adventures of Tiger, the hardened Southron sword-dancer, and Del, the beautiful and dangerous northern sword-singer. Filled with dramatic action, danger, magic, and the crackling repartee and verbal fireworks which have made the Sword series a fantasy fan favorite
Paperback, 816 pages
Published April 4th 2006 by DAW
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Sarah
Feb 20, 2015 Sarah rated it it was amazing
I can't say enough about this series. I am NOT a big "epic fantasy" reader but these had everything I love: romance, action, suspense, and above all just GOOD writing. I always shy away from these types of books because I can be picky about not wanting too much gore/violence and I hate fantasy worlds that are too complex or hard to understand. NOT SO with this series. You don't have to be a rocket scientist to understand them and at the same time, they are brilliantly and beautifully written so ...more
Jennifer
Sep 06, 2016 Jennifer rated it it was amazing
I love this series. I procrastinated a bit finishing this last volume, and now I'm sad that it's over. Fantastic ending though - it leaves nothing to be desired, I've just grown attached to the characters and don't want to let them go yet.
Nicolet
Aug 20, 2009 Nicolet rated it it was amazing
Someone should change the page count to this listing.

With that said, I have to say this was one series that I adored reading.
Everything about this series made me fall in love with the characters, the setting, the circle. When Del said she'd like to name the girl Sula I almost cried. My only regret is there are no books about the rest of their lives. *sigh* I was so sad to read the final pages, wanting more & grieving the fact that there wasn't more once I closed the book.
Jenna
Jul 13, 2009 Jenna rated it it was amazing
I've loved Tiger and Del from the beginning, even though Tiger was quite the womanizer in the beginning and Del could be a little prickly. But Jennifer Roberson did such a good job of digging below the surface of these two characters and bringing out the raw humanity of them. This series is even better because of the ending. Well done! Wrapped up in the very last chapter, the reader is satisfied and nothing is left hanging. Definately one of my favorite series.
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I loved these books. You may ask why but don't expect a reasonable answer. I just don't know why. I wouldn't dare recommend them to anyone else unless they've read other jennifer roberson novels and enjoyed them. I saw them on a bookshelf and despite their ridiculous covers I picked them up and quickly sped through them.
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The Novels of Tiger and Del, Volume III (Sword-Dancer Saga) by Jennifer Roberson (2006)
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Not the greatest literary treasure, but enjoyable to read.
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del and tiger a great series compiled here
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Bk. 5 and 6, Sword-Born and Sword-Sworn
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Jennifer Mitchell Roberson O'Green is an author of fantasy and historical literature. Roberson has lived in Arizona since 1957. She grew up in Phoenix, but in 1999 relocated to Flagstaff. She obtained a Bachelor of Science in journalism from Northern Arizona University. Roberson had spent her final semester in England at the University of London. This enabled her to do indepth research at castles ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Tiger and Del (7 books)
  • Sword-Dancer (Tiger and Del, #1)
  • Sword-Singer (Tiger and Del, #2)
  • Sword-Maker (Tiger and Del, #3)
  • Sword-Breaker (Tiger and Del, #4)
  • Sword-Born (Tiger and Del, #5)
  • Sword-Sworn (Tiger & Del, #6)
  • Sword-Bound (Tiger & Del, #7)

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