Myth, monsters, magic and May
You always judge a book by its cover
Splendidly impressive, confident, and rich in incident and historical detail
Bloodaxe is the first volume in a trilogy which will tell the story of one of the Viking Age’s legendary kings.
5 of 5 stars Series: Sword of Woden 1 My version: Paperback Historical Fiction Anglo, Saxons, Beowulf Self published 2013 Sent by author signed Geatland in the first decades of the sixth century is an island of peace amid the upheaval which marked the death throws of the Roman Empire in the West. Under the benevolent rule of King Hrethel … Continue reading Review: Sorrow Hill – C.R. May
Well, then. It's sure that time of year when people list their lists of lists of the previous year. And I'm no different. As previous years, this is a list of the book I read in 2017. Some Thriller, some Non-Fiction, some Historical Fiction, I think you'll find. It was a year where I again … Continue reading Best of 2017
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Buying England by the pound
The Dark Ages just got a whole lot brighter