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The King of Kamaahr

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An embittered African king, last of the Kamaahr bloodline, travels north into the tumultuous kingdom of medieval Hungary, determined to carry out his people’s prophecy. In search of a promised homeland, King Memphis II finds himself involved more and more in the rising tensions of the country. As dissatisfaction with the monarchy grows among the barons and chieftains, the ...more
Published February 27th 2017 by Brandon Stubbs
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Melina Lobo
Feb 27, 2020 rated it really liked it
By decree of Lodomer, Archbishop of Esztergom, the heathen king shall be
captured or killed. For his head, five ounces of gold are pledged. If he is
retrieved living, he will be Burned at the Stake for heresy and the disturbance of
townsfolk, and the reward shall be doubled.
King Memphis II, the last King of the Kamaahr lineage of Africa.
He travels North to Hungary in order to carry out a prophecy made by his people along with his companion, Anton.
It is up to him to better the future of his pe
Aug 28, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I came across this book because of the author's Instagram page used for promoting the book and giving book reviews! The historic details in this read are amazing! The characters are so interesting to learn about and you feel so intuned with their emotions at some points in the book that you feel sad one moment for them than happy the next! This definitely falls under the historic, medieval, and adventure genres. I don't usually read a lot of medieval genre but I'm absolutely glad I read this one ...more
Rutuja Ramteke
Apr 05, 2020 rated it really liked it
🌸The King Of Kamaahr🌸
This medieval Action and Adventure novel follows Memphis’s journey north across the realm of Hungary, portraying European society in the late 13th century as well as the culture of Memphis’s original homeland in Central Africa. In this combination of two unlike worlds, the reader may recognize familiar aspects of both, including jousts and crusades from Europe and the rich lore and music of Africa.
🌸Finding a good historical fiction is rough task but this is one of those boo
Blue Reviews
Mar 18, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Action and adventure tied together.
The author creates a world for the reader that sucks you in through its diversity and development. The map and set of pronunciations provided in the book provoked a strong sense of presence in a new world.
With wide range of characters the author lays out a fascinating plot. Set in medieval time, the King of Kamaahr is truly an adventure worth experiencing.
Brandon penns a pieces of historical fantasy fiction as a journey for a reader that is full of action, fast
Nannette Kreitzman
A wonderful adventure!

Historical fiction and adventure lovers alike will enjoy this tale of a foreign king’s quest for a new realm. Facing the perils of 13th century Hungary, Memphis - erstwhile King of Kamaahr, forges ever northward to claim and defend a new kingdom against the tyranny and prejudice of the crusading Knights of Templar. Stubbs whisks you into savage battles fought in a harsh, yet beautiful land, while warming the heart with friendships of fierce loyalty. A great read.
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