XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS - ALTERNATIVE FAN FICTION REVIEWS
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POISON GLEN (THE) by Mark Alger
Book two of the AND IN THE END SERIES begins on the coast of the Aegean Sea where a ship waits while its crew delivers a mysterious cargo to a remote stretch of beach. Miles away in the city of Olympia, the now legendary Warrior Princess and her Amazon bard continue their visit with Sappho as the Tenth Muse endeavors to write down the incredible story of these two extraordinary women. For Xena and Gabrielle both it is a difficult journey back into a past they at times feared they would not survive - a journey which brings back old fears and regrets even as it reaffirms a love for the ages. Unbeknownst to them, they are about to face yet another test as they are forced into the middle of a heinous plot to change not only the future of Greece but of a world yet to be. Mark continues to do a nice job here exploring the dynamics of a more mature relationship between warrior and bard. There's a solid sense of realism in his treatment of heroes and the changes they face as time passes. Featuring a suspenseful storyline - 236 pgs., 7/12/99
POSSESSION by Georgia
A sizzling little story destined to become a guilty pleasure for many a Xenite, this new tale begins on an ominous note with Xena regaining consciousness only to find herself securely chained in a room with a very demented, familiar foe. It's a situation that grows even more serious when Xena sees Gabrielle similarly restrained nearby and the sinister purpose behind the bard's predicament becomes clear. As their foe is about to learn though, two things are always guaranteed to get the Warrior Princess' blood boiling, seeing her bard in danger...and seeing her bard in need. One word for this one folks - MISCHIEVOUS! - 19 pgs., 2/27/00
**POTEIDAIA UNDER SIEGE by Baermer - [See THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR SERIES]
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