XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS - ALTERNATIVE FAN FICTION REVIEWS
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TYGER, TYGER by Joseph Connell
Joseph's latest is a prelude to Redhawk's marvelous XWP/ HIGHLADER crossover ONLY ONE which was in turn the canon story for the INFINITY SERIES. The story begins in the Amazon jungles of the 1940's where the inhabitants of a small village begin to worry that the medicine woman they've revered for longer than any of them can remember, might possibly be getting ready to leave them. For many of them the dark woman with piercing blue eyes is part god, able to heal from fatal injuries in a matter of moments. She has been, for a long time, the villagers' salvation, helping them to survive and cope in the changing world but indeed her time with them is at an end. The medicine woman knows this when visions come to her of a beloved face never forgotten if somehow made different by the passing of time. Instinctively she knows her time of peace is at an end for the world is crying out for a warrior - and Xena of Amphipolis must answer that call. Joseph's imbues this story with a terrific mystical quality that immediately captures the reader. A riveting one folks. DO NOT MISS! - 32 pgs., 9/23/98
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