Death of Kings - Bernard Cornwell Reviews
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by - written on 01/11/12 (Very useful, 34 readings)
Bernard Cornwell's series covering the end of the 9th Century and the beginning of the 10th is now 6 books in the making I believe, and shows no sign of stopping. This is the latest, released in paperback this year, and I am now satisfied that I have finally caught up, having started the first of the series a couple of years ago, a few years later than publication dates. To take the book as an individual publication, it would be simultaneously hard to understand everything (characters, previous events, etc) but you'd be in for an exhilarating ride of a read. Cornwell's ability to map out military strategy and to analyse 9th Century Britain with a fine ... Read the complete review
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