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This was quite enjoyable to read, even though it came across more like a modern murder mystery (uncovering the murderer of a Norman lord) than something happening in the 11th century. Quite enjoyed the setting and the characters (especially Lady Blanche). And can't fault the authors grasp of the time period and his research into military matters; the chapters with the flashbacks to the fighting in Wales were especially engrossing, as our hero Miles and his early life were explained. I'd definitely like to see more adventures from Miles Edwulfson and his associates.
Interesting. Kept me engaged although in the end I didn’t feel the angst I think the author intended. Quite a journey through the period following the Norman Conquest when the trajectory of England and Britain changed. A people living under an oppressive invader’s hierarchy loosing their rights and coming to terms with the reality that no warrior saviour will liberate them.