The Eagle and the Raven

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Penguin Group (Canada), Jan 1, 1996 - Fiction - 896 pages
13 Reviews

She was the flame-haired Boudicca, Queen of the Britons, whose passion and pride lit up the mysterious world of the ancient Celts. From the valleys and mountains of still barbaric Britain to the classic grandeur and corruption of Claudius's Rome, here is the unforgettable drama of a warrior queen torn between love and destiny.

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Review: The Eagle and the Raven

User Review  - Lovely Rita - Goodreads

I love love love this book so much. I've read it a few times and just started reading it again. After the first time I read it, I did some research to see just how much of the book was fictionalized ... Read full review

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User Review  - Shelley Schanfield - Goodreads

I was completely absorbed in the world of Albion that Gedge created. The characters were very complex--sometimes I liked them, sometimes I didn't, but my interest in their fates never flagged. Ifound ... Read full review

About the author (1996)

Pauline Gedge's books have been published in several languages and have won many awards. Her first novel, Child of the Morning, was an international best seller. She won the Writers Guild of Alberta Best Novel of the Year Award for The Twelfth Transforming. She lives in Alberta, Canada.

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