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eBook Rope Dancer download

by Roberta Gellis

eBook Rope Dancer download ISBN: 051508977X
Author: Roberta Gellis
Publisher: Jove; Reprint edition (May 1, 1987)
Language: English
ePub: 1726 kb
Fb2: 1973 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: United States

Roberta Gellis is a superb storyteller of extraordinary talent. Roberta Gellis is the bestselling author of over 25 novels in different fields

Roberta Gellis is a superb storyteller of extraordinary talent. John Jakes, bestselling author of The Gods of Newport. Roberta Gellis is the bestselling author of over 25 novels in different fields. New York Times best-seller John Jakes has called her a superb storyteller of extraordinary talent; Publishers Weekly has termed her a master of the medieval historical.

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Roberta Gellis d the agony in his skull became a dull ache. The ability to think, which soon followed, brought no comfort. Telor was under no delusion about why he had been kept alive. A common man who attacked a lord was not granted an easy death. Still, he did not regret what he had done, only the fact that he could not remember whether he had succeeded in avenging Eurion

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The Rope Dancer (1987). About book: Unequalled in her art, Carys danced for the danced in manor and village. Love was a stranger to this little rope dancer until Telor came along, the wandering minstrel whose love for her made his songs sweeter and more passionate

The Rope Dancer (1987). Love was a stranger to this little rope dancer until Telor came along, the wandering minstrel whose love for her made his songs sweeter and more passionate. An exquisite novel of historical romance during the golden age of chivalry, from the bestselling author of A Tapestry of Dreams.

Published 1986 by Jove Book in New York. CPB Box no. 1380 vol. 4. The Physical Object.

With over eight million books in print, award–winning author Roberta Gellis sets the standard for captivating medieval romance filled with passion and pageantry

With over eight million books in print, award–winning author Roberta Gellis sets the standard for captivating medieval romance filled with passion and pageantry. Praise for The Rope Dancer: "An extremely entertaining and delightful tale with three of the most charming and unusual characters to come along in a great while. -Rebecca Brandewyne, bestselling author of Rose of Rapture.

1986) A novel by Roberta Gellis. Carys' livelihood depends on her agility, beauty, and balance. But the nimble rope dancer finds herself grounded with a twisted ankle, and at the complete mercy of a minstrel who values nothing more than his freedom.

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The romance of Carys, the lovely, spirited rope dancer, and Telor, the minstrel who awakens her to the joys and pains of love, is set against the richly textured pageantry, perils, intrigue, and passions of twelfth-century England
Comments: (7)
Flathan
I have owned this book since it first came out years ago and am so happy it became available for my kindle. I know I'll always have a copy. Part of the reason this book is intriguing is because Carys, the heroine, is a rope dancer, the hero, Telor, is a minstrel and the 'secondary' hero, Deri, is a dwarf. Roberta is so knowledgeable about medieval times - she makes it very interesting to view the life from a 'lower class' point of view. Of course, lower class does not mean they are not people of honor and that 'upper class' people are naturally people of honor. There are villains and heros in all people, of course. Roberta always tells a good story - there's humor and love and a real picture of life in those times. I recommend any story by Roberta.
Zehaffy
I loved this one. I have been enjoying author's medieval series. This one is not part of a series, although it is set in that time period. It would be a good one to get a flavor of Gellis's writing.Memorablle
Zieryn
I have owned this book in paperback for years, and was happy to be able to get it for my kindle. Ms. Gellis writes a good story, and the best part of this book is the main characters are not among the nobility, for a change. The descriptions of life among the common folk really give a feeling for what it may have been like for the common folk- not everyone lived in luxury. The love story was predictable, but the details made it a story I have re-read & enjoyed many times over the years.
Lanadrta
This novel takes us to the "under classes" in the Middle Ages. We are witnesses to their mostly dangerous and insecure lives. Yet we don't see it that way at all. Our view is their view and they laugh, love and live. Yes, it's dangerous dirty and to me, a modern, almost unbelievable. But our author doesn't pity, preach or pontificate she observes from their point of view and it is a great story.
Dondallon
i consider Gellis to be one of the premier romance writers around. this is a nice change from her novels about upper class, since it deals with the lower classes in medieval society.
Kahavor
I didn't care for this book but I motored on through then donated it.
HeonIc
Excellent historical fiction set during the succession wars in England between the rule of Henry I and Henry II. The story is unusual in that its subjects are travelling entertainers not members of the nobility. Typically good work by Roberta Gellis.
I Love Roberta Gellis historical romance. Im going back to enjoy them all again wish they were all available on Kindle!