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Sunrise Lands--Review Online

Scourge of God Stirling BookThe Scourge of God: A Novel of the Change (Change Series) --S.M. Stirling's sequel to The Sunrise Lands, chronicling the further adventures of Rudi Artos MacKenzie as he continues his quest with his Fellowship of the Sword. Anyone who likes Stirling's books, or enjoys alternate history will enjoy this book. Read the Full Review Online. Scourge of God is the second book in Stirling's History Guy loved reading this book and gives The Scourge of God a grade of five swords. To buy this book, click here.

 

 

The Sword of the Lady: A Novel of the Change (Change Series)--S.M.Stirling's third book in the saga of Rudi Artos MacKenzie's quest for the Sword of the Lady. To buy this book, click here.

 

 

 

The Harper Encyclopedia of Military History: From 3500 B.C. to the Present--By R. Ernest Dupuy and Trevor N. Dupuy. Anyone who enjoys military history will love this authoritative volume. The History Guy makes extensive use of this book to create web pages on military history. The book is very well organized and has an extensive set of indexes which make finding a particular war or conflict very simple. The History Guy give this book the maximum number of swords (five) for excellence! To buy this book, click here.

 

 

Dictionary of Wars, by George Kohn is a great resource for anyone wanting information on individual wars from the beginning of recorded history through the end of the 20th century. This is a major resource for the History Guy when he goes about creating web pages on wars and military history. This book gets four swords as a handy resource. I wish this book was as complete as the Dupuy Brothers' Encyclopedia of Military History, which Kohn himself used as a resource. However, The Dictionary of Wars details more recent wars than other similar books and is very easy to use when looking up wars by name or by the nation involved. To buy this book, click here.

 

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