A story with tons of rich mythology but lacking the focus in narrative to make it great.
A historical commentary on gender and sexuality as much as it is a brilliant read of surviving the odds.
A modern Gothic Horror triumph.
Did this horror novel go bump-in-the-night or bump-off-the-bed?
A return to form for the Saxon Stories series, thanks to imaginative set pieces and a change in setting.
Genre: Historical Fiction Publishing Info: 2006 by HarperCollins (originally published in 2005) Pages: 415 Star Rating: 3.5/5 The second book in Cornwell’s The Last Kingdom