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Friday, June 18, 2010

Guardian of the Vision by Irene Radford

Soul searching could best describe this book. Radford forces her twin or is it triplet, protagonists to search their souls for the strength of their convictions. The Merlin is ever present, whether male of female and influences events regularly. There is a large dose of history and intimate fictional insight to the reign of Elizabeth I and other royals of the period. Action and magic abound to keep the blood flowing when the introspection becomes tedious. A sound conclusion finishes the trilogy. I liked the trilogy and the book.

Body of work of Irene Radford


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