Swords of Arabia

Swords of Arabia The Year Is 1904 The Ottoman Empire Is Crumbling The Alliances Of The Desert Sheikhdoms Of Arabia Are Fracturing As Brutal Battles For Power Are Fought Out Preventing The Tribes From Uniting Against Either The Powerful British Empire Or The Rising Power Of The Al Saud The Arabian Royal Family Fouad, The Hawk Of Narash, Is A Fierce Warlord Fighting A Blood Feud Against The Mighty Al Saud As He Prepares To Reclaim His Stolen Kingdom From His Treacherous Half Brother But One Early Morning, When Fouad Ruthlessly Attacks A Desert Camp, He Meets His Match Zahirah, A Striking Young Bedouin Woman, Who Vows To Avenge The Deaths Of Her Loved Ones Yet Both The Enigmatic Fouad And The Resilient Zahirah Are Unaware That Their Fates Are Intricately Woven Together As A Mesmerising Tale Of War, Passion And Revenge Unfolds Will Fouad Emerge Victorious In The Violent Battle Between The Swords Of Arabia Or Will The Forces Of The Al Saud Or Foreign Domination Prove Too Strong Swords Of Arabia Warlord Is The First In An Historical Adventure Series Chronicling The Birth Of Modern Arabia, And The Increasing Power Of The Middle East It Is Perfect For Fans Of Bernard Cornwell And Conn Iggulden A Thrilling Adventure Paul Bannister, Author Of Arthur Britannicus Anthony Litton Lives And Writes In Suffolk As Well As Writing Novels He Writes And Direct Plays, Predominantly In The Murder Mystery Or Comedy Genres Endeavour Press Is The UK S Leading Independent Publisher Of Digital Books. Bit convolutedA lot of the storey is told through the wife mother of the Warlord and as such has a feminine slant with the resulting emphasis on the relationships and that combined with the politics of this area sort of pads out lots of storey Pages and pages are dedicated to who is plotting and scheming against who It s ok to write a book in this manner but linking it to swords and warlords gives in my opinion the wrong impression There are some battles and swords and dying and blood but a l Bit convolutedA lot of the storey is told through the wife mother of the Warlord and as such has a feminine slant with the resulting emphasis on the relationships and that combined with the politics of this area sort of pads out lots of storey Pages and pages are dedicated to who is plotting and scheming against who It