The Empty Throne

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, Sep 1, 1999 - Fantasy fiction - 231 pages
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Review: The Empty Throne (Xena: Warrior Princess)

User Review  - Troy Taylor - Goodreads

At least xena is the hero, and the theme of redemption is found throughout. Really, the first part, involving a rescue of villagers turned into pigs was the most interesting. Maybe te fan base would have been better served by collections of short stories rather than a series of novels. Read full review

Review: The Empty Throne (Xena: Warrior Princess)

User Review  - Aioria - Goodreads

its a nice try, with two big mistakes. 1- gabrielle does not have visions, she is not a seer, ok, once, when she was poisoned and almost dead she had a vision of the future, but that does not make her ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
17
Section 3
37
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About the author (1999)

Ru Emerson was raised in Butte Montana (which she claims explains a lot), and after entirely too many years in some of the seedier neighborhoods of Los Angeles, moved to rural Oregon, where she has lived for the past 13 years with Doug (aka iThe Phantom Roommatei), several dogs, rabbits, pigeons, two cats and a furry daughter named Roberta. She has written and sold 17 novels, including the popular NIGHT THREADS 6-volume series, and the first three tie-in novels based on the hit TV Series XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS. Her novels are also currently in print in Germany, England, Spain and Italy. When not buried in research or actively writing, Emerson can be found running, mountain biking, gardening, weight training or flying two and four-line stunt kites on the Oregon Coast.

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