The Splintered Kingdom - James Aitcheson Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099558327 / Paperback: 432 pages / Publisher: Arrow / Published: 14 Mar 2013 / Language: English
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by - written on 09/07/13 (Very useful, 47 readings)
James Aitcheson's previous novel, Sworn Sword, was something of a pleasant surprise. Similar in style to Bernard Cornwell's medieval-based books, it followed the adventures of Tancred a Dinant, a Norman knight based in England in the aftermath of the Battle of Hastings. Whilst it wasn't' anything particularly new, it was exciting, readable and did the job of keeping the reader entertained. Splintered Kingdom is set 12 months after those events. As a result of his heroics at York, Tancred has been awarded a manor of his own on the Welsh borderlands and is now a lord, commanding other soldiers. However, everything he has is threatened when rumours of an alliance ... Read the complete review
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