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Monday, June 15, 2009

Guardian of the Trust by Irene Radford

Radford spends a lot of time on character development. If you are looking for action packed, heart pounding adventure, this book will not be your cup of tea. This book takes place several generations after the first book in the series. The female protagonist is a descendent of Wren from the first book. Her trials and tribulations in politics and love are documented with the line between politics and love being rather blurry. King John, who is generally portrayed as the epitome of evil in many movies and books is characterized somewhat differently in this book. Instead of a simplistic bad guy, his character is shown to be confused and enormously complex. I doubt seriously if you will identify with him and if you do, don’t walk, run to your nearest mental health professional. I enjoyed the book.

Body of work of Irene Radford


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