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by Doris Egan

eBook Two Bit Heroes (DAW Book Collectors, No. 870) download ISBN: 0886775000
Author: Doris Egan
Publisher: DAW; First Edition edition (January 7, 1992)
Language: English
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Rating: 4.6
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Category: Literature
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2 Partial filmography. Two-Bit Heroes (January 1992, DAW Books

2 Partial filmography. Partial bibliography. Gate of Ivory trilogy. The Gate of Ivory (February 1989, DAW Books, ISBN 978-0-88677-328-1). Two-Bit Heroes (January 1992, DAW Books, ISBN 978-0-88677-500-1). Guilt-Edged Ivory (September 1992, DAW Books, ISBN 978-0-88677-538-4). City of Diamond (as Jane Emerson) (March 1996, DAW Books, ISBN 978-0-88677-704-3).

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A thrilling new adventure of Theodora and Ran from the author of The Gate of Ivory. Egan is witty, her characters are vivid and have all sorts of intriguing problems, and these are among the best novels ever written on folklore and anthropological fieldwork. These books are in some ways better, or at least more fun, than classics such as leGuin's Left Hand, Gentle's Golden Witchbreed, etc.

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A thrilling new adventure of Theodora and Ran from the author of The Gate of Ivory. Drawn back to Ivory both by her love for Ran and her fascination with magic, Theodora leaves with Ran on an investigation for a noble family, and their mission gets them trapped between the Emperor's troops and a dangerous band of outlaws. Original.
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I love this series. I can't believe it's so unknown. Not much else to say about it that I didn't already say in my review of the first book:

"Loved it. It's a little science fiction, a little fantasy, a little romance with characters that are likable and a bit of humor thrown in too. Don't expect anything dark or bloody or even complicated. Just a good, entertaining read.

I can't remember where I heard about this one - and no one on my Good Reads friend's list has read it or even marked as "to read" - and I admit, I was a bit skeptical - books written in the 80s can be cheesy. I'm adding this one to my favorites list."
The book is in the condition as advertised, except the spine has stickers on it that can not be removed. I was very disappointed by this.
This series is just wonderful. While traveling incognito, our heroes are mistaken for the most wanted outlaws on the planet. They're kidnapped by said outlaws. The outlaws want the narrator's fiance/husband to use his majic. If he's caught, as head of the Cormallon family, all Cormallons will be put to death.
And the REALLY big problem is: how does one complete a complicated marriage ritual while pretending a strictly business relationship?
The humor and insight of this well-crafted book calls me back once every two years. Ms. Egan, are you using another name now? Where are you? Can I send you money?
One of my favorite series so far, and for some strange and mysterious reason we haven't seen anything from Doris Egan since! I don't understand, these books are wonderful! If you can find this series, you won't be disappointed. Doris - if you're out there, I'm waiting!
I remain disappointed that she is no longer writing books and has moved on to writing for tv.
This series (Gate of Ivory, Two-Bit Heroes, & Guilt-Edged Ivory) has a wonderful, almost stream of conciousness tone. The heroine's world-view comes through crystal clear. Doris Egan builds an incredibly rich world. Really, REALLY good!!