Bernard Cornwell

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Re: Bernard Cornwell

Postby Tonyblack » Sun Jun 23, 2013 2:39 pm

The next book by Bernard, Pagan Lord, another in the Saxon Chronicles series, is due out on September 26th (UK) and January 7th 2014 (US). :D
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Re: Bernard Cornwell

Postby MongoGutman » Mon Jun 24, 2013 12:09 am

I wish he'd number them, I get confused, which I've read, how many there are, what order they're in... I mean I understand it with Sharpe: those were written out of sequence, but the Uhtred books seems to be following a linear progression, so why not just number them accordingly? Oh but they're good stuff, no doubt... but getting a little samey now. I wish he'd do a Civil War series - a new character following Cromwell's course as Sharpe followed Wellington's maybe...
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Re: Bernard Cornwell

Postby Tonyblack » Fri Oct 11, 2013 9:39 pm

MongoGutman wrote:I wish he'd number them, I get confused, which I've read, how many there are, what order they're in... I mean I understand it with Sharpe: those were written out of sequence, but the Uhtred books seems to be following a linear progression, so why not just number them accordingly? Oh but they're good stuff, no doubt... but getting a little samey now. I wish he'd do a Civil War series - a new character following Cromwell's course as Sharpe followed Wellington's maybe...


Here you go, Mongo:

1. The Last Kingdom (2004)
2. The Pale Horseman (2005)
3. The Lords of the North (2006)
4. Sword Song (2007)
5. The Burning Land (2009)
6. Death of Kings (2011)
7. The Pagan Lord (2013)


I'm currently reading The Pagan Lord and, as ever, thoroughly enjoying it. :D
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Re: Bernard Cornwell

Postby pip » Sat Oct 12, 2013 8:31 am

Haven't bought Pagan Lord yet but finished Death of KIngs recently so will definitely be getting it soon. Great series
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