The Hound and the Falcon
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  • 1
    The Isle of Glass | Judith Tarr

    The Isle of Glass

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 39 mins)
    • By Judith Tarr
    • Narrated By James Patrick Cronin
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Alfred of St. Ruan's has lived his life in the seclusion of the monastery. But a badly wounded knight on a mission from the Elvenking, a beautiful and mysterious stranger who walks as both woman and beast, and a warrior king call him out of the cloister's walls into the wars and storms of the world. For he is neither mortal nor human, though he has long tried to live as both; and he can deny neither his nature nor his powerful magic.

    Historically credible medieval fantasy

    3 stars, leaning towards 4. Tarr's linguistic and medieval expertise is evident in her trilogy THE HOUND AND THE FALCON, beginning with this clever bo..Show More »

    Reviewed on February 21 2016 by Skipper (California)
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    The Golden Horn: The Hound and the Falcon | Judith Tarr

    The Golden Horn: The Hound and the Falcon

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 3 mins)
    • By Judith Tarr
    • Narrated By James Patrick Cronin
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Constantinople, A.D. 1203: a great army camps outside the City of Cities, and threatens it with conquest. Within the City, a Greek witch and a renegade monk who is also a white enchanter do their utmost to hold back the tides of war. But even their great powers may not be able to save Byzantium’s empire from the Western Crusade.

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    The Hounds of God | Judith Tarr

    The Hounds of God

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 31 mins)
    • By Judith Tarr
    • Narrated By James Patrick Cronin
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Alfred of St. Ruan's Abbey is a monk and a scholar, a religious man whose vocation is beyond question. But Alfred is also, without a doubt, one of the fair folk, for though he is more than seventy years old by the Abbey's records, he seems to be only a youth. But Alfred is drawn from the haven of his monastery into his dangerous currents of politics when an ambassador from the kingdom of Rhiyana to Richard Coeur de Leon is wounded and Alfred himself is sent to complete the mission.

    Available at last

    The Hound and the Falcon trilogy has long been one of my favorite fastasy/history series, and I am delighted that it is now available on Audible. Jud..Show More »

    Reviewed on March 25 2014 by Robin A. Gower (Point Pleasant, NJ USA)