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A Song for Arbonne – Guy Gavriel Kay

Just to get this out of the way first – I know naff all about medieval France. Absolutely nothing. Ok, nothing useful. I think they wrote godawful Latin poetry that rhymed, because they were heathens*. That might have been someone … Continue reading

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The Lions of Al-Rassan – Guy Gavriel Kay

I have two overwhelming impressions of Kay’s style, after reading The Lions of Al-Rassan. The first is that he really, really likes foreshadowing, and the second is that he likes using foreshadowing to trip you up. Both of these I find … Continue reading

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Sailing to Sarantium – Guy Gavriel Kay

This is not the first time I’ve read a book by Guy Gavriel Kay, but the first time I’ve finished one. I started the Lions of Al-Rassan a while ago and gave up, not keen on the writing style or … Continue reading

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