The Century of the Soldier

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Solaris, 2010 - Fantasy fiction, English - 813 pages
16 Reviews
By the mid-sixth century of Ramusian reckoning the great struggle is approaching its climax. For the victor there will be supremacy; for the vanquished, cultural annihilation. Fighting that war, Corfe of Torunna will find that court intrigue can be as murderous as any martial foe.

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Excellent, despite the abrupt ending. - Goodreads
My only complaint was the short ending. - Goodreads
The story continue with full power and pace. - Goodreads

Review: Century of the Soldier (The Monarchies of God #3-5)

User Review  - James - Goodreads

War with the invading Merduks continues to rage and several conflicts within the kingdoms as well as within the church have erupted. How will all of this resolved? Especially when the true threat from ... Read full review

Review: Century of the Soldier (The Monarchies of God #3-5)

User Review  - Philip Chaston - Goodreads

Enjoyable romp through this faux fantastical version of European history set in an alternative Late Middle Ages. Kearney's devices of magic and versions of Christianity/Islam as brothers of the same ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Paul Kearney was born in Northern Ireland. He studied Old Norse, Middle English and Anglo Saxon at Oxford University, and subsequently lived for several years in both Denmark and the United States. His first novel was published at the age of 25 in 1992. He has been a professional writer ever since. At present he and his family live by the sea in County Down, in a croft with a boat by the door. Kings of Morning is the fifth book he has published with Solaris.

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