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Twenty eight florins a month is a huge price to pay, for a man to stand between you and the Wild.
Twenty eight florins a month is nowhere near enough when a wyvern's jaws snap shut on your helmet in the hot stink of battle, and the beast starts to rip the head from your shoulders. But if standing and fighting is hard, leading a company of men - or worse, a company of mercenaries - against the smart, deadly creatures of the Wild is even harder.
The advantages of birth, training, and the luck of the devil to do it.
The Red Knight has all three, he has youth on his side, and he's determined to turn a profit. So when he hires his company out to protect an Abbess and her nunnery it's just another job. The abbey is rich, the nuns are pretty and the monster preying on them is nothing he can't deal with.
Only it's not just a job. It's going to be a war . . .--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
A superb addition to any fantasy collection.An identifiable setting of Middle Ages Britain with the addition of mythical creatures it literally drips blood from tooth and claw and... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Deborah Smith
The Red Knight, by Miles Cameron, had been sitting on my “to be read” shelf for a fair while before I eventually came round to picking it up. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Dominish
What an excellent read...great characters & story...could just not stop reading this & am already starting the next one "The Fell Knight" !Published 2 months ago by Stephen Thomas
I tried and I tried with this book, but in the end I had to call it a day at the halfway mark.
The novel showed promise and I actually liked the concept of the story but... Read more
Brilliant book, really enjoyed it well done Mr Cameron I'll be reading the Fell Sword next. A map would be good !Published 3 months ago by Glen
I don't actually LIKE it - too much swearing, blasphemy and gratuitous gore for my delicate psyche. It is a compelling, well constructed yarn though. Read morePublished 3 months ago by S. Ijioma
While I read huge amounts of fantasy in my youth, I was put off it by the outpouring of dross in the 1980s. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ben Kane
After reading all the Game Of Throes books back-to-back, it has been a real struggle to find any fantasy books which are anywhere near as satisfying. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sam Woodward