Book Review: The Last Warrior: England: The First Viking Age (The Ninth Century Book 2) by M J Porter

Thank you for the fantastic review!

Endo the road

Genre: Historical fiction
Publisher: Independently published
Pub date: 25 June 2020
Rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

He sent a hundred men to kill two thousand. It had to be enough.

Mercia lies broken but not beaten, her alliance with Wessex in tatters.

Coelwulf, a fierce and bloody warrior, fears no man, especially not the Raiders claiming Mercia as their own.

Coelwulf must travel away from the heart of Mercia, hunting down the Raiders and what he discovers will determine the fate of Mercia, as well as his own.

Having read the first book in this series, The Last King recently, I was eager to jump back in to the story of Coelwulf and his loyal warriors.

This book picks up where the previous one ended and Coelwulf is faced with the huge task of ridding Mercia of the remaining Raiders following the battle at Repton.

Coelwulf has been announced as king of Mercia…

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