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Enemy of God by Bernard Cornwell
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Jan 02, 2012

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bookshelves: arthurian-legend, historical-fiction, welsh
Read from February 18 to March 01, 2012

After The Winter King, I read all of The Enemy of God and went straight into Excalibur, the last book in Bernard Cornwell’s Arthurian trilogy. It’s hard to review these novels separately; one book begins right where the other one ends, and it’s all one big story anyway. I’ve definitely become sucked in: I stayed up until the wee hours on the aforementioned salsa night to finish Enemy of God. I’m really enjoying the books, for the most part, in a slightly guilt-ridden way—it’s a bloody, pagan mess, which is probably perfectly accurate for the time period. Still, the series has its redeeming qualities, and I’m not likely to become a Druid anytime soon.


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