Way of the Warrior

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Way of the Warrior

Way of the Warrior Lady Ilena still can t believe she is hereditary chief of Dun Alyn her new home in the North She eagerly awaits the return of her betrothed Durant of Arthur s table and the time when Durant will ru

  • Title: Way of the Warrior
  • Author: Patricia Malone
  • ISBN: 9780440239017
  • Page: 270
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Lady Ilena still can t believe she is hereditary chief of Dun Alyn, her new home in the North She eagerly awaits the return of her betrothed, Durant of Arthur s table, and the time when Durant will rule beside her But Britain is in a state of unrest Despite Durant s and Arthur s efforts at unification, several neighboring fortresses have allied with Saxon invaders in thLady Ilena still can t believe she is hereditary chief of Dun Alyn, her new home in the North She eagerly awaits the return of her betrothed, Durant of Arthur s table, and the time when Durant will rule beside her But Britain is in a state of unrest Despite Durant s and Arthur s efforts at unification, several neighboring fortresses have allied with Saxon invaders in the South These tribes want Dun Alyn, and one tribal leader called Faolan will stop at nothing to get it When Ilena refuses to accept Faolan s marriage proposal in her loved one s absence, she sets off a bloody battle with grave results.A warrior can commit no greater crime than to falter under attack, and now Ilena faces the ultimate punishment she must leave Dun Alyn, alone, and may not return to her people until she has proved herself worthy to be their leader The journey will take Ilena to old friends and new ones as she searches for Durant and for Britain s protector, the legendary Arthur.From the Hardcover edition.

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    One thought on “Way of the Warrior

    1. Terry Marine on said:

      I love this two-part series. Enough plot twists to engage adult readers. Enough action to satisfy that desire. Lots of tough, fighting women; and England too!

    2. Carmen on said:

      A Realistic Take on Britain in Arthur’s TimesIt’s 500 AD and Britain is divided: the south and east regions of the island are under Saxon’s rule, while the northern tribes have rallied under Arthur, the Dragon Chief, in an effort to keep their customs and their lands. Among those who have sworn fealty to Arthur are Ilena, the 15 year old chieftain of Dun Alyn and Durant her betrothed who is also Arthur’s cousin.As the novel starts Durant is leaving Ilena to serve with Arthur, and promise [...]

    3. Lady Knight on said:

      While not nearly as good as the first book in this duo, "Way of the Warrior" was a decent tale of the Dark Ages. I first read this one when I was about sixteen, and I loved it then, re-reading it now, I find that it simply isn't as exciting as I once thought it was. Still, a solid read.Ilena is back and is adjusting to life as the chief of Dun Alyn. Durant is forced to return to Arthur and must leave Ilena with only the memories of their times together, his gold ring, and a promise that he'll re [...]

    4. Renee on said:

      Lady Ilena is content because she will be the next chief of Dun Alyn and will be married to her betrothed, Durant who is a member of Arthur’s table. While Durant is absent aiding Arthur, Lady Ilena faces problems with an unwanted suitor - Faolan. During a battle, Lady Ilena falters and journeys in order to reclaim her honor. Themes include love, loss, and honor. This book will appeal to girls looking for an independent and strong female character and those interested in Arthurian settings. Sin [...]

    5. Jill on said:

      Lady Ilena: Way of the Warriorintroduces a part of history that may be unfamiliar to many readers. Ilena defends her land, leads her people, and goes on a quest to redeem herself when she stumbles in her duty. The action moves quickly and the ending is satisfying while still allowing for the natural addition of a third book.This book contains alcohol consumption.

    6. Patricia on said:

      It had been so long since I read book one that initially I was scrambling to remember the story. I liked this story alright. I remember being very taken with book one. I liked book two but not as much as I hazily recall liking book one. This story seemed rather short and I felt a bit of disappointment at the end, as it seemed to end abruptly.

    7. Jenny on said:

      Lady Ilena is content as the chief of Dun Alyn and betrothed to Arthur's man Durant. But unrest is in the country, and Ilena turns down neighbor Faolin's betrothal, leading to a battle where she freezes. Cast out of Dun Alyn untl she has committed mighty deeds to prove her worth, Ilena struggles to protect her friends and prepare for the coming battle. Can she free Arthur in time?

    8. Dame on said:

      So this was the second, again did not know, but seriously loved the book. It is short, very fast paced and still flows really well. It was interesting to learn about woman's roles during the time period. The author stayed very true to it. I didn't know that women of this time period were such fearsome warriors.

    9. Azalea Dabill on said:

      This one is even better than the first, if that's possible. You're there, with Ilena, fighting for her hold, her people, and her love. An Arthurian fantasy that is solidly historical and vastly entertaining.

    10. Alyssa on said:

      I was a little shocked at the end-and I am sure there is another book to follow-there had better be! But this book was better paced and even better than the first one. Treachery sets Ilena in exile and she gets involved in efforts to save the legendary Arthur.

    11. Ariel on said:

      Um, no. That ending was horrific. I thought I was in the middle of the book, but instead it was the last page. Did the author just get tired of writing? I literally said "What the fuck?!" out loud. That's just laziness.

    12. Rachel on said:

      Not brilliant, but not bad. Unfortunately, it doesn't feel like quite the end of the story, but my library doesn't have any more in the series. Assuming there is more in the story.

    13. Veronica on said:

      I really liked this sequel to 'Lady Ilena'. But what was up with that ending!?!?!?

    14. Abby on said:

      i loved it! just as good as the first one! i cant wait for the next!!

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