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Prince of Bryanae (Bryanae Series) by [Getzin, Jeffrey]
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"I recommend 'Prince of Bryanae' to anyone who enjoys a good story with nonstop action and suspense, combined with strong, memorable characters and an imaginative setting." --Scotti Cohn, author of Liberty's Children

"... can make you both laugh and cry, and keeps you turning page after page ... as the story unfolds. Jeffrey Getzin has created a masterpiece with ... 'Prince of Bryanae' ." --Sabrina O'Malone, author of Prayers for the Working Mom

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"This is a splendid book full of adventure and a sympathetic character in Willow. The story has heart and excitement. I'd recommend it to anyone who loves a rollicking good fantasy." --Billie Sue Mosiman, author of Legions of the Dark

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3291 KB
  • Print Length: 460 pages
  • Publisher: Quillon Press (13 Dec. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004APA36M
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #536,078 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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"Discipline. It was the most important word in Willow's vocabulary." This is the opening line of one of the best fantasy books I've read all summer, and I read a lot of them. The story begins with Willow, an elf and Captain in the King's Guard, and who is in the service of the royal family of Bryanae. Willow's life has taken a sudden turn for the bad, and it's about to become even worse. She is beset by problems she has no control over, and no matter how much discipline she applies to the situation, it keeps spiraling out of control. She's attracted to Captain Snyde, an arrogant man she despises but whom she inexplicably desires against her own wishes. To top it off, she refuses to admit she is in love with Private Tamlevar, a good, decent man who is in love with her and whose loyalty to her is unswerving.

From moment of the opening line, the action begins, and it is nonstop up to the final page. Willow is unfairly demoted, her despised mother shows up and Vazerian, the prince she is supposed to be guarding, gets kidnapped and she is frozen in place, unable to stop it, leaving her open to accusations of cowardice. Those are the better parts of the week. Willow's life as she knows it over, and all the discipline she has spent her very long life developing can't keep it from going to hell. Terribly injured and now on the run, only discipline keeps Willow from completely breaking under the onslaught of bad luck - discipline and Private Tamlevar who has insisted on following her.

Ultimately, Willow finds herself risking her life for the country which had turned its back on her, choosing to attempt to rescue the kidnapped Prince of Vazerian, even though she no longer has any authority.
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I was well out of my comfort zone with this book, never having read one from this genre before. I was more than pleasantly surprised.....it turned out to fabulous! It has something for everyone....elves, magic, unrequited love, murder and mayhem, all wrapped up in a cracking tale and characters you can route for and others you can hate with a passion. Well done, Mr Getzin. I shall be reading more of yours!
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This novel is rollicking good fun, it's solid and at some points actually inspired. Jeffrey weaves a world like folks do tapestries and spiders do webs, he totally encapsulates the reader and leaves them hungry for more. If only he could release more in the series a little faster as after this taster I am growing more impatient.
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This book is miss titled. It should be called the tortured life of willow! The Prince plays little if any, part in the tale. He is the reason for the quest, but that is about all.it feels like a computer games adventure, where the main character gets beaten to death but gets up smiling as though nothing had happened. A bit more realism and a little less gratuitous violence would have made the tale far more acceptable. It is difficult to sympathise with WIllow because she is unbelievably stubborn and always jumps in at the deep end. Another possible title would be the three bitch queens.
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Was slightly different to what I thought but was still enjoyable to read
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