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Quest of the Warrior Maid: Bradamante & Ruggiero series: 1 (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 22 jun 2011


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Linda C. McCabe lives in the Northern California Wine Country with her college sweetheart and teenaged son. She received a master’s degree as an historian of science from Sonoma State University, and loves to travel. To aid in the research of her writing, she spent a month in France scouring museums in Paris and trekking through medieval hilltop villages in the Midi-Pyrenees. She has been a member of the California Writers Club for more than a decade and is past-president of the local branch, Redwood Writers. She has had opinion/editorials published in the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, the Los Angeles Times and essays published in several of the Redwood Writers' Vintage Voices anthologies as well as the Centennial Edition of the California Writers Club Anthology West Winds. More of her writing can be found at her literary blog: lcmccabe.blogspot.com where she posts about writing, travel, medievalism and whatever strikes her interest. She also has a website at www.lindacmccabe.com where she invites book clubs to contact her for visits by speakerphone or Skype chats.


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Great read, couldn't put it down. 3 de octubre de 2011
Por Joe-Free - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I came across this through an unrelated search and bought it because I like mythology but was unfamiliar with this tale. Once it was on the kindle, neither my wife nor I could put it down. I can't find any other books by this author on Amazon but we will be watching. If you like historical fiction and/or mythology, you will love this book.
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by Gay Barner 18 de mayo de 2014
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Quite unexpectedly, I was completely engaged in the battles, the romance, the characters, the adventures, and the lore from the start of reading the Quest of the Warrior Maiden. I don't know this genre so my complete entanglement was a surprise. But what a pleasant surprise to be surrounded by this magical world of epic characters who retain some of their human traits of hunger, thirst and passion. The tale is told eloquently in a style that fits the period but very understandable. I can not wait for the sequel then I know I will be waiting for whatever Linda writes next. I am hooked!
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Couldn't put it down 19 de julio de 2012
Por Malena - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Usually when I read a book outside of my genre (mystery) I get bored after a point and wonder where the mystery is. This book had me from the start and I couldn't put it down. The characters, the adventure, the love story, it all comes together to make a great book. This is volume one of what I hope will be an epic series that Ms. McCabe continues writing for a long, long time.
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The most Italian writer among the American ones 9 de febrero de 2014
Por Gabriele Addario - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This book is quite a surprise: an American writer who knows this Medieval period so well. I can tell the writer know more than many Italian literature teachers, because of her trips around the European Mediterranean part. It's a highly poetic story and the reader is carried away by the sounds and the colours of the adventure. Thanks Linda.

Questo libro ė una bella sorpresa: una scrittrice americana che conosce così bene l'età medievale. Leggendo, si può benissimo capire che l'autrice ė più preparata di molti insegnanti di letteratura italiana, grazie ai suoi viaggi nell' Europa Mediterranea. Il racconto si sviluppa con profonda poesia e il lettore si lascia trasportare dai colori e dai suoni dell'avventura. Grazie Linda.
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Review written by my grandmother Marisa Zanibelli Centra 13 de octubre de 2013
Por marco ferrara - Publicado en Amazon.com
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What a surprise! An American writer tells the epic of Charlemagne’s chilvary us in an English language quite easily understood also by foreigners. The reader will recall the school lessons about Ariosto and Boiardo (“Orlando furious” and “Orlando in love”) and will enjoy following the adventures of so many characters: beautiful maidens (also valiant in battle) knights fighting for the Christian Charlemagne or the Muslim Akramont, and also magic legends. All this in a Europe as it should have been in the eighth-ninth century.
I enjoyed reading this novel and am looking forward to the following of the love story between Bradamante and Ruggiero in a new forthcoming novel, as promised by the writer.

Original text in Italian:
"Che sorpresa trovare descritte, da una scrittrice americana, le gesta dei paladini di Carlo Magno in una lingua inglese chiara e abbastanza comprensibile anche da chi non possiede una grande conoscenza dell’Inglese. ! Vengono richiamate alla memoria le letture dell’Ariosto e del Boiardo (“Orlando Furioso” e “Orlando Innamorato”, ) ed è divertente seguire le avventure dei tanti personaggi: belle fanciulle( anche valorose combattenti) ,cavalieri che si battono in a fianco del loro re, Carlomagno cristiano o Agramante musulmano, e non mancano interventi di maghi e maghe, in un’Europa immaginata come doveva essere nei secoli settimo-ottavo.
Mi sono divertita ed attendo la prosecuzione della storia d’amore fra Bradamarte e Ruggiero, nel prossimo libro promesso dall’autrice."