Review: Bloodaxe – C.R. May

Splendidly impressive, confident, and rich in incident and historical detail

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Review: The Sea Road

The Sea Road by Margaret Elphinstone My rating: 5 of 5 stars The Sea Road is an imaginative and beautifully written attempt to recreate the life of an Icelandic woman called Gudrun Thorbjarnadottir. If you have no idea who that is, that's ok. Not many will know who she is. She is a Norse woman, who appears … Continue reading Review: The Sea Road

Friday book news

...is back! And, on a Saturday! Imperial Fire, Robert Lyndon's follow-up to Hawk Quest, has now been released. You can order it here: Amazon The Book Depository Or, if you fancy a signed first edition copy and don't mind paying full-whack and possibly postage the same cost as the book (depending on where you live … Continue reading Friday book news

Review: Hereward: End Of Days

Hereward: End Of Days by James Wilde My rating: 5 of 5 stars Don't you just love it when things come together? I go on holiday to the UK and pick up Hereward The End of Days. Amongst other places, we visit friends who live in Ely. On my birthday, the 7th of August, unfortunately … Continue reading Review: Hereward: End Of Days

Review: Hawk Quest – Robert Lyndon

My version: HardbackGenre: Historical Fiction, 11th Century, Norman conquestPublisher: Little Brown Book GroupFirst published: 2012ISBN: 9781847444974Pages: 672Bought From the cover:1072 AD. The Normans have captured England. The Turks have captured a Norman knight. And in order to free him, a Frank warrior named Vallon must capture four rare hawks. As they track their quarry to the far … Continue reading Review: Hawk Quest – Robert Lyndon