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The Archer's Tale


The first volume in this new series begins a medieval quest for the Holy Grail. When his English village is attacked by French marauders led by a ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.250
Andrew C

Good read

by Andrew C on Jun 19, 2014

"The Archers Tale" was a good change of pace from my usual nonfiction historical reading. It's well paced with believable characters that you take an interest in emphasize with. The setting and story background is not only something out side of my usual venue (Civil War and WWII) but obviously well researched and vividly brought to life. Like most readers I have a stack of books on the to read list and have eagerly added the next two books in the series "Vagabond" and "Heretic" to the it. Highly recommended.


The Archers Tale

by Jekyll on Feb 28, 2008

This is an excellent well written book which gives a good insight into Norman/Saxon England. It is a difficult book to put down once you get into it and the excitment and intrigue starts early on. Bernard Cornwell writes very good historical fiction. This is the first book of a triology.


Love it :)

by Jillian17 on Apr 3, 2007

I actually read this book after the last one in the trilogy, (because i didn't know it was a trilogy when i got it) and i still loved it even though i knew where it would all end. When i get the time i am going to read it again. Like all Cornwell's books the battles are well-written and alive, as well as the characters.

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