David, King of England.
Philip, King of France.
A holy war neither man wants to fight.
A militant pope. A treacherous baron. A jealous brother.
Love. Honor. Family. Betrayal. Destiny.
©2016 Sarah Woodbury (P)2016 Sarah Woodbury
Well I'm here to say, That again , Sarah Woodbury has blown this whole series , Out of the Park, I for one hope there is another installment in the series . It left me wanting More , not that I was dissatisfied, to the contrary, it was and is one of my favorite book series , and pretty sure , I'll start again soon and enjoy this Fine work , All Over Again . Absolutely Marvilous . thank You , Sarah
A grateful reader/listener, and hopeful writer in training.
This most recent book in the After Climeri wonderful. It is full of suspenses, twists and turn the page action. I had recently read the book, but couldn't wait to listen to it as well. The unabridged audio is so well done! It can stand alone...but do yourself a favor and read the whole series. ..it will make this story so much richer!
This one was slightly different from any of the others because it wasn't the established main characters doing the traveling. That twist was both a shock and yet not surprising at the same time.
I do like the England/France co-op in this book though. Historically relations between the two countries have always been strained, but Sarah wrapped a beautiful story around the strains that were presented in the previous books.
I can't wait to see how the new addition to the family will fair in the world David and his family have created in the next book.
This particular episode of the series kept me on the edge of my chair waiting to see what was going to happen next. It was exciting and although many of the things that happened were what you expected to happen, you did not know for sure that would be the case .
"Good story, shame about the narration"
I found the poor pronunciation and absurd accents used to present this book distracting. Some of the Welsh accents were distinctly Scottish with one being so far removed from Europe as to be almost Tibetan. The Yorkshire accent was just dreadful. Many names of people and places were mispronounced too.
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