Tien Tr Tr from Gazza BG, Italy
Really excellent head trip set in the medieval Europe . There’s a minor head trip element (the fey), but the seniority of the plot concerns the Vikings’ last sweeps on Albion. Exile Bern Thorkellson and his assistant warriors experiment onto Anglcyn for loot and honor, but waiting for them are the combined soldier of King Aeldred and his Cyngael allies. The seniority of the manual does not concern war, but rather the inner workings of the characters’ minds and the wyrdness of Fate. The characters are each well developed and very interesting, and I would have read a manual about any singular of them. Unlike Barbara Hambly, who struggles to deploy all of her characters together into a single story, each little edict and decision adds up to a greater whole. Near the onset, a peasant teenager’s murder is mentioned—and near the culmination of the story her sister’s nonviolent vengeance turns the undercurrent of battle.
i could not put this periodical down. i loved it and found myself racing to see what happens at the end! cant wait to read periodical 2