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Tom Swan and the Head of St. George Part Six: Chios (Tom Swan and the Head of St George Book 6) by [Cameron, Christian]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 755 KB
  • Print Length: 100 pages
  • Publisher: Orion (20 Jun. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CBFPO0I
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #150,532 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This author appeals to my wish for a rollocking story that I can pick up and put down at whim

My only criticism is that with a prolific author there is insufficient guidance as to story time lines as to which book to read next on the Kindle something to be sorted and also a means of marking a book read as I buy a number at a time.

There is nothing more irritating than finding that yo are reading a book out of order particulalry when they are short stories on a continuing theme
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usual tom swan stuff, that's why i buy it. Iliad it is not. but,like Marius Mules (cant find the apostrophe on this alien keyboard) the history is well researched ( I am near 80 been to every Capital in Europe ) Love these books School killed my desire for language for a long time.Why spend hours translating Caesars (sic) commentaries when you could be learning Latin .
People hacking this series I think should not read more than one. This is an 800 word novel for the price of an indifferent (English) Pizza
Go to Venice (it is Biennale) this year..roam
go to Istanbul roam specially the conduits (still there).better this book than all the tired tourist travel guides(honest)

Ps best Pizza can be found in Ignoumenitsa. Sicily

Oldosc
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I have called each of these short stories an episode, i do this because this series feels like some of the best episodic short stories i have read. It would make an amazing TV series that would make programs like the Tudors, Spartacus or Borgias' pale in comparison.
Christian has a clear love of Greece, history, weaponry, fighting skills, Italy.... and on and on. He is a true renaissance man, He is in my mind the inspiration for Tom Swan. If there was a time machine the author would have been off already, but lacking that he travels in the mind and fortunately takes us with him.
Tom Swan 6: you may expect battles and sword fighting, and there is some of that, but the fighting is intimate, and built around intrigue and elements of misdirection, planning to a degree that is unexpected, bringing together strands that began in each episode. There is also great humour, great compassion, camaraderie, humility and personal growth. Couple that with the PTSD that Tom Swan clearly still carries from the last episode and this is a stunning end to a brilliant series.... And Season 2 is on the horizon.

Highly Recommended
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Book Description
A young Englishman, Tom Swan, finds himself in the midst of the Turkish siege of one of the riches islands in the Genoese Empire. Swan's biggest problem is that he hates the Genoese a good deal more than he hates the Turks. Despite which, he has to catch the spy, steal the ring, kill the traitor, and if possible rescue the princess. Or maybe just bed her.

All duty, of course. So he can get home to the Cardinal, his boss, and his wife, the most beautiful woman in Italy. Suddenly he's a Knight, a man of action, a leader of men. And none of those are roles he asked for. From the Knights of Rhodes to the court of Mehmet II and Pope Pius II, Swan has to use his sword-and his wits-just to stay alive. And married.
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A really enjoyable episode - the characters are all growing in complexity and becoming more interesting. This episode ends with marvellous twist so I am thoroughly looking forward to the next episode now. I do hope Cameron is properly committed to this series - I would simply hate not to know what happens next! Great fun, as well as providing lots of convincing information about the period, which I thoroughly enjoyed.
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Very good story but it seems to be divided into chapters not books. Each book is so short that it wouldn't qualify as a short story.
Having said that I have enjoyed each "book" but it would be better to charge a little more and publish them all as one book.
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I started off months again with the free part one and have continued to follow the characters into book six - what do you think....yes it is excellent and a thoroughly good romp thru history...a joy.
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This series just keeps getting better with each book, it is goes along at a fast pace and is very informative.
I am a complete Cameron fan now.
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Yet another smashing tale of the struggle for the Mediterranean
Swann spys loves and fights his way through a great adventure that is well written and captivating

Keep going please
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