Man at Arms: The Battle of Poitiers (Sir John Hawkwood Book 2)

Man at Arms: The Battle of Poitiers (Sir John Hawkwood Book 2)

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Title:Man at Arms: The Battle of Poitiers (Sir John Hawkwood Book 2)
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    Man at Arms: The Battle of Poitiers (Sir John Hawkwood Book 2) Reviews

  • Christy

    The first in series was good, this 2nd one was great....

  • Geoff Boxell

    “Archers alone could not win battles: they could decide them but, in the end, it was the men-at-arms who would capture the enemy leaders and take the ransoms.”This statement alone shews that Griff...

  • Terry Simpson

    Fact is equivalent to fiction.The life of Hawkswood reveals a real rags to riches story predominantly being rough and ready which in those do or die times helped you to survive. The description of The...

  • Steve Flynn

    Incredible storyHosker has picked a little known character out of history, who played a very important part in the constant warring in the 14th century and gave this mans story life. It is a fulfillin...

  • John Slatton

    Excellent As usual, Griff Hosker delivers a fantastic story! The second iteration of the Sir John Hawkwood saga is fantastic and I really look forward to reading the next iteration. ...

  • Michael Annis

    Cracking readWell thought out, good characters and excellent battle sequences. All in all a great series. One caveat, over emphasis on Sir John’s constant referring to money, profit. Gets wearying. ...

  • Barrington John Prince

    Merciless History Burning farms killing all the men, laying waiste the land and leaving women and children to starve. No wonder the French hated the English for so long, especially as they cheated by ...

  • ELzabeth Livingstone

    ExcellentA great following to the first book. The main character starts off as sounding arrogant but as his story proceeds, his determination combined with his consideration for his companions both at...

  • Robert Anastasiades

    Sir john hawkwood Another brilliantly written account of this archer turned man at arms rising through the ranks to be knighted couldn’t put this one down ...

  • Michael Stephen Worsfield

    A great read.Well put together but not as realistic as I would have liked. Nevertheless I will continue to be enjoyed with his stories....