He is a legend, she is notorious, and their clash is TITANIC.
The review for Mirrored Sword Part Two is now live at Reedsy Discovery.
You need two legs to walk, two eyes to see, two ears to hear, and two books to develop perception in depth, especially in a story that represents different points of view. Mirrored Sword Part One viewed the turmoil of medieval England through the eyes of eight characters. Part Two strips down to the heightened senses of the hero and heroine, focussing on their battle with each other, alone together in their battle with the world. Alone? No, not quite. They are leading a small but troublesome party of siblings, friends, lovers and pets, all accompanying the English king and his Yorkist army north from London to Lincolnshire, in a long awaited showdown with the Lancastrian rebels, as the Wars of the Roses draws closer to its untidy and bloody ending.
Follow the BOOKS button above for a fuller preview of the Mirrored Sword series and for links to Amazon, where the two books are on sale as kindle and paperback. Amazon’s customer reviews (mostly the U.K. marketplace so far) highlight the excitement, adventure and fun of the series, the realism of the settings and the dynamic interplay of the characters. There is also a quirky review of Part Two at the OnlineBookClub, where the book is awarded 4 out of 4 stars https://forums.onlinebookclub.org/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=211131 . And follow the REVIEWS button above for reviews of Part One (also from Reedsy Discovery, as well as another quirky review from the OnlineBookClub.)
You need to read Part One before you can fully relate to Part Two. Part One is either free at Amazon as an online Kindle, or it costs next to nothing if you opt to purchase your own electronic copy. Paperbacks are priced to sell.