Warriors of the Storm - Final words of Historical Note: "He has further to go, so he will march again."
Strongly suggests that we can expect a sequel to this wonderful series!! ??????
I have thoroughly enjoyed this series. Thank you! I have also greatly appreciated the historical notes and agree, not sufficient early history is taught in the schools. You clearly show how much early history could be appreciated by students.
I have recently discovered your Saxon stories and have read all nine. I love the amount of researched detail you put in that makes the book feel so real and authentic. The only down side is now I am on a cliff-hanger waiting for the next book. When is it going to come out. Will it be the last one?
The Saxon Stories - Absolutely fascinating. Thank you for such an interesting, gripping and historically accurate series of books.
I have just finished the last book in the series - "Warriors of the Storm" - and was sad when there were no more pages to read. From the very first, when Uhtred witnessed Ragnar "oar-dancing" off the coast of Bebbanberg, your stories have held me spellbound and at the end of each book I couldn't wait to get to the library for the next in the series.
The end of your last novel in the series said of Uhtred - "He has further to go, so he will march again." Does this hint at further novels in the series? I certainly hope so.
The history of England fascinates me in that, in time when danger threatened its very existence, there was always a "hero" to save the day. Nelson at the Nile and at Trafalgar, Wellington at Waterloo and Churchill in the darkest hours of World War Two. Thank you for your history of England's formation.
I have also read "The Grail Quest" series, "Agincourt", "1356" and "The Fort".
Happy New Year..... I have just read Warriers of the Storm which was brilliant. I have thoroughly enjoyed the whole series..... Do you intend to publish another, book ten?
With warm wishes.... Heather