The FoxBy: Arlene Radasky
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Reader Review: One of those books that you can't put down. I was very impressed by the easy way the author managed to switch between the past and present plots of the story without causing a loss of interest, very well written.
The Fox is a captivating, fascinating historical romance about ancient and modern people, their traditions, beliefs, customs, and culture.It paints a word picture rich in breath-taking scenery and unique characters.It's a powerful love story full of passion, courage,and tragedy.The Fox shows why it is important to know and appreciate the sacrifices and challenges of the past to live well in today.
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|Title of eBook: The Fox|
|Release Date: 07-26-2009|
|Publisher: (Indie Author)||Store Sales Rank: 1707|
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Then, I shall die.
AD 72 October
"Jahna, you will marry Harailt."
We stood in front of our clan Chieftain's table, like thieves, as he ate goat cheese and bread, crumbs falling into his beard. My hands were sweating. I held them behind me. I did not want to show that I was nervous.
I did not want to be in his lodge that afternoon. Uncle Beathan's dogs chewed on old pork bones under his table, and the smell made my stomach churn. He had summoned my mother and Harailt, as well as me. Harailt's father, Cerdic was there, too. No good ever came from being summoned. Beathan would usually send his slave to ask us to join him for family discussions. When our Chieftain sent his warrior Braden, we knew he wanted to discuss official clan matters.
Beathan swirled his dirk in our direction, looking at his food. "Harailt. Your father is prosperous, and you are the only son. Ach, Cerdic. It is too bad your wife birthed so many girl babies," he said shaking his head. Cerdic's eyes lowered, as if in shame....
Title: The Fox June 29, 2012 One of those books that you can't put down. I was very impressed by the easy way the author managed to switch between the past and present plots of the story without causing a loss of interest, very well written.
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Reviewer: A reader from UK
June 29, 2012
One of those books that you can't put down. I was very impressed by the easy way the author managed to switch between the past and present plots of the story without causing a loss of interest, very well written.
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