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Review: The Harrowing by James Aitcheson

Every time I look over my shoulder, I expect to see my death coming

Review: The Last Viking by Berwick Coates

The Last Viking by Berwick Coates My rating: 4 of 5 stars This is the story of how you really want 1066 to finish. After this battle - stop. Harold and the English win the battle of Stamford Bridge, see off the last Viking challenge. Nothing else happens. Everyone lives happy ever after. If you’ve read anything about the 1066 …

New books for August

Quite brilliant, not to say interesting, new post on Speesh Reads

Book News Friday 16 May

...can see pretty well. Colours still very light and it's like looking into bright sun the whole time, but I can read ok and that's what matters. And what have I been reading about? The Fifth Legion Douglas Jackson another Blog Fave™ has produced the cover for the next in his '...of Rome' series, called …

Review: The Last Caesar

The Last Caesar by Henry Venmore-Rowland My rating: 4 of 5 stars Is there room in the Roman market for another author writing fiction set in Ancient Rome? When you're as good as this, there is. When your name's as big as Henry Venmore-Rowland - you better create a lot of room. And he does, …

Review: Knights of the Hawk

I just read the best book of the year.

Today, 14 October, is the anniversary of the Battle of Hastings

If Harold had read some of these books about the Battle of Hastings, he probably wouldn't have lost!

Review: The Norman Conquest

The best book since 1066.

Just 122 days and one Knight to go

What are we waiting for at the moment? Why it's Knights of the Hawk by our pal James Aitcheson of course! And it's out on the 24th of October. I'm writing another post partly because there's a new image of the cover available on the Random House website and partly because I'm really looking forward …