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by Jane Fletcher

Rangers at Roadsend (The Celaeno Series) download ebook
ISBN:
1933110287
ISBN13:
978-1933110288
Author:
Jane Fletcher
Publisher:
Bold Strokes Books (August 1, 2005)
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Pages:
272 pages
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1989 kb
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1356 kb
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Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Rating:
4.7

Rangers at Roadsend book. I guess Jane Fletcher is found of the sob-story for all her main characters, but it's well constructed and the end is pretty satisfying. The mystery touch is well-done and convincing.

Rangers at Roadsend book. Mar 20, 2016 Lex Kent rated it it was amazing. This was the second book I have read in the Celaeno series. And I enjoyed it a lot more than Shadow of the Knife.

Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). com main heading says & is Book 1 of the series (as it would seem to be based on the year in which it opens), these books are not numbered, nor are they chronological.

The High Priest and the Idol. The Walls of Westernfort. The Temple at Landfall. ISBN 13: 978-1-60282-351-8.

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Jane Fletcher (born August 1956) is an English writer of lesbian speculative fiction

Jane Fletcher (born August 1956) is an English writer of lesbian speculative fiction. Her The Walls of Westenfort won the Golden Crown Literary Society's 2005 "Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Horror, Paranormal, Speculative" award, and her The Empress and the Acolyte won its 2007 Speculative Fiction award. In 2009, she received The Alice B Readers Award for career achievement.

The Celaeno Series Book 2. Sergeant Chip Coppelli escaped the manipulative plots of her powerful family by becoming a soldier. After 9 years in the elite Rangers, dealing with thugs and wild predators, she has learned to spot trouble coming, and that is exactly what she sees in the mystery surrounding her new recruit, Katryn Nagata. But even so, Chip was not expecting murder.

series Celaeno Series. Books related to Rangers at Roadsend. You are in the United States store. Gun Shy. Lori L. Lake. Prayer of the Handmaiden.

The Walls of Westernfort. The Exile and the Sorcerer. ISBN 13: 978-1-60282-356-3. This Electronic Book is published by. Bold Strokes Books, Inc. . Box 249. Valley Falls, New York 12185.

Rangers at Roadsend by Jane Fletcher. The Walls of Westernfort by Jane Fletcher. All Temple Guard Natasha Ionadis wants is to serve the Goddess-until she falls in love with one of the rebels she is sworn to destroy. Sergeant Chip Coppelli has learned to spot trouble coming, and that is exactly what she sees in her new recruit, Katryn Nagata. Justice Servedby Radclyffe. Change Of Pace: Erotic Interludes by Radclyffe.

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Sergeant Chip Coppelli escaped the manipulative plots of her powerful family by becoming a soldier. After 9 years in the elite Rangers, dealing with thugs and wild predators, she has learned to spot trouble coming, and that is exactly what she sees in the mystery surrounding her new recruit, Katryn Nagata. But even so, Chip was not expecting murder.
Reviews:
  • Whilingudw
I highly recommend this book and this series, especially for any lesbian sci-fi/fantasy fans. However, what the book won't tell you (but the publisher's website does) is that this book is "The Wrong Trail Knife". It's been re-published and re-released under a different name. So, if you've already read that one, I recommend moving onto "The Walls at Westernfort". That one is new.

This book tells the story of a world of women where belief is law and herasy is punishable by death. The law enforcement/military on the planet are divided up between the Rangers, the Temple Guards and the Militia. The Rangers work in the wilds between towns, protecting the populace from robbers and wild animals. This book centers on a group of Rangers. It is love story, political/social commentary and, most important, a lot of fun and a very good read.

I highly suspect that the upcoming book "The Temple at Landfall" is in fact a re-packaged, re-named version of "The World Celano Chose".
  • Anayanis
Good, as is usual for Jane Fletcher. Not sure why not a 5 star for me, but very good anyway. I'd love to dive right into Dynasty of Rogues but there is NO WAY I'll pay $9.99 for 176 pages. Especially since it's a Bold Stroke book. BS usually starts their books on pg 11-15 (give or take a page) and end sometimes sooner (advertisements in the back). Wish I would of purchased the paperbacks of the Celaeno series (I have all the Lyremouth series) back when they were NOT $16. Anyway as far as Jane Fletchers books, they are always well written. I can easily picture the characters without being aware that I'm being told what they look like and act like. There's not a lot of long winded explanations of the scenery but enough to visualize and feel it. And thank the Goddess there is not sex scene after detailed sex scene. I think these authors now a days can't write a book over 100 pages and tell a good story. They have to have 13-15 pages of DETAILED sex scenes, 3-5 times in the whole book. OK authors, I got what Shelly's mole on her twat looked like the first 15 pages!. What a waste. Sorry, I digressed again. Jane please keep writing. Sorry I have to wait for them to go on sale. I waited years to read this series, I'm patient. I just ordered Shadow of the Knife, it's $6.99 for ~224 pgs. Still high for me but Jane's book is worth it.
  • Twentyfirstfinger
Love all her books
  • Brakree
I love this series. Some people have written some well through out reviews so I'm not going to say much but I still wanted to get my positive rating in on this series. I've read each book numerous times, except The Shadow of the Knife which I just can't get into. I like the characters, the plot of each story and the overall story of the series. Also I highly recommend reading the appendix. My kindle will often show the story has ended but there is still the appendix and it adds so much to the story's setting. I would recommend not reading them in order of publishing date instead read them in this order.

The Rangers at Roadsend

The Temple at Landfall

The Walls of Westernfort

Dynasty of Rogues

I like the characters so much that I want to know what they're doing now.
  • Cesar
After being blown away by `The Walls of Westernfort,' I couldn't wait to pick up this book and be impressed all over again. I was most certainly not disappointed. Jane Fletcher is a phenomenal author. This is only my second read of her material, but I would highly recommend her to anyone.

The story opens with a new addition to Sergeant Chip Coppelli's Ranger unit. Private Katryn Nagata, a beautiful but mysterious Ranger, seems too old for her rank and Chip is determined to find out why. This is especially true when she realizes she is falling hard for the newcomer. Katryn is scared to let the truth of her past come to light, but she can't deny the truth - that she was accused of murdering her former Sergeant -- to Chip. Their trust instinctually runs very deep and Chip will stop at nothing to clear the name of the woman she loves.

This is a great mystery. The reader doesn't know who-done-it until the very last chapter. This is a great romance. Chip and Katryn swoon over each other, but are clueless until they are suddenly in a life and death situation. The reader actually gets a little frustrated (imagine yelling at the TV... `Just kiss the girl!') by this, but that's what makes the book really great.

Note -- My only complaint is that I don't really know what the series order is. As far as I can tell, the series order is - `The Walls of Westernfort' then `Rangers at Roadsend' then `The Temple at Landfall' then `Dynasty of Rogues' and finally `Shadow of the Knife.' The books open in the years 553, 533, 536, 561, and 519, respectively. [The first three listed were the first three published, in that order.] Additionally, very early, Fletcher wrote `The World Celaeno Chose,' but it isn't even mentioned as a book in the series. Except that the Amazon.com main heading says `Shadow' is Book 1 of the series (as it would seem to be based on the year in which it opens), these books are not numbered, nor are they chronological. That said, I have read the first three (in the order above) already and they all seem to be stand-alone stories. Each is enhanced by background information gained from each additional read, but they seem to be enjoyable when read in any order.

Bottom Line - Even if you think you might not like this kind of book, go grab a copy and give it a chance. Since finishing the first three in this series, I ordered Fletcher's Lyremouth Chronicles too. Great author, great read!