Review: Killer of Kings – Matthew Harffy

Matthew is in the midst of creating magic here


Review: The Cross and the Curse by Matthew Harffy

If ever there needed to be a TV series made of books, it's these

Review: Wulfsuna

Wulfsuna by E.S. Moxon My rating: 5 of 5 stars Lighting up a previously dark age in my personal historical knowledge, Wulfsuna is a convincing and compulsive tale that starts with a bang of betrayal, battle and blood - and builds from there. Wulfsuna, is the start of a series of books featuring the characters and begins …

Paperback version of The Splintered Kingdom coming soon

Situation Norman All Booked Up? First look - for me anyway - at the cover for the paperback version of James Aitcheson's excellent 'The Splintered Kingdom'.

Breaking Hereward III news!

Breaking News! Hereward End Of Days available to pre-order. Go do it!

What else are we looking forward to? Why, it’s Hereward III

What do we know about the next in the 'Hereward' series from author James Wilde?

Review: Hereward: The Devil’s Army

Great book. Read this, then go read 'The Devil's Army' - go on, do it now!

Review: Holy Warrior

Holy Warrior by Angus Donald My rating: 4 of 5 stars A powerful, provocative and thought-provoking read, this is the second installment in Angus Donald's re-interpretation of the Robin Hood myth. Even though you are prepared for this not being your usual Robin Hood story, Angus Donald still keeps you gripped and surprises you at …

Review: Britain AD: A Quest for Arthur, England and the Anglo-Saxons

Britain AD: A Quest for Arthur, England and the Anglo-Saxons by Francis Pryor My rating: 4 of 5 stars Just when you thought you had the early history of Britain straight: Celts living peacefully fighting with each other. Romans invade and rule and civilise. Romans go back to Rome, leave some Romanised British and other …

Review: The Battle of Britain: Myth and Reality

The Battle of Britain: Myth and Reality by Richard Overy My rating: 5 of 5 stars Richard Overy has produced another* superb book here. Not a right lot longer than I imagine the pamphlet it mentions at the end that was produced about the battle - that was the first to coin the phrase 'The …