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The Warslayer

by Rosemary Edghill

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Clever and entertaining even if a mite predictable. Worth the read for the sarcasm alone. ( )
  GunnarGrey | Jun 14, 2013 |
baen ebook
  romsfuulynn | Apr 28, 2013 |
I admire this book for having the utterly improbable phrase "This is a genuine interdimensional stuffed elephant." I admire any heroine who cuddles a stuffed
elephant; I believe that if more people treasured a stuffed animal of some sort, the world would be a better place. I'm not quite sure how it would be
better, but it would.
As for the book, it's surprisingly good. Funny but not silly, full of people who try their best, characters who make hard choices, and things that don't
always come out right, it's an escape from reality that offers us feelings and hopes we can all identify with in some way. I'm left with the feeling that
I don't quite agree with the obvious morral, and an abiding desire to watch the associated tv show.
This book is open for expansion into a series, but even if it never happens, or I never read the rest of the books, I'm satisfied with the ending provided. ( )
2 vote fastfinge | Apr 6, 2007 |
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From the start, she made an indelible impression on everyone lucky enough to catch her startling debut: charging out of the misty English (or was it Australian?) countryside astride her magnificent chestnut stallion, her silver rapier catching the moonlight, her scarlet tresses dancing in whistling wind like the very fires of Perdition.
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