Sons of Kings: Book One
By the mid ninth century, Danish raids on Anglo-Saxon kingdoms have escalated. Several bands even dare to overwinter on the coastal islands, particularly those at the mouth of the Thames, where the kingdoms of Wessex and Mercia border each other. The kings of these lands must put past hostilities aside and take the first steps towards unity; steps they see as vital in the face of this newfound threat to their lands.
Alfred of Wessex and Eadwulf of Mercia are the sons of kings, whose futures have been determined since birth. But the turbulent events in their childhood years change the natural progression of things and shape the characters of the men they will become. Their roads to manhood follow vastly different routes, but both learn crucial lessons along the way: lessons that will serve them well in future years.
Discovering that the enemy is not always a stranger is a harsh lesson indeed; the realisation that a trusted kinsman can turn traitor is the harshest lesson of all.
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2 thoughts on “Shadow of the Raven”
Oh my, you have been busy. Well done.
Thank yo so much, Peggy. Yes, I’ve been very busy over the past year or so, and it’s been so long since I was on my blog, Now that my series is finally finished, I have every intention of staying here. I’m very much looking forward to catching up on some of your wonderful posts.