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Bard's Oath by Joanne Bertin
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it was amazing
bookshelves: medieval-times-magic

Well worth the long wait. In the first book the story takes place in a nearby country, in the second the stakes are high in a far off land. And in Bard's Oath the glorious cast of characters are back in their area of the world. This book shows that the characters need not travel far to live an adventurous and intriguing life. Which is something that I find more appealing, personally, than books where the stakes are monumental (such as in Dragon & Phoenix). This book contains everything a good tale needs to become a beloved story. The little details of non-essential characters are also memorable; like that of the cheese maker Cade and his family. Overall I truly enjoyed this story and would recommend it to anyone who loves good fantasy. With the time it took to bring this book to the public I wonder if the author plans on continuing to write for this world. But if she does decide to continue, I would love to see more of Prince Rann, Kella, and young Lord Arisyn.

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Reading Progress

October 28, 2012 – Shelved
December 13, 2012 – Started Reading
December 13, 2012 – Shelved as: medieval-times-magic
December 13, 2012 –
page 77
December 13, 2012 –
page 211
December 14, 2012 – Finished Reading

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