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Little better than a Mills and Boon,
This review is from: The Conquest (Paperback)
I got this book from a charity shop to read one rainy Sunday. I was attracted to it because it was set in Saxon Britain.
The book started really well, very gripping and at first the autor was bothered enough to tell you context. As the book went on though the list of tragedy mounted as did the rolls in the hay. Very boring. It started to read like Mills and Boon from section 2.