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    gripping and savage

    The beginnings of a great saga. The young hero is very well introduced and from the start you find yourself routing for him. A savage tale told of a brutal period in history. Well worth a read and have already began Matthew's second installment of beobrand's adventures.
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    The Serpent Sword

    Excellent, a well written book, which describes the history of N.E England ln an Era prior to , and equally as good as Bernard Cornwell's saga of 500 years later..
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    Awesome

    Really entertaining, Im ready for more. Bring it on Mr Harffy. A tale about a natural warrior on a land ravaged by war, including some historical figures such as King Oswald.
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    The Serpent Sword

    Dreadfully pedestrian. The suthor loses the trail and engagement of the story by luxuriating in lost cul de sacs of irelevent detail that neither enhances nor captures the readers imagination
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