Sword of Justice

Narrated by: Peter Noble
Series: Chivarly, Book 4
Length: 18 hrs and 35 mins
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WPolitical alliances are beginning to rupture. No state is immune: England, France, the Holy Roman Empire, Milan, Genoa, Venice, Constantinople.... Every mercenary knight for hundreds of miles must sharpen his sword and prepare for battle.

But Sir William Gold has other problems. Just to reach Europe, he must capture its most unassailable fortress. He must also protect his liege-lord, the Green Count, from assassins hell-bent on his demise.

The balance of power in the West will change. William Gold must trust to hope, and his men, that he lands on the winning side....

©2018 Christian Cameron (P)2018 W. F. Howes Ltd
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Looking forward to the next one.

I truly am looking forward to see if there is another book in this series.

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Still spellbinding

Not as good as previous volumes. Some historical inaccuracies (the Bourc Camus was captured before the time the action takes place, for example). Otherwise, still spellbinding. The marriage between Violante Visconti and the Duke of Clarence DID take place and was a huge social event. Battle scenes mesmerizing. Still, feels kind of like filler. Let's get to the defender of Venice!
My first introduction to Gian Galeazzo. Worth reading to find out about some of the historical figures.

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if you like swearing in 90% of the book

than this book is for you. as for me, I don't need it. it's unnecessary

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  • charles
  • 12-18-18

Superb, in every way!

Listen, there are good books with narrative and pace that immerse you, make you feel that you are actually there. Engage you emotionally and intellectually so deeply that when you are disturbed by the real world, it takes a moment, blinking, for you to come to, as it were.
This is one of those.
Don’t laugh Chaucer but I would say that your life will be the richer for having delved into this series and yes I would recommend you start from the beginning.
Enjoy my friend.

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  • JPA
  • 04-17-19

The best hisfic I've ever experienced

Absolutely brilliant! This series continues to snatch me away, draw me in, hold me and throw me to the ground with its characters, descriptions, dramas and actions. I love it!

As an ex re-enactor and a lovely of medieval history and good stories, this ticks more boxes than I knew needed ticking.

Read it. Read it. Read it.

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  • J. Wexler
  • 08-16-19

Great read

Really well researched. The Author seemed to get his stride as he worked his way into book two then three. Characters continued to develop and the story maintained it's flow. The main characters forbearance is becoming a bit much, as he continues to fail to kill his chief rival. Hopefully that is to come.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 06-16-19

Another good medieval tale

Fourth installment of the William Gold story, concentrating on his time in Italy in the service of various masters. Very informative about a little known period.