Court Duel by Sherwood Smith

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AuthorSherwood Smith
TitleCourt Duel
Book Reviews / Comments (submitted by readers)
Submitted by Kristin 
(Mar 04, 2006)

Crown Duel/Court Duel is certainly not the deepest or most provactive book out there, but its characters are so vivid, so fun to read about, that you can't help falling in love with it. It's a "comfort food" book - it's great fun to read, especially Court Duel, but don't expect to have your outlook on life changed or anything. But that doesn't stop it from being a blast!

Submitted by Iris
(Jul 13, 1999)

Meliara, the teenage countess of Tlanth is dragged off to court when her brother, his fiance, and that well-heeled snobby nemisis Marquis Vidanric enter her life. There she experiences rivalry and romance, and trying to learn fan languages and who's her enemy and who's not. Meliara then begins exchanging love letters and receives roses from a secret admirer, and at the same time has to deal with Vidanric's cold and cool ways.

The best thing about this book was that the cover wasn't just another cheap old ugly piece of artwork that you typically find on fantasies. This cover is beautiful and not embarressing to be seen with. If you like action, adventure, and a touch of romance, Court Duel is for you.

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