Library Ed. Blackstone Audio 1997
CS ISBN $62.95 Nine cassettes
Asapasia, royal Byzantine princess and lady in waiting to the new bride of Otto II, the soon-to-be Holy Roman Emperor, is a tenth-century feminist and a bright light in the Dark Ages. She is a powerful central character who does what may seem impossible, namely making a story about life in tenth-century Germany interesting. Author Judith Tarr is a respected historian who writes well, knows her era and keeps listeners intriqued with revolutions, political maneuvering, and illicit sex. Anna Fields narrates the story adequately and does a good job conveying the personalities of the many characters though accent and gender differences cause her difficulties. D.L.G. © AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine [Published: AUG/ SEP 01]
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