The Lords of the Wind by C.J. Adrien
Publication Date: July 3, 2019
eBook & Paperback; 339 Pages
Series: The Saga of Hasting the Avenger, Book One
Genre: Historical Fiction
The story told in C,J. Adrien's Lords Of The Wind. Is one that is filled with war, politics, maturation, and love. As seen through experiences of one Hastings. Slave turned warlord.
C.J. Adrien's ability to seamlessly transition readers through day to day minutia to important battles and other life occurrences in the life of his story's main character. Allows readers a full and detailed picture of Hasting's life as a whole. And better allows one to understand the elements which go into building the man that he is becoming.
A fact which goes a long way in helping the reader to maintain focus on Hastings when the fighting and politicing aspects of the plot seem to want to swallow all else later in the read.
That being said. The battle scenes are an exquisitely rendered part of this read. Brimming with loss, pain, triumph, and heart.
All of the things that make Viking battles the gloriously brutal affairs that they are. And all of the things that help to mold our book's hero into the legendary hero that he is to become.
Lords Of The Wind offers readers that perfect balance between history, lore, and creative licence. Which serves to create a world that one can both believe and get lost in. With every turn of the page.
About the AuthorC.J. Adrien is a French-American author of Viking historical fiction with a passion for Viking history. His Kindred of the Sea series was inspired by research conducted in preparation for a doctoral program in early medieval history as well as his admiration for historical fiction writers such as Bernard Cornwell and Ken Follett. C.J. Adrien’s novels and expertise have earned him invitations to speak at several international events, including the International Medieval Congress at the University of Leeds.
For more information, please visit C.J. Adrien's website and blog. You can also find him on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Goodreads.
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