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Perfecta Saxonia: The Unification of the Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms

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King Alfred never achieved his dream of uniting the disparate Anglo-Saxon kingdoms into one Perfecta Saxonia.

The man destined to fulfill Alfred's dream is his grandson, Athelstan, as the spark of unity begins in the Saxon kingdom of Wessex. Abandoned by his father and raised by his uncle, young Athelstan faces numerous adversities on his way to becoming a mighty warrior

Kindle Edition, 236 pages
Published April 30th 2019 by Creativia
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Berk Rourke
Apr 30, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This novel reads like a history being narrated by the main character. It tells the story of the wars of the Saxons under many kings and even who should have been a queen. How to review this tale? I am not a student of English history and therefor cannot lend to my review any historical perspective. I can only tell the reader the book is well presented, with the caveat that it reads like a braggart talks sometimes, has no major distractions, presents the story in a forthright way with the ...more
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John Broughton was born in Cleethorpes in Lincolnshire, studied at the local grammar school and went on to take an honours degree in Medieval and Modern History at the University of Nottingham, where he also studied Archaeology.
John retired in January 2014 and chose the period that fascinates him most – the Anglo-Saxon period – as the setting for his first historical novel. His second novel, Wyrd