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The Iron Way

The Iron Way

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by Leach, Tim | Fiction & related items
Published 13/04/2023 by Bloomsbury Publishing PLC (Head of Zeus -- an Aries Book) in the United Kingdom as part of The Sarmatian Trilogy series
Paperback | 320 pages
198 x 128 x 19mm | 224g


A gripping historical adventure set in the second century AD and based on legends of King Arthur, The Iron Way is the second in Tim Leach's breathtaking Sarmatian Trilogy.

AD 175, Vindolanda, Britannia. After their cavalry was broken by the legions on the frozen waters of the Danube, Sarmatian warrior Kai bought his peoples' lives with a pledge to serve Rome. Bound to the will of the Emperor, the Sarmatians are ready to fight and eager to die - death in battle is the only escape from the dishonour of their defeat.

Exiled from their home lands, they are ordered to take the Iron Way to the far north and the very edge of the Empire. Here, a great wall of stone cuts across the land as straight as the stroke of a sword. On one side, Rome's dominion; on the other, mist and rumours - stories of men closer to giants, of warriors who fight without fear or restraint.

For a people who knew no borders, who were promised war, garrison duty is cruel punishment. But as insurrection stirs on both sides of the wall, Kai will discover that every barrier has its weaknesses - and he will have his chance to fight, perhaps to die.

Reviewers on the Sarmatian Trilogy and Tim Leach: 'Roman military adventure at its best. Ranks with the best historical fiction available today.' Simon Turney 'A great story from a fascinating period... masterfully written with beautiful language.' Historical Novel Society 'The characters feel rounded and real, and the Sarmatians' attempts to keep their world alive and evade the tyrannous reach of Rome are heartbreaking.' The Times 'Tim Leach writes beautifully.' For Winter Nights 'Recommended.' Historical Novel Society 'Magnificent' Historia 'A poetic, absorbing narrative.' Sunday Times

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