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Accustomed to patrolling the wild western border of Lystra to keep out slavers, Henry must now readjust to courtly intrigues-a task made all the more difficult by the meaningless but conspicuous leper's brand on his hand. Matters come to a head when Surchatain Magnus of Scylla comes for an unexpected visit. He brings not only the spoiled, immature son he plans to marry off to Sophie, but a surprise guest who has designs on a most unwilling Henry. In Extremis is the seventh book of the Latter Annals of Lystra. Previous books are listed on the back page, but new readers may jump into the series at any point.

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Return to Book Page. Preview — In Extremis by Robin Hardy. So reads the frantic message from Surchataine Nicole that brings Ares' adopted son Henry out of exile after two years. When Henry arrives at Westford, he discovers vultures gathering over the province, eyeing Ares' twin year-old daughters, Sophie and Bonnie. Accustomed to patrolling the wild western border of Lystra to keep out slavers, Henr Come at once.

Accustomed to patrolling the wild western border of Lystra to keep out slavers, Henry must now readjust to courtly intrigues-a task made all the more difficult by the meaningless but conspicuous leper's brand on his hand. Matters come to a head when Surchatain Magnus of Scylla comes for an unexpected visit. He brings not only the spoiled, immature son he plans to marry off to Sophie, but a surprise guest who has designs on a most unwilling Henry. In Extremis is the seventh book of the Latter Annals of Lystra. Previous books are listed on the back page, but new readers may jump into the series at any point.

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    Lists with This Book. Mar 29, English rated it did not like it Shelves: As with all that came before in this series In Extremis groans under the burden of various historical inaccuracies, anachronisms and out of place modern terms and phrases, Americanisms and colloquialisms. This may seem pedantic, but I for one find it hard to take characters seriously as medieval people when they are speaking like modern Texans. It takes a lot more than people using swords and riding horses and a peppering of a few period terms and phrases or indeed an impressive sounding Latin As with all that came before in this series In Extremis groans under the burden of various historical inaccuracies, anachronisms and out of place modern terms and phrases, Americanisms and colloquialisms.

    It takes a lot more than people using swords and riding horses and a peppering of a few period terms and phrases or indeed an impressive sounding Latin title to constitute historical authenticity and realism, something this series seems to be sadly lacking.

    The novel recycles a number of scenarios and plot devices perhaps coming to be a little over-used from previous novels which make it seem all the more with yet more cunningly disguised secret tunnels which another character gets stuck in and sliding panels. Apparently, Lystrans aren't too keen on the common medieval pastime of hunting cute animals for sport.

    They do however have another of their favourite activities to keep them occupied- humiliating their guests. However, for Medieval royals treat their guests who also happened to be Royal with such flagrant contempt and disrespect would appear entirely unacceptable for the period. Never mind that their behaviour is infantile, childish and quite simply pathetic.

    Their guest and the father of the suitor in question called one of the Lystran royals names Renee a nasty name 17 years before, and instead of getting over it and moving on, the Lystrans take it upon themselves to punish him by calling him the same nasty name to make everyone laugh at him. Lystrans it seems cannot tolerate the same treatment as they dish out to others.

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    Men seem to get something of a raw deal in this novel and series. The male characters whom Renee, Nicole and her daughter Bonnie choose to pick on seem to be depicted lacking the wit, intelligence and backbone to stand up to or rebuff the onslaught of their apparently smarter female counterparts. There also is one passage towards the end in which the main female protagonist Nicole, the wife of the ruler complains because the traditional betrothal vows her daughter takes require women to be virgins on their marriage but not men.