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Hawkwood's Voyage(The Monarchies of God, #1)
A land in chaos
The once-great Fimbrian nations of the West are falling. From the east, Murduk hordes have taken the ancient Holy City of Aekir, burning the churches and slaughtering their defenders.
A people divided
Even as the war rages, military, religious, and ruling factions clash with one another in a desperate bid for survival – and supremacy. As the armies of the West make a valiant stand against the heathen invaders, and a wave of bloody religious fanaticism threatens to consume the land, one hope lies beyond the horizon.
A man of destiny
Now, rogue mariner Richard Hawkwood is forced to lead an expedition across the Great Western Ocean to find a lost continent of legend, where a safe haven may be found. But before the explorers can find sanctuary – they will have to make a journey that no one has ever survived.
Hawkwood's Voyage is the first book of The Monarchies of God series.
I enjoyed reading this book very much. It was well written and interesting. It also had enough depth.
I can highly recommend this book to all fantasy lovers. I'm sure that you'll like this book.