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The world Kay has created is very detailed and lovingly described.
This is the first book I've read by Guy Gavriel Kay and he is truly, and A Song for Arbonne, one of the best authors and books I've ever read.
All in all, I could recommend this book to anyone, whether you are a veteran reader of fantasy novels, or a novice to the genre.
Excellent work by as outstanding author. Buy from this source and you will get a book you will be proud to own.Published 17 months ago by stephen brown
A wonderful story, masterfully told... As usual, Mr. Kay presents a tale steeped in the intrigues of life, complete with great joys and great sorrows... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Frank Trotter
By far the best of his works, you can tell that Kay has a special love for Southern France.
Some of his most memorial characters, some fantastic scenes, and a plot of... Read more
G. G. Kay (b. 1954) is a Canadian fantasy author. His works are hugely inspired and/or based on real historical periods and characters. Read morePublished on January 27, 2013 by Maximiliano F Yofre
A Song for Arbonne is my favorite Kay novel! The plot weaves chivalry, love, lust, greed, power and war into a rich tapestry that carries the reader away to ancient France.Published on November 24, 2012 by Bob in Etobicoke
Stunning. Historical fantasy. This one is set in a medieval pseudo-Provence. The genius of Kay is that he pilfers from history and tweaks it to serve his own needs. Read morePublished on December 6, 2011 by John Harris
A Song for Arbonne is beautifully written and compelling. As all of Mr Kay's books, it takes you away from your mundane life while still addressing important human questions. Read morePublished on November 30, 2011 by Penny Walks San Francisco
Every time I read a Guy Gavriel Kay book I become a little less tolerant of every other fantasy author. Read more