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typically I'll give pretty much historical fiction ago and there are plenty of ...
on 1 March 2015
This is an OK read, typically I'll give pretty much historical fiction ago and there are plenty of Griff Hosker books to keep you going! Typically I read the likes of Arnold, Scarrow, Cameron, Riches and Giles Kristian and this series isn't really in the same league. It's enjoyable but lacks real depth, I think my issue with both this and the first book is that it is too shallow and feels superficial. It's written in a style of this happened, then this happened and then that happened so I found myself never really rooting for anyone.
That said, it's really this that makes it such light reading so I consider the series a filler whilst waiting for other books.