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Hard To Fight Brenn knows that her survival is up in the air because she is under threat from her own parent. Grace and Shadow Born to be powerless, Imgrace finds her true skills, not in her talent, but in her ability to bri Ghosting the Hero Astral projection is great, but taking possession of a Guardian half a universe away is a job for Geared Up Born to master mechanics, she fights her way into the Guardians and finds a path to glory when she g Fractured Darkness A woman out of time lands on a world that has potential to become a weapon for the future.
Fire Dance Her element is fire, her mind is missing memories and a dream master is her keeper. Series: Tales of the Citadel 9. Fighting Sanity Being a bastard on Bassinor has been difficult enough, but Erinii Zakkata has always done her dut Series: Tales of the Citadel 4. Eyes in the Sky A woman with vision finds a man who can help her reach heights she never imagined. Riasa has Exit Strategy An acquaintance born in a nightmare turns into an engagement that is far from convenient. Yna has los Crisis Management Creating Harmony Iara lives her life for calm, partnered with a species she despises.
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She has to fight for what sh Cracked Control Abduction, genetic modification, and a nap that crossed decades is just the start for one of the fir Core Charge A woman with electric skills is rescued from torture by a man who stops time. Called to Power Syrella was born to nobility and cursed by her talent. The last thing she expected was to be call Call the Moon Naka can use her mind to destroy a world, or she can save it. When nothing seems right, she calls Series: Tales of the Citadel 8.
Burning Stone A talent for melting stone is given a pilot who happens to be a dragon. Broken Wings An Enjel who lost her wings and everything else learns that there is more to life than a past tha Add to Wish List. Wrapped in Starlight Freedom to use her power has finally come, but the ball of mist Kiiki is partnered with causes a Series: Tales of the Citadel Winning Souls Seeing to the heart of things, Enher is sent on a mission to find out who is stealing souls and g Water and Power Enslaved by her own people, she breaks free and joins the Citadel in her capacity as a water elem Walking Haunt Yohwen enjoys her life, but when the Citadel comes knocking she has to face change, danger and a Waking Dream Out of her body and lost in space, Wiyra finds solace and help in the form of a tracker who has h Twisting Souls A reject on her own world, she had no idea what would happen when she twisted souls to find her free Trained to Destroy A Guardsman wakes a deadly weapon of mythic proportions, Rathi, and she must choose sides with on Touching Water Going from researcher to hero is almost easy compared to falling in love with an alien world.
Lydra w Lady Catherine Gordon has no doubt that her husband will succeed in his quest. But rather than assuming the throne, Catherine would soon be prisoner of King Henry VII, and her beloved husband would be stamped as an imposter. Empress by Shan Sa. King William Rufus is killed with an arrow on a hunt.
Rumors start immediately that he was murdered. Nineteen years later, in France, the poet Hilary the Englishman meets a strange man who offers to buy Hilary a meal if he does him a favor. He gives Hilary a pouch of silver, and a message to be delivered to Count Fulk in Anjou. But by morning the man is dead. Hilary knows only one man can help him. His former teacher, the brilliant Peter Abelard. The Changeling by Kate Horsley. The revelation of her womanhood marks the beginning of her journey through a succession of changing identities—including son, wife, warrior, and mother—each of which brings its own special wisdom, but none of which, she discovers, can ultimately define her.
Now is the Time by Melvyn Bragg. But within two weeks, the unthinkable happened: a vast force of common people invaded London, led by a former soldier, Walter Tyler, and the radical preacher John Ball, demanding freedom, equality and the complete uprooting of the Church and state. And for three intense, violent days, it looked as if they would sweep all before them.
And Tomorrow is a Hawk by Kathryne Finn. Then she meets a poet who teaches her that the way out of darkness can be found with a sharpened quill, a full inkwell, and blank parchment. It is a life that culminates when her words are set into type, making Julyana Berners the first woman to have her work printed in the English language.
Leo Africanus by Amin Maalouf. His family fled the Inquisition and he became an itinerant merchant, and made many journeys to the East. While in Rome, he wrote the first trilingual dictionary Latin, Arabic and Hebrew , as well as his celebrated Description of Africa, for which he is still remembered as Leo Africanus.
The Holy Sail by Abdulaziz al-Mahmoud. But all eyes are on the Portuguese fleets in the Arabian Gulf, intent on securing the profitable spice trade.
Sinful Folk by Ned Hayes. Villagers traveled hundreds of miles across England to demand justice. Sinful Folk is the story of this terrible mid-winter journey as seen by Mear, a former nun who has lived for a decade disguised as a mute man. On this journey, she will find the strength to claim the promise of her past and create a new legacy.
Cadfael is to serve as translator for a group of monks heading to the town of Gwytherin in Wales. When the monks arrive in Gwytherin, the town is divided over the request.
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When the leading opponent to disturbing the grave is found shot dead with a mysterious arrow, some believe Saint Winifred herself delivered the deadly blow. Brother Cadfael knows an earthly hand did the deed, but his plan to root out a murderer may dig up more than he can handle. Both stories are set in the Heian court of the emperor Ichijo — and tell of the ill-fated love between the emperor and his first consort, Teishi, and of the political rivalries that threaten to divide them.
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Oswald by Edoardo Albert. The Errant Hours by Kate Innes. All Illesa has left is the secret manuscript entrusted to her—a book so powerful it can save lives, a book so valuable that its discovery could lead to her death. Blood and Beauty by Sarah Dunant. When Cardinal Rodrigo Borgia buys his way into the papacy as Alexander VI, he is defined by his wealth, his love for his illegitimate children, and by his blood: He is a Spanish Pope in a city run by Italians.
If the Borgias are to triumph, this charismatic politician must use papacy and family—in particular, his eldest son, Cesare, and his daughter Lucrezia—in order to succeed. The Book of the Maidservant by Rebecca Barnhouse. Dame Margery feels the suffering the Virgin Mary felt for her son, but cares little for the misery she sees every day.
When she announces that Johanna will accompany her on a pilgrimage to Rome, the suffering truly begins. She is no monster as portrayed in the Old English epic, Beowulf.
We learn her side of the story and that of her defamed child. We learn how the invasion by brutal men is not a fairy tale, but a disaster doomed to cycle relentlessly through human history. Only the surviving women can sing poignant laments, preserve a glittering culture, and provide hope for the future. The Painter of Souls by Philip Kazan. So it is for Filippo Lippi, growing up in Renaissance Florence. He has a talent to see, capture, and paint the beauty in everything. But talent cannot always feed you or protect you.
His life will take him down two paths at once. He will become a gambler, a forger, a seducer of nuns; and at the same time he will be the greatest painter of his time, the teacher of Botticelli and the confidante of the Medicis.
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The Harrowing by James Aitcheson. The Harrowing has begun.
As towns and villages fall to the invaders, five travelers fleeing the slaughter are forced to band together for survival. But are they fleeing the Normans or their own troubles? As enemies past and present close in, their prior deeds catch up with them and they discover there is no sanctuary from fate. Lady Macbeth by Susan Fraser King. As she encounters danger from Vikings, Saxons, and treacherous Scottish lords, Rue begins to respect the man she once despised.
The Abbess of Whitby by Jill Dalladay. This beautifully written story expresses the suffering caused by war and conflict, the transformative potential of a commitment to practicing peace and building reconciliation, and the simple beauty of a spiritual life. Laconic, ambitious and handsome, he is the one man the Stewart king dares to trust, the one man strong enough to save the kingdom from the civil war planned by the Archdeacon Columba Crozier and his bastard son, Adam de Verne. Tied by blood on one side and by a forbidden, love on the other, Ninian is precipitated into violence and tragedy, in which she, too, has a vital part to play.
Equal of the Sun by Anita Amirrezvani. But few people know of the powerful women in the Muslim world. Watermark by Vanitha Sankaran. But rebellion is in the air, and the question of how Richard II really died lingers, poisoning the court. The Horse Healer by Gonzalo Giner. When word travels that the most feared fighters of the Muslim world, the Imesebelen, are advancing on Toledo, the innkeeper tells his son, Diego, to flee with his sisters.
But Diego refuses to abandon his father. The old man and one of his daughters are slaughtered, and the other two girls are kidnapped. As Edwin walks alone by the shore, he is confronted by a mysterious figure—the missionary Paulinus—who prophesies that he will ascend to greater heights than any of his forefathers. The Burning Times by Jeanne Kalogridis. She flees her village and takes refuge in a Franciscan sisterhood. The Duchess of Aquitaine by Margaret Ball. Everyone, that is, except for her dying father, who insists on leaving Eleanor his most valuable provinces—and making her prey to the first baron who rides in to kidnap her.
Land of Wooden Gods by Jan Fridgard. The novel begins with the abandonment of a slave baby, condemned to the wolf-infested woods by a Viking chieftain upset by thrall unrest. The ensuing action shows Holme, the father, acting as no slave has ever before. Sequel to The Moon in the Palace. The Siege by Ismail Kadare. Awarded the first Man Booker International Prize.