The Burning Land - Bernard Cornwell Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007219768 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Bernard Cornwell / Paperback / 488 Pages / Book is published 2010-05-27 by Harper
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The Burning Land is the fifth book in Bernard Cornwell's series set in the time of Alfred the Great. The stories follow Uhtred, a Saxon raised by Danes at a time where what we know as England was fought for by these two peoples. Uhtred has to this point risen to be the 'go to guy' for Alfred when it comes to battle, despite Uhtred disliking the pious king and Alfred frowning disliking the Saxon/Danish warrior's disregard for Christianity. The books have followed a path which usually involves two significant battles as well as some political posturing. Uhtred's childhood upbringing and birthright has enabled Cornwell to place him on both sides of the battle at ... Read the complete review
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