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- DescriptionIn the short few years that he has been in France since 1356, William Burton has achieved greatness well beyond his youthful expectations. He is caught up in the political and social upheaval of Northern France and is quickly taking his place among the blemen of his times. He has put together the elements of success, both military and financial. It is the Year of Our Lord, 1358. But his real destiny would be forcefully revealed in his reconnection with his brother, Thomas Burton, called The Arrowsmith. This is the story of their partnership and what it meant to the military and political world of Normandy, France. It is a story of genius, tenacity and grit. The Burton Story is told in volume one of this series: The Archer's Revenge. A second volume describes Will Burton's rise as a military force in: Striker King, Warhorse. This third volume, Archer and Arrowsmith, extends the saga to include Will's brother Tom, called the Arrowsmith.
- Author BiographyRobert M. Johnson has had a lifelong love of medieval history. For eleven years he lived in a medieval monastery in France. Some of the buildings of that monastery were first built in the year 1133 A.D. and reflected the solid stone construction of the period. His life as a monk deepened his awareness of life in the Middle Ages, the attitudes, the social structure, the daily life of peasants and noblemen who were part of that exciting time. Living close to the cycles of nature, the seasons of planting and harvesting, set the tone for life in the medieval village. This is the third volume that features young Will Burton, an English archer swept up into the thrilling times of feudal Europe. After the battle of Poitiers which was a decisive English victory, young Will and his comrades, Jack Singletary, Chris Colley and John Wegland challenged the renegade nobleman, Renald LeClerq. They took over his castle of Malfleur and under the leadership of young Will they began a new life in Normandy. In this present volume, Lord William Burton is reunited with his family, and in particular, with his brother Thomas who has become a master archer, bowyer and arrowsmith. His fascinating story is woven together with that of his brother, as they establish a new dynasty in Normandy, France. The Epic of the Archer moves on.
- Author(s)Robert M Johnson
- PublisherCreatespace Independent Publishing Platform
- Date of Publication23/07/2012
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectHistorical & Mythological Fiction
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintCreatespace Independent Publishing Platform
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight200 g
- Width140 mm
- Height216 mm
- Spine9 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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