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10 thoughts on “Bedlam's Bard

  1. says:

    Comprises Knight of Ghosts and Shadows, and Summoned to Tourney.I m assuming that the co author did the bulk of the writing with Lackey adjusting for her personal fit Otherwise, there s no way to account for the sheer wordiness and long stretches of interior thinking by the characters, especially our hero Eric He, by the way, is really annoying sniveling, self pitying, self righteous.Of course, this is a story o


  2. says:

    while this book was a compilation of two, I read it as one and will review it that way One thing that can be said in it s favour is that there was blessedly little recapitulating things we already knew in the second half.The concept was one I really liked, Lackey has successfully used the theme of music as vessel for magic in other bardic stories but this was the first modern day setting I had picked up Elves, music mag


  3. says:

    This book contains the first two in the Bedlam s Bard series Being two completely separate books, originally, i will review them as such.Knights of Ghost and Shadows was fantastic The story line was grand and though the characters may not have all been likable they were interesting and you could really sympathize with them It is full of ups and downs and the farther into it you go, the wound up you get Then there was the roman


  4. says:

    I don t read a lot of modern fantasy I m not quite sure that its my thing That being said, I really enjoyed this one The authors really seemed to hit the right tone, and both the subject matter and the story drew me right in Recommended.


  5. says:

    This is one of the first fantasy books I ever got from Science Fiction Book Club, and as such I may well have liked it way than I should have I remember that I enjoyed the first volume much than the second I also realize that most of what I loved about it had nothing to do with the plot I loved Lackey s descriptions of the transformative power of music, and I felt drawn to the unusual relationship between the three main characters.


  6. says:

    The premise of this book was interesting elves living among humans but mostly hidden I liked the main story but found the thoughts of the characters interspersed with the dialogue to be distracting and a little confusing.This book is a compendium of the two book series in one volume I read the first story but did not read the second.


  7. says:

    Good fun.


  8. says:

    I couldn t put these down Different from the Valdemar bards I particularly loved the portrayal of the Augora Renaissance Faire since I had been there at roughly the time Misty sets the scene.


  9. says:

    Delightful urban fantasy with modern bards and ancient elves Highly recommended as an enjoyable read with good characters.


  10. says:

    I always enjoy a bit of urban fantasy and this story delivers it I ve always enjoyed Lackey s work and this is no exception, the world building and characters are simply magical.


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