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  • Title: No Safe Haven
  • Author: Carmen Webster Buxton
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  • Page: 209
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  • No Safe Haven By Carmen Webster Buxton Ran Del Jahanpur still doesn t know what his clan shaman foresaw in his vision of the future Whatever the old man saw made him force Ran Del to leave the forest and marry Baron Hayden s daughter In spite of minor jealousies, Ran Del and Francesca have forged a strong marriage Ran Del is still a warrior, but he s comfortable in the city partly because few people know ofRan Del Jahanpur still doesn t know what his clan shaman foresaw in his vision of the future Whatever the old man saw made him force Ran Del to leave the forest and marry Baron Hayden s daughter In spite of minor jealousies, Ran Del and Francesca have forged a strong marriage Ran Del is still a warrior, but he s comfortable in the city partly because few people know of the psy abilities that make him so useful to the House of Hayden Francesca is happy Ran Del can see her thoughts well enough to know her feelings for her old flame Freddie Leong have cooled Fortunately, psy talents are rare in the city, and no one knows the true circumstances of her marriage, not even Freddie As heir to House Leong, Freddie has his own problems he spends his days trying to escape his mother s iron control and ensure she never kills his father But not all the dangers of Haven lie in the cities In the mountains to the north, the fiercely independent people known as the Horde have changed their ways Instead of fighting among themselves and raiding in force, they now use cunning to get what they need When the Horde strikes, Ran Del and Francesca face a threat far worse than either of them ever imagined And then finally, Ran Del confronts his destiny.
    Carmen Webster Buxton
    I live in Maryland with my husband and a sweet natured beagle named Cosmo, who gets me out of the house every day.

    No Safe Haven By Carmen Webster Buxton

    Commentaires:

    Dave Higgins
    Although this book is the sequel to The Sixth Discipline it also stands up in its own right, both as an engaging story and as a description of a varied fantasy world.The story continues the life of Ran Del Jahanpur However, this is an older and calmer Ran Del, happily married with two children and a third on the way While he still sees the value of Sansoussy culture he also accepts that the culture of the City has value In contrast to the dismissal of different cultures that threatened his happi [...]

    Sharon Michael
    The sequel to The Sixth Discipline which I got as a free download and liked well enough to immediately purchase this Not quite as good as the initial book, unfortunately, but still an entertaining read.In this era of series that continue indefinitely without saying anything, which I have no patience with, I have to say that I believe this book would have been better if expanded into two volumes The main character from the first book continues in the main storyline but there are other storylines [...]

    Allan Ashinoff
    I have to say that Carmen Webster Buxton is a very good storyteller I m not much into the fantasy genre but took a chance on her first novel and liked it very much it should never have been a free download in my opinion Because of my respect and appreciation for her work I purchased this book for 2.99 As before, this book did not disappoint The story was told well from a variety of perspectives and was quite gripping Highly recommended.

    David King
    Review originally posted on my blog killie booktalk No Safe Haven is the sequel to The Sixth Discipline and I would advise everyone to read this first as No Safe Haven does refer back to various incidents from that book and therefore the reader needs to have some understanding of what went on before.The story starts the equivalent of nine earth years after the events of the first novel and once again the main plotline follows the lives of Ran Del, Francesca and their family I will try not to spo [...]

    Barry
    As with the first novel in the series, I read the sequel almost in one sitting I had grown fond of the characters from The Sixth Discipline and was delighted to become reacquainted with these characters as well as a few new characters who were also well drawn I love a good adventure story The romances in the story were handled sensitively and without much explicit detail in the sex scenes with an interesting exploration of different cultures views of love and marriage I also share the view that [...]

    Nik
    I quite like the world that Buxton s built, but it s hard to muster up a great deal of enthusiasm for much else Her character s are somewhat two dimensional and they behave quite bizarrely in the circumstances they re put in, and the dialogue is stilted I think the story would be quite promising if the characters were fleshed out and didn t seem to do things solely to move it along The romances are a little disturbing, but then I don t see the appeal of people who come on strong, and Buxton s gr [...]

    Liquid Frost
    I read this book immediately after reading The Sixth Discipline Haven 1 This book moves toward two new relationships, which if one assumes there is to be a Haven 3, new relationships will roll out No thanks to that Ran Del was about 30% of the book at best, and it wasn t really so much about him I m closing the book, as it were, on any future Haven reads.

    Criss
    Better than the first There was too much jealous whining at bitching in the first book but this one was great

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