• The Sword Of Albion – Review

    by  • January 23, 2010 • Book News, reviews • 0 Comments

    Another perceptive review of the first book in the Swords of Albion series:

    “Faeries. British Folklore. Alternate Elizabethan History. Magic. Spies. Political Intrigue. Christopher Marlowe. If these fantastic components weren’t enough to get me excited about reading The Silver Skull, the first novel in the new Swords of Albion trilogy, the fact that Mark Chadbourn is the author sealed the deal.”

    The Silver Skull is out now in the US. The UK version – re-titled The Sword of Albion – is out in May.


    0 Responses to The Sword Of Albion – Review

    1. Heather
      January 26, 2010 at 6:47 pm

      That’s a fantastic review Mark, I’m just reading this book right now (to the detriment of my coursework and I’m informed that quoting your books in a psychology dissertation would be frowned upon) and it’s every bit as addictive and awe inspiring as all your others. Well done,now hurry up and get the next two installments finished :)

    2. January 26, 2010 at 9:26 pm

      Glad you like it!

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