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Sword-Sworn 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
k1llusions More than 1 year ago
This is the last of the Tiger & Del books. I miss the Jivatma's but, is still a great wrap up to the series. Characters developed over 5 prior novels meet suitable endings to provide a fairly feel-good wrap up. Characters have been thoroughly developed, their actions not predictable but still familiar, understood. Mysteries solved, capabilities examined, tied up with a neat bow AND the potential to expand the series further. Well Done, Ms. Roberson!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You can see the relationship between Tiger and Del grow and mature. Wonderful. Tiger's sense of humor is great.
Grandpa More than 1 year ago
This series is a page turner, that won't let you just stop, you have to read one more chapter. The action scenes are very well written. The only thing I found slightly lacking, was I wanted Tiger to get more involved in his magic ability. We, almost at the end, discover he is a Mage but never really wants it, or uses it to his full extent. ummm maby just one more book to let him become a full fledged Mage?? :)
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I read this book 6 years ago and it still stands out in my mind over many of the books I have read in the past and present. I just read this series again, and it was absolutely not a let down compared to the first impression I had taken from my first read. It's not complicated text, the plot flows evenly and doesn't keep you in the same place forever. Roberson does a good job keeping the characters strong, and unique.
Guest More than 1 year ago
the ending was soooo good. tiger's character developed brilliantly throughout the series
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've been a Sword-Dancer fan for the last few years, and I waited in eager anticipation for this story to come out and wrap everything up. I wasn't disappointed! This is a wonderful conclusion to a wonderful series; gotta love Tiger and Del!
harstan More than 1 year ago
Tiger and Del fled Southron when he failed to heed the call of his sword-dancers as required by his oath in order to rescue her. The partners healed on the island of Skandi, but the loss of some of his fingers leaves Tiger handicapped in a duel. When the vision of a dead woman calls him to return to get the true sword probably buried under rock, Tiger knows he must go home though he faces a certain death penalty.

Tiger and Del travel to Julah where they meet an old friend, cantina owner Fouad, who is frightened to see the legendary pair. When they last met, Fouad betrayed Tiger and Del by spiking their drinks at the demand of the now dead but then deadly Sabra. Word spreads that Tiger is back and a fellow Alimat sword dancer challenges him to the death. If he survives that duel, Tiger and Del know their latest perilous adventure has just begun.

SWORD-SWORN, the sixth Tiger-Del tale, is a fabulous sword and sorcery tale that keeps the characters¿ behavior constant with past novels yet provides a fresh feel to the adventures. Newcomers will enjoy this book as a stand alone, but gain much more pleasure by starting with the first story. Tiger is an intriguing individual who has grown over the saga due to his association with his Northern lover. On the other hand, Del remains a staunch woman¿s libber in a world that is shocked by strong females, but often places the duo in unnecessary danger. Still Jennifer Roberson furbishes her readers a powerful epic fantasy that lives up to the author¿s special dedication.

Harriet Klausner