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|Bagley Public Library||Y GRA (Text)||33500011060845||Main||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780802796950 (hc.)
- ISBN: 0802796958 (hc.)
- Physical Description: 260 p. ; 22 cm.
- Publisher: New York : Walker, c2008.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references.
|Summary, etc.:|| Raimon has escaped the pyre and heads into hiding deep within the mountains of the Occitan. Although he longs to follow Yolanda to Paris where she has been forced to marry Sir Hugh, he must fulfill his duty of protecting the Blue Flame to save their beloved country from the advancing forces set on destroying it.
- Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2010 March #2
Grant develops the plight of her thirteenth-century lovers in this sequel to Blue Flame (2008). After escaping the pyre, Raimon takes to the Occitan caves, but despite holding the mythical Blue Flame, his attempts to unify the Catholic and Cathar rebels fail as the reality of being under siege takes hold. Grant's writing is deeply rooted in history, and her portrayal of the time period is never dry: vivid details bring the setting to life, while a focus on the characters gives the story emotion and drama. Though the conceit of having the land narrate is even more intrusive, this volume will not disappoint.
K. M. Grant is the author of the much acclaimed de Granville trilogy and How the Hangman Lost His Heart, based on her own ancestor who was the last man in England to be hung, drawn and quartered. Blue Flame is the first novel in her new trilogy, The Perfect Fire. She lives in Scotland and works as a writer and broadcaster.
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