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Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13: 9781557734488.
I first read this book when I was about 12 or 13, it was a revelation to my young mind that there were books out there like this
I first read this book when I was about 12 or 13, it was a revelation to my young mind that there were books out there like this. I had to track it down again (which took a while as there are a couple of other books with the same name and its no longer in print) and I still found certain parts funny and was able to read it with a little more understanding. Great for a holiday trash novel.
1991) A novel by Aileen Humphrey. Glorianna Kendell has convinced herself that she will never find the right man, until a malicious act of blackmail and revenge forces her to marry a dark stranger who proceeds to seduce her with his charms Genre: Historical Romance. Used availability for Aileen Humphrey's The Golden Swan.
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I must capture it," thought the King. The selfish King, eager to capture the Swan, tried doing some good deeds in his Kingdom. Now, I suppose a messenger will come to take me to heaven," he thought. But as soon as he held his bow up, the swan disappeared. And the King heard a voice, I am the Golden Swan. If you want to capture me, you must come to heaven. Surprised, the King said, Please show me the way to heaven. Do good deeds, serve your people and the messenger from heaven would come to fetch you to heaven," replied the voice.
SWAN: If I give them some of my golden feathers, the mother could sell them and they could live a normal life. This became a regular feature and from time to time, the swan came back and every time she left another feather. MOTHER: We are living happy now, thanks to that swan´s feathers. NARRATOR: The swan flew away to the poor woman’s house. MOTHER: Why have you come here?. DAUGHTER 1: Yes mother, we live in confort.
We came to the end of forest and onto something different, some sort of upland plateau. urage, with stone-walled garths on the summits. To me the outlook was bleak. We had not run afoul of brigands, not yet; Dair had seen to that. But we were out of food, and there would be no more wild grapes to eat, and no more deer for Dair’s hunting. I fingered my modest gold necklace and sighed.