Monday, September 13, 2010

Book Review: Century of the Soldier by Paul Kearney

Title: Century of the Soldier
Author: Paul Kearney
Paperback: 814 pages
Publisher: Solaris (2 Sep 2010)
ISBN 10: 1907519084
ISBN 13: 978-1907519086
Series: The Monarchies of God - Volume 2

The time of the wolf is at hand...

Struck down in his moment of victory, Hebrion's young King Abeleyn lies in a coma, his city in ruins and his fiancée and former lover vying for the throne.

Corfe Cear-Inaf, now a colonel, is given a ragtag command of ill-equipped savages and sent on a hopeless mission by a jealous King who expects him to fail.

Richard Hawkwood and Lord Murad return bearing news of horror on a savage new continent, with something terrible lurking in the hold.

The Church is tearing itself apart, even as the champions of truth fight to bring peace between Ramusian and Merduk; but in the far West, a terrible new threat is rearing its head...

The Century of the Soldier collects the final three books in Paul Kearney's explosive The Monarchies of God series, revised and expanded for this edition: The Iron Wars, The Second Empire and Ships From The West.

Please find the rest of the review on Speculative Book Review...

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