Century of the Soldier: The Collected Monarchies of God (Volume Two)

Century of the Soldier: The Collected Monarchies of God (Volume Two)

by Paul Kearney
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Century of the Soldier: The Collected Monarchies of God (Volume Two) by Paul Kearney

THE TIME OF THE WOLF IS AT HAND...
Struck down in his moment of victory, Hebrion's young King Abeleyn lies in a coma, his city in ruins and his fiancee and former lover vying for the throne. Corfe Cear-Inaf, now a colonel, is given a ragtag command of ill-equipped savages and sent on a hopeless mission by a jealous King who expects him to fail.
Richard Hawkwood and Lord Murad return bearing news of horror on a savage new continent, with something terrible lurking in the hold.
The Church is tearing itself apart, even as the champions of truth fight to bring peace between Ramusian and Merduk; but in the far West, a terrible new threat is rearing its head...
The Century of the Soldier collects the final three books in Paul Kearney's explosive The Monarchies of God series, revised and expanded for this edition: The Iron Wars, The Second Empire and Ships From The West.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781849972086
Publisher: Rebellion Publishing Ltd
Publication date: 09/16/2011
Series: Monarchies of God Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 605,060
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Paul Kearney is the renowned Irish writer behind the classic fantasy series The Mon­archies of God. He is also the author of The Way To Babylon and the highly regarded fantasy trilogy that began with The Ten Thou­sand.

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Century of the Soldier (Monarchies of God Series) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found it difficult to put down. The dialogue is well done, if only because Kearney writes so well. The plot moves along at a nice clip, which is welcome after Martin's Song of Ice and Fire. It is a little too male-centric; hardly any mentionable interesting female characters to speak of. The other characters are two-dimensional as base emotions and male bravado abound, at least in the first book. Regardless, I still recommend it. Its overall quality is difficult to ignore.
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I would not recommend reading the paul kearneys books on nook . some sort of corruption has happened and at least 3 books from the publisher will not open or will kick you out . Supposedly barnes and noble will notify the publisher and then maybe in 2 or 3 weeks they will take care of the problem .. or maybe in 3 weeks ill still have the same problem and go thru all this again