The Robin & the Kestrel
After the affairs recounted in "The Lark and The Wren," Robin, a gypsy lass and bard, and Kestrel, semi-fugitive heir to a throne he does not want, have married their fortunes together and travel the open road, seeking their happiness where they may find it.
This is their story. But it is also the story of the Ghost of Skull Hill, the very ghost who gave Rune a bag of silver and her start in life rather than her death when she played the night away. Together, the Robin, the Kestrel, and the Ghost will foil a plot to drive all music forever from the land - but first, the Robin and the Kestrel must tame the killer Ghost.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - DragonFreak - LibraryThing
Jonny Brede “Kestrel” and Gwyna “Robin” have separated from Rune and the rest of the Free Bard group to go on their separate ways together. They’re married, and since Robin is a gypsy, so is Kestrel ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - cat8864 - LibraryThing
I read this one over a year ago and figured that while it was a nice book, I had no desire to read any further into the the world of the "Bardic Voices". It was interesting but I found it just as formulaic and predicatble as most of Lackey's other books. Read full review