The jealousy and desire Arthur inspires among his followers threaten to defeat him as surely as his military setbacks in this third novel in Wilson's series about Britain in the Dark Ages, narrated by the High King's conflicted lieutenant, the berserker Bedwyr. Despite losing a quarter of his troops, Arthur knows his success depends on fighting the just war . . . in the brutal sense of the word in those days: no indiscriminate slaughtering of women and children, only those who take up arms, though starving them out by burning crops and killing livestock is acceptable.
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