Tales of the Vagabond Bards

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In a time of upheaval, where magick and religion often collide, those who keep the old ways are increasingly shunned and ridiculed. The Vagabond Bards, a dedicated group of musicians, singers, actors, poets, and teachers of the unwritten oral folklore of the Terran Worlds, are finding themselves coming under pressure to disband or face probable imprisonment—even death. More

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Review by: Carolyn Boyles on March 2, 2012 :
Ah, to leave the stresses of the modern industrial, computerized world and live a life of relaxation as a bard, wandering the lands bartering song for food and drink. But life is never that simple. Nancy A. Hansen has woven three page-turning tales which will make you stay awake long past your bedtime wanting to read just one more page. In a universe which strongly resembles the 1300s-1400s period, the lands are ruled by the newly-formed and powerful Yeamic Church, whose followers worship the Sun God Helios. The Vagabond Bards are personae non grata in these lands, as their mission is to restore all that is true and right. They are barely tolerated and often persecuted. Living one step away from the law of the Church, these courageous individuals risk their lives to help others. Hansen has crafted three very different stories, which will keep the reader enthralled and left with a feeling of contentment. A great read!
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