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The King's Hounds
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(3.2 based on 19 ratings)
  • 1

    The King's Hounds: 1

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs)
    • By Martin Jensen
    • Narrated By Napoleon Ryan, Napoleon Ryan
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (13)
    Performance
    (8)
    Story
    (9)

    The year is 1018 and the war with England is finally over, but the unified kingdom ruled by Cnut of Denmark is far from peaceful. Halfdan has lost everything to the war but his sense of humor. Once a proud nobleman, now he wanders the country aimlessly powered only by his considerable charm and some petty theft. When he finds an unlikely ally in Winston, a bookish former monk, the two set out together for Oxford, the seat of the new king.

    Thomas More says: "Interesting mystery and promising new series"
    Interesting mystery and promising new series

    I bought this story on the cheap as a whispersync set, hoping for something good, and I was not disappointed. This is the first book in a series from ..Show More »

    Reviewed on January 05 2014 by Thomas More (Billings, MT USA)
  • 2

    Oathbreaker: The King's Hound, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 23 mins)
    • By Martin Jensen
    • Narrated By Napoleon Ryan
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (6)
    Performance
    (4)
    Story
    (4)

    Halfdan and his master, Winston the Illuminator, are guests in a monastery when they’re awakened in the middle of the night and asked to solve a crime. A monk praying in the church has been brutally murdered, and his severed hand offers the first clue of a motive. As they investigate who could have committed such a heinous atrocity - and why - Halfdan and Winston must negotiate bitter rivalries within the monastery’s hierarchy, a sensitive class structure, and the tension between the new laws King Cnut has sworn to uphold and the codes of honor that precede them.

    Thomas More says: "A Bit Disappointed in This Second Installment"
    A Bit Disappointed in This Second Installment

    I gave a positive review to the first book in this series by Martin Jensen; however, this time around I feel that we readers have been let down a bit...Show More »

    Reviewed on March 08 2014 by Thomas More (Billings, MT USA)