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The Winter King: A Novel of Arthur (Warlord Chronicles) Paperback – 26 Jan 2017
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Of all the books I have written these are my favourites (Bernard Cornwell)
That every Cornwell novel is better than the last, devotees have long taken for granted (The Times Literary Supplement)
Bernard Cornwell writes with gritty realism (Daily Telegraph)
Spellbinding (The Times)
About the Author
Bernard Cornwell, bestselling author of the Warlord Chronicles and the Sharpe series, is married and lives in Cape Cod, USA.
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It thought it was superb.
Whilst a bit slow to get started, you shouldn't let that put you off. Press on and at about the 50-75 page range the plot reaches out, grabs you by the throat and doesn't let go until the end. Be aware that Merlin, and even Arthur, do take a bit of a back seat in this story: the stars of the show are Nimue (who, in this literary incarnation, I guarantee you will never forget!) and the narrator, Derfel, a Saxon foundling turned Celtic warlord turned monk (and saint!).
I really can't praise this enough. If you're enjoying 'The Last Kingdom' on the BBC/Netflix, give this a try...you are in for a treat. I've downloaded the second part of the trilogy but am saving it for my upcoming holiday in Brittany (not far from Broceliande). Can't wait!
I have worn out the books, bought more, and am now investing in a kindle set.
Please Peter Jackson make a film version and LotR fans will make it a block buster.