L'ombra della maledizione
Publish date: January 1st 2006
Pages no: 566
Edition language: Italian
Series: Chalion (#1)
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"The Curse of Chalion"'s protagonist, Cazaril, finds himself unexpectedly in the role of secretary to the fiercely independent royesse Iselle of Chalion. While his work mainly consists of managing her household and teaching her at rural Valenda, things take a turn for the worse when her elder brothe...
May 2015The Audiobook of this is fantastic! I highly recommend it. I spent most of it mentally drawing purple sparkle hearts around Caz and Iselle.September 2011The first book in the Chalion Trilogy, of which I had previously read the last book. A friend had attempted to sell me on it based on it's ...
It's strange, but in a lot of fantasy books it's obvious to me if they are written by a man or a woman. This novel's atmosphere was similar to the novels written by Michelle West. I can't put my finger on it exactly where in the style such a thing manifests, but it's there all the same. Descriptions...
Liked it, didn't love it. But the writing is good, and the world interesting enough that I've already started the next one.