Hawkwood and the Kings

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Solaris, Jul 27, 2010 - Fiction - 704 pages
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The world is in turmoil. In the east the savage Mer­duks, followers of the Prophet Ahrimuz, have cap­tured the holy city of Aekir.

The world is in turmoil. In the east the savage Mer­duks, followers of the Prophet Ahrimuz, have cap­tured the holy city of Aekir. The western kingdoms are too distracted by internecine bickering to intervene and the Chruch seems more obsessed with rooting out heresy. It is an age where men go to the stake for the taint of magic in their blood, where gunpowder and cannon co-exit with werewolves and sorcerers. It is the turning point when two get reilgions will fight to the death and the common folk will struggle to merely survive.

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Review: Hawkwood and the Kings (The Monarchies of God #1-2)

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With a setting that is a mixture of the Crusades, the Ottoman wars, the discovery of the Americas, the fall of Constantinople, the Catholic/Protestant schism, a touch of the Roman Empire and ... Read full review

Review: Hawkwood and the Kings (The Monarchies of God #1-2)

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Hawkwood and the Kings is an omnibus of Hawkwood's Voyage and The Heretic Kings, first released in the mid-nineties to critical acclaim but limited commercial success. Paul Kearney is, to the ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Paul Kearney is the renowned Irish writer behind the classic fantasy series The Mon­archies of God. He is also the author of The Way To Babylon and the highly regarded fantasy trilogy that began with The Ten Thou­sand.

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