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- Publisher: Dragonblade Publishing, Inc.; 4 edition (December 21, 2014)
- Publication Date: December 21, 2014
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00RBTRAVK
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The Medieval World of Kathryn Le Veque: A Reader's Guide Kindle Edition
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This is information, not horribly detailed, of the various houses (families) that the reader will encounter in Ms. Le Veque's stories. If you are a fan who desires reading most or all of her books this is invaluable.
You are given information on major and minor houses, the books they appear in, and the main hero and heroine, and in some cases their children.
Ms. Le Veque plans periodic updates as she writes more stories so that. Right now this wonderful guide is available for .99 at Amazon.
This a fantastic guide for fans of the KLV world. I love the chronological list but one hiccup I found. I read Devil's Dominion first according to the list. It start with the hero at five years old and then takes up the story and challenge about 25 years later. Ajax de velt' s reign of terror starts in 1180 and The Dark Lord should be read first. Devil's Dominion can be understood better if you read The Dark Lord first.
KLV' s books are stand alone. But it's so much more fun to read about the cross over characters when they interact in multiple books set the same era.
This small handbook is a perfect help to readers.
Well worth the small price!!!
Quite a thrill to do!😅
Try it.....you will be surprised how hooked you'll become!!⚔
Once again, THANK YOU again Kathryn for giving us this guide to your (and now OUR worlds) in medieval genealogy!!! Because it is ALWAYS one giant roller-coaster ride🎢 🤗
I had already been keeping a list of Kathryn le Veques books as to check off as I get them there I would add the year of the setting and the main characters so welcome across a name I would note it to where they are related ,friend's or just acquaintances. I always put my books in an order of year or way to read them.
With this book Kathryn le Veques has saved time in me having to flip through all my hardback, my kindle list and even surfing Amazon.com to read the synopsis of each of her books.
So, if anything this book is a "gold mine" to faithful, loyal and true fans of Kathryn le Veques. And importantly to the new readers of medieval history Kathryn le Veques gives so much insight into the times of the period that are so real that you can see how true the lifestyle was back then. Her books are so hard to put down and once read you need to get another to read, this has been what happened to me since I started reading "The Wolfe" I have now finished ,the Beast" and can not wait to start another one....