Paradise Red

Paradise Red As Raimon and Aimery set off to re gain the flame and the heart of the Occitan Hugh prepares to lay siege to the Cathar stronghold where the flame burns Unbeknown to him his wife Yolanda flees his c

  • Title: Paradise Red
  • Author: K.M. Grant
  • ISBN: 9781847247070
  • Page: 374
  • Format: Hardcover
  • As Raimon and Aimery set off to re gain the flame and the heart of the Occitan, Hugh prepares to lay siege to the Cathar stronghold where the flame burns Unbeknown to him, his wife Yolanda flees his castle and into the freezing snow What is Yolanda running from What underhand game is Aimery about to bring in to play And will Raimon s passion for the flame cause him toAs Raimon and Aimery set off to re gain the flame and the heart of the Occitan, Hugh prepares to lay siege to the Cathar stronghold where the flame burns Unbeknown to him, his wife Yolanda flees his castle and into the freezing snow What is Yolanda running from What underhand game is Aimery about to bring in to play And will Raimon s passion for the flame cause him to lose Yolanda and even himself K M Grant s spectacular novel weaves together the friendship, love and bitter rivalry of her wonderfully evoked characters in a finale to a superb trilogy of romance and adventure.

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    About “K.M. Grant”

    1. K.M. Grant

      K M GRANT was inspired by her own family history to write How the Hangman Lost His Heart Her ancestor, Colonel Francis Towneley, or Uncle Frank, was the last man in Britain to by hanged, drawn, and quartered His head was passed down for generations of her family until it was finally reunited with his body just after World War II, when it was buried at St Peter s Church It was Uncle Frank s colorful legacy that showed her how exciting history could be K M Grant is also the author of the de Granville Trilogy She lives in Scotland and works as a broadcaster and journalist.She has recently published her first novel for adults as Katharine Grant The separate name is to ensure the distinction between works appropriate for young audiences and works with adult material For information, see The History Girls Naming myself, by Katharine Grant.

    988 thoughts on “Paradise Red”

    1. I wasn't expecting much out of this last volume in the "Perfect Fire" trilogy, but I was pleasantly surprised. While still childish, both Yolanda and Raimon have grown up a lot between books and even though they still make foolish decisions at times, they have greatly matured by the end of the novel. In the past year or so I've found K.M. Grant to be a kind of 'hit or miss' author, thankfully this was a hit. The whole series actually, while not perfect, is a 'hit' mainly due to it's unusual (for [...]


    2. An excellent and fitting end to the Perfect Fire Trilogy. One cannot say that it's a happy one. Perfect Fire, like the other two books in this trilogy, is based on actual historical events, and the taking over of the Occitan by the French king and the purging of the Cathars was not a bloodless occurance. Have tissues on hand and definitely don't read Paradise Red when you're feeling depressed.But that really isn't what makes this particular book so depressing, even though the mass burning in the [...]


    3. First Look: **** I've been waiting for this for a few months now, and the cover is awesome like the first two, but I'm not really sure when Yolanda turned from Occitanian to Hispanic. I loved the title at first glance; and now that I know why it's called that, I love it even more.Setting: ***** I love this setting. Of course, I almost automatically like medieval settings. But I loved how this is a real place. That somehow makes it so much cooler.Characters: ***** Great, as in the last two books. [...]


    4. This is the final and concluding part of the Perfect fire trilogy by K.M. Grant. It's one of my favourite historical fiction series that I've come across in the last couple of years. It's a winning combinaton of amazing characters that you really do care about; an exciting and fast-paced story which blends together romance, adventure and excitement and a stunning historical backdrop. I'm really sad that the adventure is over because these books have provided me with so much enjoyment.'Paradise R [...]


    5. Yolanda runs from Hugh after he tells her he wants an heir, Raimon and Aimery have forged a fragile alliance after the burning of Aimery's holdings in the town of Castleneuf, and the White Wolf is still in possession of the Blue Flame. New Cathar followers arrive in Castleneuf, one of whom is pretty Metta, and Raimon thinks he sees a way to getting the Flame back, through Metta, though it involves an apparent betrayal of his love for Yolanda. Grant never shies away from the gritty, smelly, physi [...]


    6. The first book of the series was fine. I liked the setting and the story was interesting. However, I had a major problem with the next books which mostly had to do with the characters. I really liked sir Hugh: he was levelheaded, wise, logical, caring. And he was supposed to be the bad guy? And I practically despised Raimon: he was extremely selfish, compulsive, immature, hypocritical, and blind to most other peoples' feelings. And of course I disliked Yolanda for preferring Raimon. The plot Als [...]


    7. A great ending for this trilogy. Nothing in life ever ends up perfectly the way we had imagined them, and neither did this book. That's what truly made it real for me. If the ending is all cotton candy and rainbows, it's not worth it. Problems are what we as humans learn from and what we can relate to. Raimon and Yolanda's stories are completed in this third novel, but their characters never truly go away. They will remain in my heart for a while to remind me of how struggles and strife can have [...]


    8. this book was super slow-pace unfortunately unlike the first two books but the good parts were very interesting when they came up. im just kinda sad that it didnt really end with a happy ending or that they didnt really say what happened afterwards with Raimon having to take care of Huge's son


    9. I read the whole series, and I guess I was just expecting a little more in the ending! Not all together unsatisfying, just lacked a little more closure!


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