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Gisborne: Book of Kings (The Gisborne Saga 3) Kindle Edition
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She now farms in Tasmania with her husband, in a cropping and grazing operation. She spent almost ten years as a state coordinator for the cancer therapy program Look Good Feel Better and time as walker for Riding for the Disabled and for the local Dogs' Home. She has two adult children, two dogs, and claims she has too much garden and too little time to write.
Prue writes historical fantasy for which A Thousand Glass Flowers (Book Three of the quartet, The Chronicles of Eirie) received a silver medallion in the 2012 Readers' Favorite Book Awards in the USA. She also writes historical fiction, for which Gisborne: Book of Pawns received an Honourable Mention in the 2012 Golden Claddagh Writing Contest (USA), a 2013 Rone Award (USA) and a 2014 Indie Book Readers' Appreciation Group's gold medallion (USA). The Huffington Post has done a story on her work and she has been interviewed a number of times by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
She has concluded The Gisborne Trilogy and has just finished writing Tobias, the first in an historical fiction trilogy called The Triptych Chronicle and which escalated to Top 100 with Amazon.co.uk (Biographical Fiction) within a day of being released. She has also completed two short story anthologies which are to be published in 2015. Each of her e-novels have ranked unbroken in Amazon.co.uk's Top 100 since publication and continue to rank, for which she thanks all her readers!
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Prue became noted early on as a writer of fantasy - a rather unusual and intriguing fantasy world of her own creation that revolved around the mythical Faerie. These books were rather darker than many would assume when they hear the word Faerie, for Prue has given us more of a view into the kind of Fey that still dominate the folklore of the Celtic world. The sort of Faeries that steal children, play with mortals' minds and trick and deceive. Such were the chronicles of Eirie. Needless to say, I love them and would recommend them to a fantasy reader who's looking for something a little different, with depth and insight.
Then, in a move that came as a surprise to me, a few years ago, Prue turned her hand to the genre of Historical Fiction. Thus was born Gisborne: Book of Pawns. In very brief summary, this was the tale of a young noblewoman from Aquitaine in the 12th century, a ward of Richard Coeur de Lion, who falls in with Guy of Gisborne (yes, him. You've heard of him.) Essentially, a medieval tale with a strong lean towards the Romantic genre, this was a tale of betrayals and survival and with Prue's mastery of the written word was an instant hit with me, despite not shooting for my area of interest.Read more ›
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loved this final book in the trilogy sad that it had to end, it was enthralling all the way throughPublished 1 month ago by Mrs M.
All Gisborne books are exciting and are real page turners.Published 2 months ago by Kathleen Edwards
Very enjoyable read. When I had finished it I wanted to find the next one. I am now reading Tobias which is as good as the Gisborne seriesPublished 2 months ago by Mrs G Salmon
A rollicking, good light-weight read, though I still find the heroine tiresome at times! Hope others will follow ....Published 7 months ago by valerie emmons
Possibly the most annoying heroine ever, a walking weeping disaster who makes so many crap decisions it stretches credibility. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Kindle Customer
A good read, maybr tge weakest of the three book though and the ending a bit twee.Published 14 months ago by philip gorman
I loved this series of tales and was sad when they came to an end.Can only hope there will be more of them.Published 14 months ago by Carole Temple
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