Re: [SCA-Archery] The Archers Tale , Bernard Cornwell
- What should we borrow/steal from it?
Fidelibus of Calontir
---- "David A. Nolan" <davnolan88@...> wrote:
> Agincourt has a lot less mysticism in it than the trilogy Read alongside an actual history. It's well researched and a great story.
> Aengus O'Nolan
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> On May 16, 2012, at 4:31 PM, Edward deWitt <sagebowman@...> wrote:
> > Add Agincourt to this trilogy. It fits in nicely at the end of the 100Years war where the trilogy starts it.\
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> > Sent: Wednesday, May 16, 2012 3:47 PM
> > Subject: [SCA-Archery] The Archers Tale , Bernard Cornwell
> > The Archer's Tale (The Grail Quest trilogy) Vagabond and Heritic
> > First book
> > From master storyteller Bernard Cornwell comes a spellbinding epic of duty, love, and valor forged in the fires of the hundred years war.
> > A brutal raid on the quiet coastal English village of Hookton in 1342 leaves but one survivor: a young archer named Thomas. On this terrible dawn, his purpose becomes clear: to recover a stolen sacred relic and pursue to the ends of the earth the murderous black-clad knight bearing a blue-and-yellow standard -- a journey that leads to the courageous rescue of a beautiful French woman, and sets him on his ultimate quest: the search for the Holy Grail.
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> > This set of books is a great read and shows the life of an Archer in the 100 years war.
> > Enjoy also great on Audio books