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10 thoughts on “St. Peter's Fair

  1. says:

    Everybody knows about this fabulous writer of historical cozy mysteries, murders and crimes, so what can I add Just that, don t read the first of the Brother Cadfael series and think, that isn t SO impressive, and stop there This was better than A Morbid Taste for Bones, the very first in the series I am no fan of mysteries, be they cozy or not, but the characters in this series draw you in You cannot help but enjoy learning a spot of history among these good souled people Being in their company is comforting You sigh with relief there are nice people out there What I particularly like is how it is not the historical events themselves that are stressed, but rather how these events play out in the lives of normal people This is what draws me into reading about history, not the titles and dates and battle skirmishes No, it is how life was for ordinary people living at the time I like that the mystery itself is clearly explained Brother Cadfael and Hugh Beringar explain how they reason, how they have come to their conclusions Others may find this repetitive, but I love it I hate tricky mysteries where I do not totally understand what is going on Oh, and thirdly, the description of medieval life is superb Wow, a mystery novel series that I will be returning to My dear GR friends have explained it is not necessary to read them in order I loved listening to the audiobook, and given the generosity of Audible see below , I will very soon continue with The Leper of Saint Giles and then The Sanctuary Sparrow and then Monk s Hood What next I guess Dead Man s Ransom or An Excellent Mystery, but the last is not set in lovely Shrewsburg I would choose One Corpse Too Many, the second in the series, IF it were available That is where you are first introduced to Hugh Beringar Thanks, Gundula, for persistently stating that this series is wonderful I must thank both Gundula and Shomeret for guiding me toward the next choices THIS IS IMPORTANT I purchased from Audible the audiobook format of this book It had release date 010197 Narrator Johanna Ward This version had a different cover The recording was bad, although I could hear it There was a background rumble and sometimes you heard an echo where there should be silence You heard voices in the background So I complained Audible has another audiobook release date 070510 It costs the same, has the same length and narrator, but the cover looks like the one above I suggested to Audible that they exchange the two First they offered to repay what I had paid for the book, but because I had bought it on sale the reimbursement would not cover the price of the other version since the sale is now over What did they do They gave me a credit to buy the other version AND repaid what I spent AND gave me a 30USD coupon Now tell me if Audible isn t fantastic I love working with Audible I want people to know how wonderful they are.So, if you get this as an audiobook, buy the one that has release date 071510 IMPORTANT.BTW this is good I love the description of the medieval times I am not fussing about all the details, just enjoying the story I am not going to get all stressed up and worry about the incriminating evidence I am doing exactly as Gundula has advised me You know what I actually understand everything anyway So far at least This mystery is in fact very, very good Thank you, Gundula, for recommending this one of the series It is my third.

  2. says:

    What a pleasure it is to find a character and a series that I consistently enjoy Four books into the Chronicles of Brother Cadfael, and I am well and truly hooked So I am well pleased to see that I still have 16 books ahead of me The trick will be not to read them too quickly Brother Cadfael is a wonderful medieval sleuth he s participated in the Crusades, he s had love affairs, he s a man of the world, but he has chosen retirement in Shrewsbury Abbey I think his philosophy would be that God helps those who help themselves, although in this installment he receives one of his greatest breakthroughs by withdrawing to the chapel to pray Abbey politics also feature in these books and Cadfael is getting used to a new leader and they seem to see eye to eye.People are people, regardless of time period Young people are going to have strong opinions, occasionally drink too much and embarrass themselves, fall in love, and generally do the things that young people do Including getting implicated in crimes Cadfael is wonderfully non judgmental for a monk and full of quiet wisdom A person who notices small details and can put them together quickly accurately, he is an excellent forensic investigator before such a thing was considered.A joy to read this comfortable, entertaining series.

  3. says:

    While the fact that in Ellis Peters Saint Peter s Fair, there are multiple murders has always bothered me a just wee bit for one of the best parts of the Brother Cadfael series to and for me actually is that unlike so many historic mysteries, Ellis Peters does not usually have too much of a body count present in her novels , I do realise that the two supplemental murders post the demise of Thomas of Bristol are actually essential for both the development and moving along of the plot, of the storyline itself and also and importantly for once and for all clearing the name of the individual who had been originally accused of Thomas of Bristol s death and jailed for this although truth be told, I for one never from the first assumed that Philip Corviser was guilty and always did find Ivo Corbiere too good to be true, too slick and too creepy in an arrogant way But aside from my very minor quips regarding than one body, than one murder in Saint Peter s Fair, this is probably one of my favourites of the earlier Brother Cadfael novels For yes indeed, aside from the realistic portrait of 12th century Mediaeval England and a typical church run and organised fair which Ellis Peters delightfully and descriptively paints not to mention the historical details on the Civil War between King Stephen and the Empress Maud , I also and totally absolutely do adore both Brother Cadfael and Hugh Beringar as characters and how Ellis Peters shows in Saint Peter s Fair the every strengthening bond of friendship and comradeship between the two of them and yes, how first and foremost Hugh Beringar is for justice, law and order but also does not really ever impose his being King Stephen s man on everyone and therefore does not for example even expect Brother Cadfael to choose sides in the conflict between Stephen and Maud And even though Hugh Beringar quickly realises that Emma Verold knows about why her uncle Thomas might have been murdered and that it has likely something to do with the civil war, with clandestine messages and subterfuge, Hugh never is anything but both civil and even affectionate towards her, he does not put Emma in distress and after her being rescued from Ivo Corbiere s clutches by Philip, Hugh backs off, leaves Emma alone and top Brother Cadfael s care And indeed, it is the differences in ESPECIALLY Hugh Beringar s character in the BBC mini series adaptation of Saint Peter s Fair from Ellis Peters printed words, from her actual text that have made me stop watching the series in both anger and frustration For in the BBC production of Saint Peter s Fair, especially Hugh Beringar, he is shown like a total little dictator in many ways, not only completely pro King Stephen but as also generally decidedly unfriendly towards Brother Cadfael and even rather too often accusing him of interfering and of not being loyal enough and certainly downright cruelly nasty towards Emma Jerold all because he feels as though she has not told everything she knows And in fact and in my opinion, the BBC adaptation of Saint Peter s Fair basically takes almost everything humane and likeable out of Hugh Beringar and renders him into just a goose stepping political functionary, a for the most part one sided individual, not at all like the actual Hugh Beringar of Ellis Peters Cadfael novels but in fact rather appearing like how in the Brother Cadfael series, Gilbert Prescote, the Sheriff for Shropshire and Hugh s boss so to speak is usually presented and considering that I have always found Gilbert Prescott an interestingly rendered but personally unattractive and extremely unlikable character, I do find it rather personally offensive that the BBC dramatization of Saint Peter s Fair basically has turned one of my absolutely favourite characters of the Cadefael novels into another, how in the BBC series instalment of Saint Peter s Fair, Ellis Peters sweet natured, justice oriented and personally likeable Hugh Beringar basically has ended up morphing into a Gilbert Prescote like stereotypical and as such also very much boring and tedious authority figure.

  4. says:

    Upon my third reading, May 25, 2016 The manifold gifts of God are those to be delighted in, to fall short of joy would be ingratitude Better with each reading I discovered Cadfael twenty years ago I have read each book at least twice since as well as watched all thirteen ITV episodes Though they have some merit, the latter turned the originals inside out It s no blame to men if they try to put into their own artifacts all the colors and shapes God put into his Saint Peter s Fair is a murder mystery, but it is also an immersion in medieval culture and history, a reflection on the world and man s place in it, and a romance Peters weaves all her threads into a fascinating tapestry simultaneously fun and informative Penitence is in the heart, not in the word spoken Earlier readings left me with the impression that Cadfael was a twentieth century man in monk s robes, but he is thoroughly a reflection of his time, though he rises above the stereotypes What you see is only a broken part of a perfect whole A good story, well told Mystery Theater PBS got this one pretty close to right.Cadfael series excellent historical fiction Ellis Peters draws the reader into the twelfth century with modern story telling but holds us there with a richness of detail which evokes a time and place which might as well be mythic Though the foreground of each chronicle is a murder mystery, behind it a nation and a culture are woven in a wondrous tapestry.

  5. says:

    It s always a treat to spend time with Brother Cadfael and the monks of Shrewsbury Abbey I have the entire series now and plan to go through it slowly.

  6. says:

    I liked this one a lot.

  7. says:

    Another great installment in the Cadfael series I m really enjoying these mysteries and the time I get to spend enjoying England of that era without the aromas This book like the earlier ones is richer, complex and enjoyable than the television series that was based on them This is particularly the case in this story as the screenwriter took considerable liberties with the original story, mostly for the worse In the book Cadfael and Berringer are fast friends, Brother Mark is here instead of Oswin and we get to see Aline again, now as Hugh s wife and expecting their first child Even the scamp from Monk s Hood makes a cameo appearance I m not sure why the screenwriter felt the need to create all the tension between Hugh and Cadfael in the television adaptation The two work much better as friends I can see eliminating many aspects of this book s romance in order to fit the alloted time but Emma, the wine merchant s niece was kind of gutted for TV consumption She s a much likeable and winning and believeable character in the book Again, I m not much of a die hard mystery buff but I enjoy these as they give me an opportunity to spend time in that era.

  8. says:

    This is one of the best July August 1139 Just before Empress Maud returns to England to wage civil war against King Stephen s supporters.

  9. says:

    Irony takes a holiday Ellis Peters Brother Cadfael novels successfully bring us into the 12th century in part by shedding our prevalent irony, retaining so many other human traits that we slip through time and hardly notice it This makes for a refreshing and interesting journey This is not to say that she creates a innocent time , such a time never existed Her magic is to render a time in full that, through her choice of words and her well researched details, feels entirely different and yet negotiable by us modern visitors.

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