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by Ru Emerson

eBook Xena: How the Quest Was Won (Xena, Warrior Princess) download ISBN: 0441006744
Author: Ru Emerson
Publisher: Ace (September 1, 2000)
Language: English
ePub: 1999 kb
Fb2: 1475 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction

I Just finished reading the first two books based on Hercules and Xena.

I Just finished reading the first two books based on Hercules and Xena. BY THE SWORD by Timothy Boggs was the better of the two. THE EMPTY THRONE by Ru Emerson was not quite as enjoyable. Having seen Xena rescue the arc of the Covenant, Defend Troy, save Helen and meet Homer, Xena goes to Ithaca and gets involved in the Odyssey (Homer is still a young boy and has never met any of the heroes).

All three books just don't seem to fit in the 'Xena' Universe. And the ending, while being right out of a Greek style play, is not really fulfilling

Ships from and sold by RosannsFineBooks. All three books just don't seem to fit in the 'Xena' Universe. And the ending, while being right out of a Greek style play, is not really fulfilling.

Questward, Ho! XWP Fiction The Further Adventures of Xena: Warrior Princess →. How the Quest Was Won was the third book in Ru Emerson's trilogy of Xena: Warrior Princess novels for Ace Books. Blown off-course to the land of Crete, Xena, Warrior Princess, her apprentice, the bard Gabrielle, and Joxer the Mighty hope to find word of Helen of Troy’s location. Little do they expect to find Helen herself living as a servant in the king’s palace.

Xena Warrior Princess book. Based on the hit television series, Xena: Warrior Princess, created by John Schulian and Robert Tapert, How the Quest Was Won continues the story of Xena and her trusted companion, Gabrielle, as they fight to protect the innocent and to redeem Xena’s troubled past.

Blown off-course to the land of Crete, Xena, Warrior Princess, her apprentice, the bard Gabrielle, and Joxer the Mighty hope to. .

Blown off-course to the land of Crete, Xena, Warrior Princess, her apprentice, the bard Gabrielle, and Joxer the Mighty hope to find word of Helen of Troy’.

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Xena: Warrior Princess is an American fantasy television series filmed on location in New Zealand. The series aired in first-run syndication from September 4, 1995, to June 18, 2001. Critics have praised the series for its strong female protagonist,. Critics have praised the series for its strong female protagonist, and it has acquired a strong cult following, attention in fandom, parody, and academia, and has influenced the direction of other television series.

2000) (A book in the Xena - Warrior Princess series) A novel by Ru Emerson. Abused by her husband, Helen has fled her wicked husband Menelaus for the isle of Crete where she remains hidden, until the wily king locates her and she seeks the protection of Xena. Science Fiction & Fantasy). September 2000 : USA Mass Market Paperback.

Blown off-course to the land of Crete, Xena, Warrior Princess, her apprentice, the bard Gabrielle, and Joxer the Mighty hope to find word of Helen of Troy’s location. Xena Warrior Princess: How The Quest Was Won - eBook. Read This On. Android,Ereader,Desktop,IOS,Windows.

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Abused by her husband, Helen has fled her wicked husband Menelaus for the isle of Crete where she remains hidden, until the wily king locates her and she seeks the protection of Xena.
Comments: (3)
Ricep
This is a sad end of a very painful series. All three books just don't seem to fit in the 'Xena' Universe. And the ending, while being right out of a Greek style play, is not really fulfilling. Don't get me wrong, I want books to be made about Xena, BUT by somebody else! I don't need to know every little detail of a dusty trail or a copper cup or the deep blue sea.
Realistic
While I absolutely love everything to do with the Xenaverse, I was a little disappointed with this conclusion to Ru Emmerson's series. The story was good, but it was kinda out of a Greek drama (hmmm... guess I shouldn't complain since it's about a couple of ancient Greeks) but after all the buildup in the first two about how difficult it was going to be to find Helen, I was dimayed how how absurdly easy it ended up being and the whole segment in the maze was not very believable. I also had some difficulty with her portrayal of Gabrielle and her relationship with Xena... finding it difficult to place exactly when during the series this might have taken place.

On the flip side. Will I keep this book in my collection? Yup. Will I read this book again? You betcha.
Bine
AWESOME!