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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

GIVEAWAY: The Ill-Made Knight by Christian Cameron


Fantasy Book Critic will soon be reviewing Ill-Made Knight, the new historical fiction title by Christian Cameron and in support of its August 1, 2013 UK publication.  Orion Books and Fantasy Book Critic are giving away FIVE SIGNED COPIES (bound proofs) of “Ill-Made Knight” to five Lucky winners!!!

To enter, please send an email to fbcgiveaway@gmail.com with your Name, Mailing Address, and the subject: IMK. Giveaway has ended. Thank you for entering and Good Luck!

GIVEAWAY RULES
 1) Open To UK Residents ONLY
 2) Only One Entry Per Household (Multiple Entries Will Be Disqualified)
 3) Must Enter Valid Email Address, Mailing Address + Name
 4) No Purchase Necessary
 5) Giveaway has ENDED
 6) Winners Will Be Randomly Selected and Notified By Email
 7) Personal Information Will Only Be Used In Mailing Out the Prizes to the Winners

OFFICIAL BOOK BLURB: William Gold comes into the world as his family slides down the social ladder. His head filled with tales of chivalry, instead he is branded a thief, and must make do with being squire to his childhood friend Sir Robert, a knight determined to make a name for himself as a man at arms in France. While William himself slowly acquires the skills of knightly combat, he remains an outsider - until the Battle of Poitiers when Sir Robert is cut down by the greatest knight of the age, Sir Geoffry de Charny, and William, his lowly squire, revenges him.

But with his own knight dead, no honour acrrues to William for this feat of arms, and he is forced to become a mercenary. Scavenging a mis-matched set of armour from the knightly corpses, he joins one of the mercenary companies now set to pillage a defenceless France, and so begins a bloody career that sees William joining forces with the infamous Sir John Hawkwood and immersing himself in a treacherous clandestine war among the Italian city states. But paradoxically it is there, among the spies, assassins and hired killers serving their ruthless masters, that William finally discovers the true meaning of chivalry - and his destiny as a knight.

2 comments:

David said...

UK only? Dammit!

Tyson Mauermann said...

Looks like an interesting novel, looking forward to the review.

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