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Warrior WomanHas amnesia and remembers nothing of her life before the trip across the desert with the slavers and due to a head injury remembers mercifully little of that But she does know that she would rather fight in the arena than be a harlot for the men who do and that choice changes the rest of the book In a Gor novel the woman would become le. The adventures of Zadieyek of Gyre is uite different from other MZB books I have read A young woman has lost her memory recalling only a brilliant white light She is captured by bandits and sold into slavery where her fierce refusal to couple with men kills a man and earns her the right to enter the arena as a gladiator She is such a successful fighter that an admiring noblewoman purchases her to begin her own gladiator team composed only of women She searches the world for other women to fight for Ifania the noblewoman and her identity As she does so she experiences only brief flashes of memory which mean nothing to her In her adventures she relies again and again on her ability to fight one of which is to remember her name Amber In her last fight all becomes clear when she meets her opponent but to divulge her identity would be to remove incentive to read the novel Good read

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This is not a typical Marion Zimmer Bradley novel; it's the result of a bet between her and Don Wollheim who edited her Darkover novels at DAW Books Additionally it's her response to the Gor novels that were also being published by DAW So yes this book does start out with a heroine who has been captured and is being sold as a slave who. A short novel written in first person point of view of a woman with amnesia who is captured raped and sold into slavery Rather than submit to perpetual sexual abuse she manages to grab a gladiator's sword and kill him This gives her the choice as a gladiator in the Arena provided she survives her first bought to the death Zadieyek as she is called which means dreadful woman does survive and lives to fight another day make friends have adventures seeking other female warriors for her patron's tammarim a word meaning fourteen or a group of fourteen gladiators Zadieyek eventually remembers her real name but in her travels she finds no one that knows her and remembers nothing else of her past Upon returning to the Arena she has an exhibition bought with a novice fighter who turns out to be her sworn brother in arms In a flash her memory returns and she learns she crash landed on this barbaric planet and her peers have been searching for her for weeks The novel was a fast read but very superficial I made no connections with the characters beyond the slight interest in the mystery of Zadieyek's past I could have done with out the bisexual and homosexual romps but that's just me

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Warrior Woman Download À 104 ↠ This is not a typical Marion Zimmer Bradley novel; it's the result of a bet between her and Don Wollheim who edited her Darkover novels at DAW Books Additionally it's her response to the Gor novels that were also being published by DAW So yes this book does start out with a heroine who has been captured and is being soldSs her own person eventually learning to be a contented and obedient slave In this book even while the heroine remains a slave she is something uite different from the typical 'slave girl' she grows and develops always searching for her memory and her past convinced that this is not how her life is supposed to be And of course she's rig. The book is made of poor concepts tied together with broken strings creatively A lousily written story about a woman who looses her memory due to a later revealed crash landing; she's actually an alien and leaves the planet in the end The book pushes tolerance of sexuality not just in the sense of gay rights but in having sex in general All of the characters are poor role models who do nothing but roll around together I would give less than 15 stars if it were possible It continues to get worse as the story progresses The style is written in a very simplistic almost poetic format where it puts very large emphasis on verbs Ex White fire explodes around me A blow splits my head Heat Pain I gasp suffocate for eternities die Rough hands suddenly on me I am not dead To me Bradley's style is lacking in intelligence or experience and the plot lacking in wisdom or importance The book holds no value in my eyes as a good representative of anything except just how easy it is to publish concepts near garbage It hypes you up for an adventure and gives you nothing but a boring orgy journey through the desert and jungle to find women for a gladiator ring who's names are never important or even mentioned in the end for the entire plot to be meaningless and lead to nothing but her finally finding out her past she's an alien in a swords guild from outer space and her sword family members are named after jewels I'm unimpressed