Bardic Voices Series by Mercedes Lackey

3.82 · 83 ratings
  • The Lark and the Wren (Bardic Voices #1)

    The Lark and the Wren (Bardic Voices #1)

    Mercedes Lackey

    Rated: 3.92 of 5 stars
    · Steam rating: 3 of 5
    · 25 ratings · published 2013

    Ghost and bard...With the proper schooling young Rune would be one of the greatest bards her world has ever seen. Even if only she knows it. Unfortunately, the daughter of a tavern wench at the Hungry Bear, no matter how talented, doesn't get much in the way of formal training. What she does get is frustrated.One night, to back up a brag she probably wouldn't have made if she weren't so mad, she went up to play her fiddle for the Ghost of Skull Hill... more

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  • The Robin & The Kestrel (Bardic Voices #2)

    The Robin & The Kestrel (Bardic Voices #2)

    Mercedes Lackey

    Rated: 3.79 of 5 stars
    · Steam rating: 3 of 5
    · 22 ratings · published 2012

    Something is rotten in the state of Gradford...After the affairs recounted in The Lark and the Wren, Robin, a gypsy lass and bard, and Kestrel, semi-fugitive heir to a throne he does not want, have married their fortunes together and travel the open road, seeking their happiness where they may find it.This is their story. But it is also the story of the Ghost of Skull Hill, the very ghost who gave Rune a bag of silver and her start in life rather than her death when she played the night away... more

  • A Cast of Corbies (Bardic Voices #2.5)

    A Cast of Corbies (Bardic Voices #2.5)

    Mercedes Lackey, Josepha Sherman

    Rated: 3.74 of 5 stars
    · 15 ratings · published 1994

    Closely related to the Bardic Voices series this book falls between The Robin & the Kestrel and The Eagle & the Nightingales.The power of choice...A strange pall has settled over Alanda. Everywhere representatives of the Church seek to ferret out unauthorized magic – and music, because it is magic at its roots, has come under suspicion. And that which is suspect, if it cannot be crushed altogether, must be stripped of its mystery, made tame and answerable to the power of the priests... more

  • The Eagle & the Nightingales (Bardic Voices #3)

    The Eagle & the Nightingales (Bardic Voices #3)

    Mercedes Lackey

    Rated: 3.81 of 5 stars
    · 21 ratings · published 1996

    Let the king be king!Why is the High King of the Human kingdoms not doing his job - and thereby allowing the Church to fill the power vacuum in the human lands of Alanda? This is a matter of some concern to Nightingale and her friends: the Church is becoming ever more overtly hostile to non-human sentients (of which there are several species in Alanda) as well as to anything that that it does not at least indirectly control, such as gypsies and Free Bards... more

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