I have just read Jack Eason’s new historical novella 1066.. if you are a Bernard Cornwell fan or Vikings for that matter you will appreciated the grittiness and action orientated writing.. this is my review for 1066.
I was gifted a copy of the book by the author in exchange for an honest review.
This novella may be a short read, but it so packed with authentic detail and action, that you feel you are reading a much longer book.
Our heritage is founded on the backs of ordinary men such as Aldred and his nephew Cynric pressed into service as were thousands of farmers and craftsmen who were sworn to the feudal Anglo-Saxon lords. The story is factual but told through the eyes of these two fictional characters as warring armies battle to gain control of Britain.
One army is led by the barbaric King Harald of Norway or Hardradå as he is known by his men. He has formed an alliance…
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