"Uhtred is still fighting the fight. This time he loses a king but still ends up fighting on the side of the Christians & trying to unite England. There is good humour also this time. I love this series looking forward to the next book."
"I'm lovin' Cornwell again. The Sharpe Novel were great reads, I became Cornwell a bit burned out with the Sharpe concept. 1356 is a breath of fresh air, and his hero, Thomas of Hookton is a welcome change. This..."
"The thing that has most fascinated me is in the Historical Note at the end of the novel: that since the 1350's there has been a 3,000% rise in the price of ale.
So I'm trying to figure out what a pint cost in the 1350's: Let's say a pint now cos..."