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Publisher's Summary

This is not a typical Marion Zimmer Bradley novel. This book is the result of a bet between Marion and Don Wollheim, her editor for the Darkover novels at DAW Books. In addition, it's her response to the Gor novels - where men were men and women were slaves - that were also being published by DAW Books. Yes, this book does start out with a heroine who has been captured and is being sold as a slave, who has amnesia and remembers nothing of her life before the trip across the desert with the slavers - and, due to a head injury, remembers mercifully little of that. But she does know that she would rather fight in the arena than be a harlot for the men who do, and that choice changes the rest of the book. In a Gor-style novel the woman would become less her own person, eventually learning to be a contented and obedient slave. In this book, even while the heroine, called Zadieyek of Gyre, remains a slave, she is something quite different from the typical "slave girl" - she grows and develops, always searching for her memory and her past, convinced that this is not how her life is supposed to be. And, of course, she's right.

©1985-2069 Marion Zimmer Bradley (P)2014 Marion Zimmer Bradley Literary Works Trust

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This is a great story and the narrator really brought it to life. You sometimes felt like you were actually in the story with the characters.

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  • 12-29-18

Plot: Great, Conclusion: Slightly off

I loved this book for its very intriguing plot and well-written characters. The protagonist, her thoughts and feelings, really come to life and it's one of those books you don't want stop reading.
The conclusion was a little odd, I'll say that much. Not in the sense of it being disappointing or ill-fitting, but rather a "I really didn't expect that".

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  • 08-12-14

Woman Protagonist

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

Yes, entertaining story about cultural traditions and celebration of women's strength and femininity

How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?

I would re-write the ending. The ending was disappointing and lacked reference to the rest of the story line, it felt rushed and removed from the rest of the story.

Would you listen to another book narrated by Christa Lewis?

Yes.

Do you think Warrior Woman needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

No, because I was so disappointed with the ending that I do not care for what would happen next for the main character.

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