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by Catherine Coulter

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ISBN:
0451402065
Author:
Catherine Coulter
Category:
Contemporary
Language:
English
Publisher:
Onyx; 1st Printing edition (September 4, 1990)
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Earth Song (Song Novels): Third in Catherine Coulter?s charming Medieval Song series. Earth Song by Catherine Coulter. Earth Song by Catherine Coulter: 9780451209276 PenguinRandomHouse. Third in Catherine Coulter's charming Medieval Song series.

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Catherine Coulter gs. But what good had any of it done? Her attempt to tell Crooky of her plight, her plea to write Gorkel a love poem, all had been dashed when Walter had shown his possession of her in front of everyone by kissing her and caressing her breast. Crooky would tell Dienwald, of a certainty. But still they would attempt a rescue, if not for her, then for Edmund.

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Catherine Coulter: The Song Novels 1-6. Catherine Coulter. Warrior's song fire song earth song secret song rosehaven the penwyth curse. Publisher Description. These six novels by the New York Times bestselling author of The Valcourt Heiress are filled with all the romance and danger of medieval England-and the timeless passions that play out between men and women. Mysteries & Thrillers.

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Third in Catherine Coulter?s charming Medieval Song series.
  • Nirad
Third in the Song series, and like the others set in 13th century England (Cornwall), this tells the story of Philippa de Beauchamp, very tall and impulsive daughter of Lord Henry. When she overhears her father planning to wed her to an old man, she runs away and ends up in the castle of Dienwald de Fortenberry, whom we met in FIRE SONG. Dienwald's castle is rundown and his people and he dress in rags (which I didn't like and felt was unrealistic). Held as Dienwald's captive, Philippa brings an order to the castle and its people and with the wool Dienwald stole from her father, she manages to clothe the people. Of course, Dienwald who seems to sleep with all the women in his domain, lusts after Philippa.

This one seemed more fanciful to me, especially given the multiple times Philippa was naked in front of people and naked sleeping with Dienwald (ostensibly because he was worried she'd run away...what? No guards?). It may also have been the dialog which I think Coulter intended to be tongue in cheek since she told me to be prepared to laugh when I read it. The chemistry between the two was late in coming and two thirds of the way through the book Deinwald thinks the worst of Philippa and is still constantly berating her as being "over large" and having big feet. (Again, since she was a beautiful girl who, we learn early on, is actually King Edward's illegitimate daughter, I assume his criticism was also tongue in cheek.)

It's a clever plot in many ways and Coulter serves up witty dialog and some new characters though you might not recognize the serious Deinwald we met in book 2, FIRE SONG. (Of the series thus far, I liked WARRIOR'S SONG best.) Still, it's entertaining and I can recommend it.

The Medieval Song Series:

WARRIOR'S SONG (earlier version titled CHANDRA)
FIRE SONG
EARTH SONG
SECRET SONG
  • Gold as Heart
Couldn't quite give it a five. Just couldn't come to terms with Phillippa being stripped before all of St. Erth's township, and her overlooking it.
Otherwise, the storyline about her escape and her eventual arrival at St. Erth was comical and playful. One of my favorite medieval novels.
  • Arryar
Loved it! Dienwald is a unique funny character , the story me laugh several times, & not too many sex scenes until the end, skipped the final love scene, but overall entertaining plot !
  • Dordred
Unusual story with limited characters. Amazing how much fun it was to read. Some of the attitudes we r e a bit off-putting but it was a good story. Enjoy.
  • Jairani
Well written, funny, and completely held my interest. The characters were well developed. I loved the little boy, Edmund.
Couldn't put it down.
  • Modimeena
Ok, let me start out by saying I love CC's work, she is almost my favorite, right behind Judith McNaught! I did enjoy this book, it was a little hard to get into after the first few pages, I like how the girl was so headstrong to do the things she did but it just took too long and there were too many intermediaries in the story. Warrior Song - the first of this series was really good, the best of the series, in my opinion. Earth Song was good, I will probably sell the book and not read it again, it didnt hold me that long for me to read again.

Sorry Ms. Coulter, You are a wonderful writer but this one was a bit lacking. I guess we all have bad days.
  • Ahieones
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I love this book. It is my favorite of the the series. This book had me laughing nonstop at the most inopportune moments. It doesnt get much better than this