Son of the Night Following on from the success of Son of the Morning which saw him compared to both Bernard Cornwell for the flair of his historical writing and to George RR Martin for his gripping plotting Mark Ald

  • Title: Son of the Night
  • Author: Mark Alder
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Following on from the success of Son of the Morning, which saw him compared to both Bernard Cornwell for the flair of his historical writing and to George RR Martin for his gripping plotting, Mark Alder takes his history of the 100 years war into France as the war between Heaven and Hell swallows up the ambitions of both the French and English crowns.As the armies mass aroFollowing on from the success of Son of the Morning, which saw him compared to both Bernard Cornwell for the flair of his historical writing and to George RR Martin for his gripping plotting, Mark Alder takes his history of the 100 years war into France as the war between Heaven and Hell swallows up the ambitions of both the French and English crowns.As the armies mass around Crecy the rivalries between Lucifer, Satan and God become ever deeper and violent Combining a cast of larger than life yet real characters and a truthful, deeply researched take on the religious beliefs of the time Mark Alder is embarked on a truly unique historical fantasy that will ensure you never see the 100 Years War and the history of medieval Europe in the same way again.

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    1. Son of the Night is a wonderful sequel to the Son of the Morning.We start from where the previous book ended - the big battle is over, the dragon destroyed the angels. So step by step we meet again all the main characters from the last book. Who's been taken prisoner and has to work with enemies, who has started to regret the things they done after they seen the destruction of angels, and who's plotting a revenge for their loss or gives up in all this loss and destruction and brings out somethin [...]

    2. ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewUtterly stupendous. Captivating to the last word.This continues on from Son of Morning, following the aftermath of war and the outbreak of plague. New lines are drawn, old loyalties are tested and everything seems to be heading for a very grisly end. I love how Alder weaves fantasy, alternate history and fabulous world building into a tale of angels, demons and hell on earth for humans. His prose is spellbinding and the plot twists and tu [...]

    3. Not quite as good as the first one, and I now suspect this is a series not even a trilogy, but a great, fun read. I love his take on the middle ages and I reckon that he is spot on with everyone's attitudes which is one of the best things for me. TBH I get a bit confused (like Osbert) as to who is on what side and who, if anyone, is a good guy but I don't find that matters, the story just rolls me on.I did a bit of Wiki reading on the subject and I can't wait to see Mark's take on Charles of Nav [...]

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