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A Fragile Peace (Forgotten Emperor #5)

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After forming a truce with Constantine, the Emperor of Rome, King Arthur of Britain feels confident in his newly established rule.

His people are united under his banner, the pagan and the Christian living together as one in his lands, and there seems to be nothing left to do but celebrate his triumph.

But a storm is brewing, both within the kingdom and outside it.

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Kindle Edition, 134 pages
Published May 25th 2015 by Endeavour Press
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Catching a book in the middle of a series is never a good idea. So as far as character development, while this was a little shallow, I'm sure the series plays the out a little more and gives them depth. This isn't even normally the kind of book I would choose to read, but a good friend is into all the swords and things like this. So I thought I would give this a go. It was better than I thought it would be. It does go by very fast and makes you keep reading it. It kinda makes me want to start ...more
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Yet one more interpretation of the Arthurian legend, this well-written novel weaves into the story line interesting details of weaponry, clothing, and other details of life in Roman Britain and among its various resident and invading, warring tribes. As book five in a series, it stands well alone. I have not read the prior installments, which I am now inspired to do, but had no problem getting my bearings in this story.
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A recovering journalist who worked for national publications on both sides of the Atlantic, and who has freelanced for magazines worldwide, Bannister began writing historical fiction in 2012 and is still working at the craft.

He authored the autobio 'Tabloid Man & the Baffling Chair of Death' which details his life as the National Enquirer's chief reporter of the paranormal, when he worked worl
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Other Books in the Series

Forgotten Emperor (6 books)
  • Arthur Britannicus (Forgotten Emperor #1)
  • Arthur Imperator (Forgotten Emperor #2)
  • Arthur Invictus (Forgotten Emperor #3)
  • The King's Cavalry (Forgotten Emperor #4)
  • Arthur: War's End (Forgotten Emperor #6)

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