The Lions of Al-Rassan - Guy Gavriel Kay Reviews
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by - written on 30/01/10 (Very useful, 10 readings)
This is one of my favourite books. I have read it numerous times and will never be tired of reading it. Guy Gavriel Kay is a very lyrical author and his words just flow into you, beautiful and poetic. The Lions of Al-Rassan tells the story of Rodrigo Belmonte, a Jaddite Captain and Ammar Ibn Khairan, a poet and assassin from the neighbouring land of Al-Rassan. Both are sworn enemies but through circumstances beyond their control find themselves outcasts in the city of Ragosa. They become friends, aided by a mutual friend, the beautiful Jehane, who is a Kindath doctor. Jahane is drawn to both men and is pleased as she watches the growning friendship between the ... Read the complete review
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