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Scourge of Wolves

Master of War, Book 5
Narrated by: Colin Mace
Series: Master of War, Book 5
Length: 14 hrs and 15 mins
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Winter, 1361: Edward III has finally agreed a treaty with the captive French King, John II. In return for his freedom, John has ceded vast tracts of territory to the English. But the mercenary bands and belligerent lords will not give up their hard-won spoils to honour a defeated king's promises.

As he battles to enforce Edward's claim, Thomas Blackstone, once again, will face the might of the French army on the field. But this time there will be no English army at his back.

©2017 David Gilman (P)2018 W.F. Howes Ltd

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Wow what a great book

This book was awsome and Colin mace was awsome to. Highly recommend can’t wait for the next one

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  • nev kidd
  • 05-14-18

Yet another Glorious Gilman story

Master of War takes us once more alongside one of the greatest fighting men to ever grace paper. Thomas Blackstone is as fearsome as he is loyal and his men, all amazing characters too, are always ready to fight next to him.
David Gilman has the rare ability of being able to tell the story at a fast pace, while describing characters in detail, endearing you to Blackstone and his band of brothers... and he always educates the reader.
The Master of War series is a true historical fiction classic, and I have loved every single page .
So if you are looking for great books full of action and history, I would recommend any and all of Gilman's books.

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  • JRD
  • 07-11-18

This amazing series continues

Once again the story of Blackstone does not fail to impress.

Superb story telling by Gilman, with rich colourful characters that take you on a journey with Blackstone cleverly and brilliantly narrated by Mace.

Highly recommend this book along with all the others in the series- can’t wait for the next one.

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  • Pip
  • 03-06-18

Another great telling

I have been totally engaged by the story telling of David Gillian and the tale of Thomas Blackstone. I have spent many hours listening to all of Gilman's books several times over as I learn more each time of listening

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  • Tommy Cooper & Nikky Cooper
  • 05-05-18

Another brilliant read

Another brilliant read/ listen I am already chafing for the next instalment as soon as possible please

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  • KAH
  • 04-20-18

Continued excitement

I have never got fed up or disappointed with any of these Master of War books.
A brilliant hero great story line .
Wonderfully read.

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  • Mr Bill Dunn
  • 03-09-18

Marvellous stuff

Once again David Gilman draws a marvellous picture of war and adventure, couldn’t put it down

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  • Stephen G Armstrong
  • 08-19-19

a bit too much

hard work to finish. our hero out thinks everyone, slaughters everyone, captures everyone and moves round France faster than a tgv. in fact, he's a magical figure. historically interesting but just hard work.

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  • daveyates
  • 06-02-19

Poor production

In parts, the volume of the narration fluctuates wildly. One sentence is clear and audible, then the next is so quiet you cannot make out what is being said. The story is quite good, but the production marred my enjoyment of it.

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  • S Barratt
  • 03-12-19

another brilliant read

I'm hooked on this series, you actually feel a real connection with the main characters. Very well written and performed well on the whole, my only criticism would be that some parts are read too quietly to heard easily... as if the volume has been lowered.
otherwise excellent, loved the accents.

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  • Tialdpod
  • 02-12-19

So sorry it's over

Having listened/read the whole series in the last 2 months I couldn't wait to get this latest and last novel. I was not disappointed loved every twist and turn, absolutely gutted that my journey with Sir Thomas has come to an end.....for now at least!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-01-18

epic series

loved the whole series. I understand why they changed narrators and I'm glad it was Colin Mace who took it up.

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  • kevinplee@hotmail.com
  • 11-30-18

Hurrah fot Thomss Blackstone

There's no easy ride for this inspiring knight. He vexes king, nobleman, soldier and peasant alike. He seems to live a charmer life but no, he fights hard for his victories and there are heavy enough losses. Once again I'm wondering what happens next to the characters which looks s a great indictment for the series.

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  • La Fitch
  • 09-17-18

must read for history buffs

If you really enjoy this type of book I can highly recommend this series. It certainly brings this period alive for the reader.

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  • Grahame Davis
  • 03-30-18

excellent. I want more

great read. let the journey continue. thank you for a wonderful series of stories. when should I expect book no6

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  • mac
  • 03-26-18

Child hood memories.

What made the experience of listening to Scourge of Wolves the most enjoyable?

This auther has brought back many child hood memories from the days of reading G A henty.
Only other auther which has done this for me has be Nigel Tranter.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Scourge of Wolves?

The whole book.

Which scene did you most enjoy?

The whole book.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The whole book.

Any additional comments?

John lee should be the reader!