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About this product
- AuthorBernard Cornwell
- Number Of Pages352 pages
- SeriesThe Saxon Chronicles
- Publication Date2010-01-19
- PublisherHarperCollins Publishers
- Series Volume NumberNo. 5
- Copyright Date2010
- Weight17.7 Oz
- Height1.2 In.
- Width6 In.
- Length9 In.
- Dewey Decimal823.914
- Dewey Edition22
Most relevant reviews
- fyn689Mar 10, 2015by
Excellent product, the physycal and the content.
An outstanding book, this is the fifth entry of Bernard Cornwell viking saga which includes the invasion to England by the great heathen army on the first books.
The writing is as good as always, the book itself is good, it has a good build and quality, and the content, if you have been reading the other books, is amazing.
You just can't stop reading it, and following Uhtred throughout his life is an epic tale to remember.
- ontheroofgangMar 04, 2011by
The Burning Land by Bernard Cornwell
Another outstanding historical fiction by Bernard Cornwell. His painstaking research brings to life the people and culture of a lost time. Extremely well written and very enjoyable to read. Once again, a very smooth transition from previous books in the series to this one. It did not leave me feeling there were unfilled gaps in the time frame. I highly recommend this book to all Cornwell fans, and to those who have not discovered Bernard Cornwell yet, you are missing out on one of the great historical fiction writers ever. Well Done!
- gumby_manMay 03, 2010by
Happily still enjoying the series
I very much enjoyed reading this fourth installment in the series. Was it as "fresh" as the first or second books? No. But, is it still interesting historically as well as entertaining? YES. I will keep reading them as fast as he can churn them out.
- loxi1313May 03, 2010by
Another Cornwell Great!
This is a continuation of previous books and will hold your attention.
Very good writing.
Try it, you'll like it if you like medieval history.