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  • The Best Tom Swan yet.

    This is the best Tom Swan yet. 100+ pages of pure adrenaline, action, and suspense. You will admire Thomas Swan's audacity and inspiration at the Pavillion. You will be riveted at each awesome narrative of the battles - and there's more than one packed into this surprisingly short book. You will cringe at each blow he takes and wonders if he will survive with body intact. You will turn page after page in a breakneck, frenzied speed that matches the pace of the narrative (eventhough you originally planned to spend a longer time reading it). You will marvel at the outcome at the last few pages just as you wish the next few books are already out so that you can follow what happens next. Incredible, really, how Mr Cameron packed so much awesomeness into a short story. Each Tom Swan is the same - novellas jam-packed with really well written, face-paced action and character development - the quality and quantity I'd usually come to associate with longer, epic books. If you haven't gotten into these books yet, you don't know what you're missing!

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  • The hard realities of crusade.

    I highly recommend this series as a rolicking but pithy look at war, spying and the realiaties of life in 15th century Europe. In this Installement we look at the hard exigencies of a siege situation and the brutal hardships thereof. I am always delighted to read the next issue and this one was no exception.

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