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Storm of Arrows

By Paul Bannister

Storm of Arrows is a compelling, immersive tale of England’s tumultuous medieval history and the realities of war.

When Edward III of England realises that he must overthrow his mother’s lover (and his father’s potential killer) Roger Mortimer, he turns to his close friend Sir Thomas Holland.

Thomas, archer and baron, brings great expertise and commitment to Edward’s case, helping to remove Mortimer from power and install the rightful heir. But that is merely the start of his turbulent career.

As the fourteenth century unfolds, Thomas must face sickness, heartbreak, plague, disgrace and – more than once – death. Ultimately, as he approaches a French village called Crecy, it seems that all is lost. Or can Thomas and his men pull yet another unlikely victory from the jaws of death?

Storm of Arrows is a highly immersive, thoroughly researched and very detailed novel. It also serves as an effective primer on this period of English medieval history. Perfect for fans of Bernard Cornwell, Michael Jecks et al., and for anyone with an interest in military history.

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