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Guardian of the Trust

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2001

    The Perfect Sequel

    I was very satisfied with the relationship between this novel and Guardian of the Balance. It's a different read than a lot of series I have read. I LIKE having books that pick up right where the last one left off, but I find it refreshing when that ISN'T how a sequel reads. This is an excellent story to follow such an exquisite book. (Guardian of the Balance.)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Excellent fantasy

    Many believe darkness engulfs England due to the capricious, ironhanded leadership of the monarch. The Barons hate King John, who they blame for the Church Interdict that robs them of the grace of God. Neither John nor the Barons realize that an older force exists. John¿s half brother Radburn Blakely has the blood of Trylith, Demon of Chaos, running through his veins. Blakely plans to wrest control of England from his sibling and the Barons. <P>Other powers exist that run counter to Blakely¿s plan. Resmiranda Griffin descends from Arthur and Merlin, which gives her the power of the former and the magic of the latter. She is the Pendragon and the only living wielder of Excalibur. Blakely knows he must obtain her cooperation or exterminate his only viable opponent. Though he pulls the strings on his puppet John, she has allies such as her lover Robin Locksley. The fate of a nation and perhaps a world depend on the upcoming duel between Blakely and Resmiranda. <P>Gifted storyteller Irene Radford can hold her own with the giantesses of fantasy writing such as Norton, McCaffrey, and Kurtz. Using King John¿s Medieval England as a backdrop, Ms. Radford writes a delightful tale that freshens up Robin Hood and King Arthur in one brush. The novel works as the mundane blends with the magical into a novel that deserves an award even as it will provide a large cross-genre audience for Ms. Radford. <P>Harriet Klausner

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    Posted November 6, 2008

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