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    The Devil's Army) [Pdf New] Æ James Wilde Second in the series we’ve moved a year forward to 1067 the aftermath of William the Bastards conuest of EnglandStarts exactly where the last book left of in the Fens of East Anglia where the majority of the story is set the hero his crew are swiftly reintroduced we’re all caught up on whose who which is always good after a break in a

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    characters The Devil's Army The Devil's Army) [Pdf New] Æ James Wilde James Wilde ¿ 8 characters 'Hereward' James Wilde's first book in the Hereward series was a stunning debut The power and verve of the writing the impact and strength of the hero the story revealed gave 'Hereward' an edge and a pulsating wildness that I hadn't felt from a book in a long time As if the story the book had reached up and punched me in the faceFrom the very beginning James Wilde formed Hereward into a thoroughly believable and compelli

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    Download ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ¿ James Wilde James Wilde ¿ 8 characters characters The Devil's Army Original Post “Bigger better and awesome than its predecessor Wilde manages to keep the reader hooked throughout the pag

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    The Devil's Army) [Pdf New] Æ James Wilde A superbly written book about the effects of the Norman Invasion of England in 1066 by William the Conueror Well written and historically accurate told from the English perspective It sheds light on the historic

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    The Devil's Army) [Pdf New] Æ James Wilde James Wilde ¿ 8 characters details are a bit off William the Bastard was probably not as old as 50 in 1069 and to my knowledge although he was a big man it was mainly muscle and not fat I liked this less than the first one for different reasons hated his portrayal of Harold Godwinsson in that one and failed to like any of the characters

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    The Devil's Army) [Pdf New] Æ James Wilde James Wilde ¿ 8 characters What can I say other than An excellent seuel to Hereward book 1This is by far better than the first with intrigue and scheming The plot thickens and the pace remains uick and enticing The story is rich and gripping making it a good read that

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    The Devil's Army) [Pdf New] Æ James Wilde characters The Devil's Army It was an interesting read The Norman conuest is my third favourite period and culture But I am always on the side of the Normans So it took a while to switch my POV and allegiance over to the English Ha His book is a great mix of fiction and history Wilde painted the scenery well and the historical feel shone through It was easy to picture myself in the 11th century As I did enjoy most of the characters a few were rather one dimensional Ha

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    The Devil's Army) [Pdf New] Æ James Wilde characters The Devil's Army I was thoroughly impressed with book 1 of this series so I was excited and worried about reading book 2 Would the writing and plot be as good? Would the shine of the characters and story wear off? Would I get bored with of the same? Yes the w

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    The Devil's Army) [Pdf New] Æ James Wilde Download ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ¿ James Wilde James Wilde ¿ 8 characters No spoilers I'm not like thatWell I went Into this head first and being a fan of the first book I had expectations and I was not disappointed The character development in this was exactly what I expected and liked Each Character felt like they grew and it showed in the readingHereward is a strong character with so many flaws and i

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    The Devil's Army) [Pdf New] Æ James Wilde The Norman invasion 1066 Reading books like this historical English novels often involves finding ancestors In The Winter Warrior I encountered two ancestors William de Warenne Varennes for whom there is documentation of him fighting with William the Conueror and Ivo Taillebois nicknamed 'The Butcher' for his

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Download ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ¿ James Wilde James Wilde ¿ 8 characters Summary The Devil's Army 108 Product Description 1067 The battle ofHastingshas been lost; Harold Godwinsson is dead The iron fist of William the Bastard has begun to sueeze the life out ofEngland Villages are torched and men women and children put to the sword as the Norman king attempts to impose his cruel will upon this unruly nation But there is one wh. Original Post Bigger better and awesome than its predecessor Wilde manages to keep the reader hooked throughout the pages with his fantastic prose A must for all historical fiction fans The Founding FieldsAfter reading and enjoying the first novel in the Hereward trilogy Hereward review here I was wondering if Wilde would be able to live up to the brilliant first novel This is partly one of the reasons why although I had a copy of The Devil s Army for a while I didn t get around to picking it up until recently as I thought it being the second novel in a trilogy would be a let down as second novels in trilogies are normally the most difficult to write However when I did get round to it within the first few pages of reading The Devil s Army I was hooked again as Wilde proves that he can continue to impress with the seuel and manage to make the seuel better than it s predecessor1067 The battle of Hastings has been lost Harold Godwinsson is dead The iron fist of William the Bastard has begun to sueeze the life out of England Villages are torched and men women and children put to the sword as the Norman king attempts to impose his cruel will upon this unruly nationBut there is one who stands in the way of the invader s savagery He is called Hereward He is a warrior and master tactician and as adept at slaughter as the imposter who sits upon the throne And he is England s last hopeIn a Fenlands fortress of water and wild wood Hereward s resistance is simmeringHis army of outcasts grows by the day a devil s army that emerges out of the mists and the night leaving death in its wakeBut William is not easily cowed Under the command of his ruthless deputy Ivo Taillebois the man they call the Butcher the Norman forces will do whatever it takes to crush the rebels even if it means razing England to the groundSo Hereward was the novel that focused on the events leading up to the Battle of Hastings the most famous battle in England s history and now Hereward The Devil s Army looks at the aftermath of that titanic battle and how it changed England as a nation William the Conueror is now in command of the English throne and resistance is crumbling Hereward is labelled as an inspiration for the legends of Robin Hood and is described as England s last hope and is an amazing character He s different from when we were first introduced to him at the beginning of Book One and has changed greatly and is now a leader of men His character has developed fantastically well and it will be interesting to see where Wilde takes the character in the upcoming third novelThe action seuences in The Devil s Army are great as Wilde showcases the struggle between the English resistance and the Norman Oppressors they re well written and very bloody and the final battle is nothing short of epic and throughout the novel you get the sense that no character is safe not even Hereward thus increasing the tension and making the reader want to root for The English over the invadersThe pace is top notch moving breathtakingly fast ensuring that there isn t a dull moment in this novel There are plenty of twists to keep the outcome unpredictable as possible and by the end of the book you will only be left with wanting to find out what happens next The Devil s Army has made Wilde one of my favourite historical fiction authors up there with the likes of Simon Scarrow Bernard Cornwell and Ben Kane even if they are all the only historical fiction authors that I have read so far they re all awesome and Wilde has really managed to bring life to the bloody aftermath of the Battle of HastingsHereward himself is the book s strongest character and you re not likely to forget his name in a while Alric the monk is back and his storyline that weaves throughout The Devil s Army is just as enthralling as Hereward s I m struggling to find a flaw with The Devil s Army as it does everything that Hereward does and then some the action scenes are bigger and well written making it an enthralling read from beginning to end Historical fiction fans or anyone who s enjoyed Hereward will find themselves enjoying this novel like I didVerdict 455 Buried ofHastingshas been lost; Harold Godwinsson is dead The iron fist A Gun for Sale of William the Bastard has begun to sueeze the life Rasputin's Daughter out Archetype Archetype #1 ofEngland Villages are torched and men women and children put to the sword as the Norman king attempts to impose his cruel will upon this unruly nation But there is Wolfsbane one wh. 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Download ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ¿ James Wilde James Wilde ¿ 8 characters Summary The Devil's Army 108 ? a devil’s army that emerges out of the mists and the night leaving death in its wake But William is not easily cowed Under the command of his ruthless deputy Ivo Taillebois – the man they call ‘the Butcher’ – the Norman forces will do whatever it takes to crush the rebels even if it means razing England to the grou. I was thoroughly impressed with book 1 of this series so I was excited and worried about reading book 2 Would the writing and plot be as good Would the shine of the characters and story wear off Would I get bored with of the same Yes the writing is excellent and the plot possibly even better no the characters grow even larger and closer to life and the story shines just as brightly and no I wasn t bored and it wasn t of the same James Wilde is firmly cementing himself as one of my favourite authorsMy thanks to the author publisher and NetGalley for a free copy to review This review is entirely my own unbiased opinion

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  • The Devil's Army
  • James Wilde
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  • 24 July 2018
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