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5.0 out of 5 stars Vikings! Saxon Holocaust
I didn't expect this author to keep up the high standard of excitement that he got from Viking Sword Saxon Shield !(Viking Sword Saxon Shield) but he has done so brilliantly. Vikings Saxon Holocaust after a chapters sojourn into the historical battles in Kent continues the adventures of Eddie and Princess Catherine, Kate from where the first book left off. This is one of...
Published on 5 Dec. 2011 by Dave in the Doghouse

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1.0 out of 5 stars Purile and childish
Having read the first book and started this one out of curiosity, I feel sorry for the following people:

1) The cover models who have been dragged onto the cover again, presumably against their will and in the fervent and sure hope that their friends will never see it on the shelf of a local bookstore.

2) The author who is clearly passionate about...
Published on 14 Jun. 2012 by N. Kealey


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7 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Vikings! Saxon Holocaust, 5 Dec. 2011
This review is from: Viking! Saxon Holocaust (Kindle Edition)
I didn't expect this author to keep up the high standard of excitement that he got from Viking Sword Saxon Shield !(Viking Sword Saxon Shield) but he has done so brilliantly. Vikings Saxon Holocaust after a chapters sojourn into the historical battles in Kent continues the adventures of Eddie and Princess Catherine, Kate from where the first book left off. This is one of the best historical thrillers I have read. The pace of the first novel in the series was relentless; this second book is even more potent. I was already conversant with the main hero's and villains but Scrivener is able to introduce new characters all the way through the novel that gel seamlessly with the originals. I thought Viking Sword Saxon Shield was a must read and this follow up is even better. Then what an unusual ending, fabulous
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1.0 out of 5 stars Purile and childish, 14 Jun. 2012
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This review is from: Viking! Saxon Holocaust (Kindle Edition)
Having read the first book and started this one out of curiosity, I feel sorry for the following people:

1) The cover models who have been dragged onto the cover again, presumably against their will and in the fervent and sure hope that their friends will never see it on the shelf of a local bookstore.

2) The author who is clearly passionate about his local area and wants to write but doesn't have the tools to do so.

3) Those people who feel that this is a 5 Star book who clearly have never read a genuinely good book in their lives.

In all seriousness, it is a little (very little) bit better than the first, but it is still childishly written. It is a unprecedented audacity to ask for money for this. My 11 year old daughter has written better.
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