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SWORD SONG: The Battle for London

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

The latest installment of Cornwell's vastly entertaining and slyly wise saga of life in ninth-century Britain sees the dyspeptic King Alfred's very young daughter married off to a brute who fancies himself a future monarch.Followers of this excellent series have stuck with Uhtred of Bebbanburg, the dispossessed pagan nobleman in thrall to the professionally Christian Wessexian monarch, through ... Read full review

Review: Sword Song: The Battle for London

Editorial Review - - Curtis Edmonds

I spent most of yesterday driving around central New Jersey, running a number of miscellaneous errands, and I was thinking that there isn't much place for a Viking in this modern world. None of the characters who populate Bernard Cornwell's Saxon tales the tireless men of the shield wall, the doughty warriorpriests, the crafty boatmasters would be able to do what I did that day, which was walk ... Read full review

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