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        Paginationxvi, 99 p. :
        Number of Pages57
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Language eng Summary In an effort to expose the newly crowned queen Marie de Medici's ruthless plot to assassinate her husband, French king Henri IV, professional duelist and court spy Valentin Rochefort inadvertently carries it out.

1610 a sundial in a grave Mary Gentle > developer.qloo.com

A few people that I recommended this to before didnt care for it, but it is definitely one of my top five favorite of Kings - and my favorite of his Bachman books. The story is quite simple - mostly a love story between the narrator Rochefort the spy and Dariole the duellist. Gentle is a real-life mistress of the sword so her action scenes ring true. I'm still not sure about this one. This book seems inclined to S-M the other thing that seems to be going on in the scene that finally killed my patienceand it's reasonable to give folks with that interest and motivation some books to read.

As our three heroes arrive in London, a new player makes himself known on the scene: the English physician and mathematician Robert Fludd. And he's conscious of possibly facing failure to one particular rising star, but seems oblivious to what's actually going on. 1610 is written as if it were a computer-generated reconstructed translation of a fire-damaged manuscript by Rochefort.

In England, only five years earlier, conspirators nearly succeeded in blowing up King James I and his Parliament. What makes the novel most interesting and different is the complex characterization of Rochefort - although his life has not been above reproach, he is loyal and wise, and capable of great love and sacrifice.