The Robber Knight - Special Edition

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When you are fighting for the freedom of your people, falling in love with your enemy is not a great idea. Or is it? Ayla has to defend her castle and her people all on her own, with nobody to help her but a dark warrior she hates with all her heart.

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About Robert Thier

Robert Thier is a German Historian and writer of Historical Fiction. His particular mix of history, romance and adventure, always with a good deal of humor thrown in, has gained him a diverse readership ranging from teenagers to retired grandmothers. For the way he manages to make history come alive, as if he himself had lived as a medieval knight, his fans all over the world have given him the nickname “Sir Rob”.

For him, Robert says, becoming a writer has followed naturally from his interest in history. “In Germany,” he says, “we use the same word for story and history. And I've always loved the one as much as the other. Becoming a storyteller, a writer, is what I've always wanted.”

Besides writing and researching in dusty old archives, on the lookout for a mystery to put into his next story, Robert enjoys classical music and long walks in the country. The helmet you see on the picture he does not wear because he is a cycling enthusiast, but to protect his literary skull in which a bone has been missing from birth. Robert lives in the south of Germany in a small village between the three Emperor's Mountains.

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Railwayworker reviewed on May 17, 2014

This book has it all - romance, excitement and a good portion of sarcastic humour - and fun historical facts in the foot notes. Rob Thier has a way with his characters that makes them all interesting, with good sides and bad. Although the major villain in the book is probably all bad, apart from having a good taste for fine armour.

The only drawback is the abrupt ending where a lot of questions remain. Luckily the next book is on it's way.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)

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