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MOBI å DOC The Questing FREE È REFLECTIONSLISBURNLTD ↠ 1298 AD Lady Diamantha de Bocage Edlington lost her husband at the Battle of Falkirk Grieving she is unprepared for the visit of Sir Cortez de Bretagne King Edward’s garrison commander at Sherborne Castle Dark and fiery from his Spanish heritage Cortez is E for a proper burial And so the great uesting to find Robert Edlington’s body begins Join Diamantha and Cortez on their great journey from the fields of Dorset to the hallowed grounds of Falkirk a journey during which they discover great and terrible things about the world their country and each other From the ashes of grief rises a phoenix of great passion and bonds are forged between Diamantha and Cortez that can never be broke Audiobook ReviewKathryn Le Veue always provides a small part of history for me with exuisite detail about people who lived in that period enticing me further to chase down how it fits into the big plan of our past whether it be political social or environmental Thank God for the ease of access through the internet This is one of the reasons I particularly enjoy her writing which leans heavily on events of history which Ms Le Veue expressively uses I am never disappointed in any of the author’s medieval stories She creates a world I can reach out and touch That’s great writingThis story begins with the Battle of Falkirk the place where Lady Diamantha’s husband had been cut down by an arrow The English won this particular battle but lost many men The story proceeds with a uest One Lady Diamantha needed to take She wanted to return to the scene of the battle to see if she could retrieve her late husband’s body Her uest included learning the true merit of men in dangerous days Some were found wanting indeed while others touched her heart and one her very soulSir Cortez found what he knew not what he lacked He came to many realizations on the journey He had found his uest his uest was his lady wife and her adorable daughter SophieThe story was rich in description culture etiuette and tradition of the time Mesmerized by the hardship of living life those many years back I was as well completely captivated by its emotional pull to my sensesThis story dealt with what is buried in the hearts of man and his need to seek revenge long after that emotion should have died Eually founded in this story is what man will do to protect those he loves from evil doers and unhappiness This listen will reuire a box of tissueTim Campbell did a marvelous job in every aspect of the production He carried well the intention of the author His female impersonations were marvelous I no longer heard a male impersonating a woman but a female in dialog He was successful in telling the story in its dramatic setting in an authentic and totally riveting effect He has narrated several of this author’s novels which I will be listening to I listened to some of the samples of his voice overs and find he really is very versatile and engaging

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1298 AD Lady Diamantha de Bocage Edlington lost her husband at the Battle of Falkirk Grieving she is unprepared for the visit of Sir Cortez de Bretagne King Edward’s garrison commander at Sherborne Castle Dark and fiery from his Spanish heritage Cortez is a knight with sultry good looks and a uick temperament He has also come on a missionCortez was the last man who saw Diamantha’s husband alive and promised the dying man he woul 45; 4 stars; A I have never read anything by this author before and I don't usually go for Medieval romance but this book was a winner I guess you could classify it as a 'road romance' but with horses instead of cars There wasn't a lot of external conflict in this story it came from the circumstances surrounding the uest the main characters undertook I gather from reading reviews of other books by this author that there is normally action but this book was character and relationship focused I really enjoyed it The narrator Tim Campbell is new to me also and I liked the way he interpreted the characters I will definitely read by this author

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The Questing D take care of his wife He has therefore come to claim her Horrified Diamantha struggles to come to terms with what de Bretagne is telling her but in her heart resentment and hatred stir Robert Edlington’s corpse was left upon the fields of Falkirk and de Bretagne as the last man to see him is to blame Therefore before Diamantha will become de Bretagne’s wife she makes a demand of him return for Robert’s body and bring him hom Made it through an hour of the audio book before I just deleted it with a shudder Should have checked this author out on GR first No one that productive can be expected to actually write something of uality