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The Fool's Path

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Set in the medieval kingdom of Lothemia during the turbulent thirteenth century, The Fool's Path is the story of the great friendship between two knights, Sebastian and Raynar, and of the woman loved by one but wed to the other. Sebastian, heir to the duchy of Westfeld, is forced to choose between two evils: either ambush and imprison the unsuspecting duke of Gildren or su ...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published April 15th 2005 by Bowman'S Press Llc (first published 2005)
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Lesli
Aug 14, 2008 Lesli rated it liked it
A quick read. The plot was intriguing, I started to reading it to figure out what story it was redone, it took me the whole book to figure out. It wasn't a favorite or the best written ever, but I guess I enjoyed it for the few days it took me to read it.
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An interesting take on the Cinderella story, but I wouldn't re-read it.
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