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    Book 2 of the Crusader series

    The story of Conrad and the Sword Brothers continues with a helter skelter of skirmishes and the introduction of the Danish king who is also head of an alternative Christian army invited by the Bishop of Riga to help to conquer Estonia but who then falls foul of the Sword Brothers and "Susi's" Army of the Wolf followers of our hero Conrad Wolf. Several more characters are introduced to the already somewhat confusing array of names and places that the reader has to cope with and if there is any criticism of this series it is the number of names of people and places to remember. That said the plot moves on and is exciting and is a good read. I enjoyed it and am now on to the next in series Castellan". Peter Darman never disappoints and this series is no exception.
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    very good story

    like most good fiction this story shadows history. it has many elements of the formation of the tutonic order of knights that started about the same time.good work
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    Ok

    Some sections are a struggle to get through but overall it's a good story. I personally struggled with some of the names of minor characters and remembering who was who,especially the Russians.
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    Delicately poised

    This books comes across as a link to the next part of the series, which does appear to be building again. The storylines appear at times to be a little fanciful but I'm enjoying the steady pace of the main story.
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    Good Editor Wanted

    This volume continues the story of Conrad Wolff and the Sword Brothers. Like the first, an interesting story and full of action, with the added bonus that it focuses on a period of history not generally the subject of fiction. However, the novel suffers from innumerable spelling errors and grammatical issues that affect its readability and often detract from the story itself. This was true, but to a far lesser extent, of the first book as well but I had hoped that some good editing might be employed for subsequent volumes. This hope remains for future books in the series, although whether I will attempt to find out firsthand remains an open question.
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