[PDF] The Sword of Damascus | by ✓ Richard Blake, The Sword of Damascus, Richard Blake, The Sword of Damascus The triumphant Muslim capital is the setting for the fourth in the fascinating action packed series set in the dying days of the Roman Empire Murderous intrigue brings Aelric Blake s engaging murderous antihero to Damascus as the triumphant Muslim caliphate sweeps up from Arabia to threaten Constantinople itself Aelric knows the secrets behind Greek Fire the flame throwThe, [PDF] The Sword of Damascus | by ✓ Richard Blake - The Sword of Damascus, The Sword of Damascus The triumphant Muslim capital is the setting for the fourth in the fascinating action packed series set in the dying days of the Roman Empire Murderous intrigue brings Aelric Blake s engaging murder

  • Title: The Sword of Damascus
  • Author: Richard Blake
  • ISBN: 9781444709667
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Hardcover

The Sword of Damascus

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  1. Unlike its three predecessors, the Sword of Damascus Damascus takes place shortly before the narrative of the 96 year old Aelric from the monastery at Jarrow and not 70 some odd years prior This definitely puts a different spin on the story, with Aelric suffering from the physical shortcomings wrought with age with death soon looming instead of from the view of a handsome and energetic 20 something.Readers are advised to read the prior books in order Rome, Constantinople, and Alexandria before d [...]


  2. The Sword of Damascus Aelric Hardcover Richard Blake Author Having read Richard Blakes previous books I knew that it was a book that I had to be in the right frame of mind to read, different authors have different styles.Your Simon Scarrows, Conn Igguldens and Anthonys Riches type novels whilst containing plenty of history are written in that fast paced action style that many class as Swords and Sandals, or Blood and action I would put Richard Blake in the Harry Sidebottom category, Both author [...]


  3. This for me was not a book I could pick up at any time I felt I needed to dedicate an allotted period per reading,It certainly didn t flow for me as other novels of the same genre have done I also felt that I d missed something by starting on the fourth book in the series, Definitely recommend starting with the first one as there are many references to previous adventures.It is superbly written and I am very glad to have discovered such a talented writer There were, however, a few niggles for me [...]


  4. The Sword of Damascus is a switch for the Aelric series In this story it starts when Aelric is an old man 90 years old and he continues throughout the book as an old man In the previous books, Aelric the old tells of us his life as a young man Again excellent characterization and wonderful descriptions of the locations Richard Blake, the author, really transports his readers to a different time and a different place I love it Aelric seems to find himself in one jam after another and what I liked [...]


  5. Another great story with the good, old, Alaric The I read about him, the I think he s going to live forever, as a highlander If only Blake would cut down on the sex and gruesome violence in his books, they would be excellent I would like to read of Alaric s adventures through the Middle East though and maybe on the way to, or on the way back from Constantinople to Jarrow.