Review: Viking Fire – Justin Hill

The most Viking of Vikings

Review: Thunder God by Paul Watkins

5 out of 5 shields My version: Paperback Fiction Vikings Faber and Faber 2004 Bought A gripping, acclaimed action-packed Viking epic. Set in the 10th century, when Viking raids were at their peak, Paul Watkins spins a tale that covers three continents. After centuries of ranging unchecked across the northern world, the fortunes of the Vikings have begun to … Continue reading Review: Thunder God by Paul Watkins

Review: The Virgin of the Wind Rose – Glen Craney

5 out of 5 prayers A Christopher Columbus Mystery My version: PDF Genre: Historical Fiction, Adventure Self Published 2016 Sent by author While investigating the murder of an American missionary in Ethiopia, rookie State Department lawyer Jaqueline Quartermane becomes obsessed with a magical word square found inside an underground church guarding the tomb of the … Continue reading Review: The Virgin of the Wind Rose – Glen Craney

Review: Hereward Wolves of New Rome

Hereward Wolves of New Rome by James Wilde My rating: 4 of 5 stars I was very pleased about this one. About how good it was and how it developed and, I felt, totally refreshed the series I have loved from the start, from the opening chapter, in fact. Fast-paced and urgent, streamlined and effective, it is … Continue reading Review: Hereward Wolves of New Rome

Review: Crowbone

Crowbone by Robert Low My rating: 2 of 5 stars ‘Crapbone.’ A complete load of cliched old cobblers. What a disappointment. What a big fat, arrogant, bloated disappointment this was. I couldn’t quite put my finger is on why has it taken me so long to start reading this one but as soon as I got about … Continue reading Review: Crowbone