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Pride of Kings National Bestselling Author And World Fantasy Award Nominee Judith Tarr Delivers A Powerful Epic Of A Glorious Battle Against Magic Unbound At The Coronation Of The New King Of England, Two Crowns Are Offered To Richard The Lionheart The Mortal And The Magical Lured By Earthbound Glory And Driven By Mortal Faith, Richard Spurns The Pagan Crown And Rides Off On A Crusade To Reclaim A Sun Scorched Jerusalem From The Infidels, Leaving His New Kingdom Defenseless In The Mists For Some Unknown Power Has Brought Down The Wall Between Worlds And Beings Of Dark Magic Await Their Chance To Cross Over The Threshold.Summoned To England By His Dreams Is Arslan, A Strapping Youth Born Of Fire And Man Able To Walk Between Worlds And Speak With Spirits, He Is Destined To Help A Country He Has Never Seen And Swear Loyalty To A Man He Has Never Met Prince John, Called Lackland, Who Will Emerge From The Shadow Of His Older Brother Richard To Rule The Armies Of The Air.There Are Two Wars For England To Win Or Lose One Could Weaken A Mortal Empire The Other Could Destroy The World

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  • Paperback
  • 464 pages
  • Pride of Kings
  • Judith Tarr
  • English
  • 10 July 2017
  • 0451458478

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  1. says:

    Judith Tarr shines as always in the milieu of historical fantasy At first blush, I read the title, Pride of Kings as one would think of a pride of lions It seemed a fitting description of a group of kings Indeed, there are many kings in this story the rules of France, Germany, England, and Britain all have their time on the stage For France and Germany, the respective rulers are responsible for both the mundane existance of the kingdom, and the shadowy, mystical kingdom of spirits This i Judith Tarr shines as always in the milieu of historical fantasy At first blush, I read the title, Pride of Kings as one would think of a pride of lions It seemed a fitting description of a group of kings Indeed, there are many kings in this story the rules of France, Germany, England, and Britain all have their tim...


  2. says:

    The magic of the land demands a king of noble blood to rule it books annoy me so muchsighWhy does that supposedly make such a positive difference I enjoy most of Judith Tarr s historical fiction though I used to enjoy itthan I do now and liked the idea of a book in which Prince John isn t the pitch black villain usurping Good King Richard s throne but is instead an a...


  3. says:

    Truthfully, my rating for this is3.75, but quibbles quibbles It was a fun read and a delightful reimagining of history, although I have to admit that it needed a littlePOV from the Family Plantagenet for my taste As seems to be the case with me a lot, I found the primary protagonist to be grating in that I am perfect and wonderful and excruciatingly beautiful and whatever cipher the plot needs kind of way, with his lady consort in a similar narrative space I can see why they w Truthfully, my rating for this is3.75, but quibbles qu...


  4. says:

    This book actually qualifiesas a historical fantasy It is set in England as Richard the Lion Hearted takes the throne He refuses to accept the sacred kingship that would bind him to the land and the heart of Britain only desiring the mundane crown This creates havoc in the mystical, Otherworldly part of England and leads to a half French, half ifit named Arslan being summoned to go to England and help resolve this issue Arslan meets the 4 guardians of England and sets about helping t This book actually qualifiesas a historical fantasy It is set in England as Richard the Lion Hearted takes the throne He refuses to accept the sacred kingship that would bind him to the land and the heart of Britain only desiring the mundane crown This creates havoc in the mystical, Otherworldly part of England and leads to a half French, half ifit named Arslan being summoned to go to England and help resolve this issue Arslan meets the 4 guardians of England and sets about helping them The otherworldly crown is offe...


  5. says:

    Maneuvering among the rulers of Europe Richard Coeur de Lion, Philip of France, Holy Roman Emperor Henry, and Richard s family Tarr s fantasy interpretation of historical events is unique, as usual She is such a moving, visual writer that she made me eager to go along with her transformation of King John into a magical pillar of Britain His friend Arslan, son of a nobleman of Outremer and a fire spirit, is a bright delight.Tarr s PRIDE OF KINGS and DEVIL S BARGAIN both show King Richard and Maneuvering among the rulers of Europe Richard Coeur de Lion, Philip of France, Holy Roman Emperor Henry, and Richard s family Tarr s fantasy interpretation of historical events is unique, as usual She is such a moving, visual writer that she made me eager to go along with her transformation of King John into a magical pillar of Britain His friend Arslan, son of a nobleman of Outremer and a fire spirit, is a bright delight.Tarr s PRIDE OF KINGS and DEVIL S BARGAIN both show King Richard and his mother Eleanor of Aquitaine on Crusade, but they are entirely different stories This one shows the Crusade as it was, with Richard spearheading the Crusade, alienating all the other leaders, and being captured and imprisoned on the way home In DEVIL S BARGAIN, published a year later, Richard overcomes all and his mother gives him sinister help he is able to stay in Jerusalem because his covetous brother John...


  6. says:

    A deeply satisfying magical retelling of the story of bad King John and Richard the Lionheart Tarr writes with grace and passion, and fits the well known history into a new mould that makes an odd sort of sense King of the English vs King of all Britain the mortal crown vs the pagan one It s fascinating to see John as one of the good guys for a change, while still being as temperamental and self serving as ever And the characters through whom the story is told Arslan, Eschiva and Kalila A deeply satisfying magical retelling of the story of bad King John and Richard the Lionheart Tarr writes with grace and passion, and fits the well known history into a new mould that makes an odd sort of sense King of the English vs King of all Britain the mortal crown vs the pagan one It s fascinating to see John as one of the good guys for a change, while still being as temperamental and self serving as ever And the characters through whom the story is told Arslan, Eschiva and Kalila are ...


  7. says:

    It s a Judith Tarr fantasy what else needs be said It s less high fantasy than her Alamut or Isle of Glass novels, and less historical than Throne of Isis this is magic and high adventure I do love the magical beings in this one, though


  8. says:

    You don t get to see Prince John as a good guy too often very unique take on the usual story of Richard The fantasy bits were a little gratutitous, but still a fun read Too bad the other books written by Mrs Tarr in this era aren t connected at all.


  9. says:

    I tried to read this book twice Though it has good parts and writing techniques, it is not my style.


  10. says:

    No one combines history and fantasy like Judith Tarr I loved the medieval world she created and her telling of the much maligned King John s story.

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