Content Rating: All Ages
An Engineer finds himself in an Alternate reality, Cornwall, in the year 715 A.D. He awakens in the body of a young Baron.
James Fletcher, now the Count of Cornwall is facing new adversaries in the Franks. They try to assassinate him and his family precipitating a full out war.
In the meantime, advancements are made in steam engines, cannons, ships, and electricity.
Continue you on with this wild ride through the eighth century.
Reviewed it on November 21, 2023Read the book in one day. Thank you!
Reviewed it on November 17, 2023great story
A continuation of the story.
Reviewed it on November 16, 2023Ed, I have enjoyed all your books. I have a lot of English and Cornish ancestors so it is nice to see you writing about both areas. When writing it is hard to find every typo and grammar error so they don't bother me. Looking forward to book 5.
well developed story
Reviewed it on November 9, 2023very good
Very well done.
Reviewed it on November 8, 2023an interesting take on early European growth
Reviewed it on November 8, 2023Continues to be an enjoyable series.
Pure genius Ed!
Reviewed it on November 5, 2023Good job, Mr. Nelson. You continue to impress me with the quality of your work, and I am always hooked on the next one. Having read all of your works, I enjoyed this one, particularly to the plot development of the now Earl of Cornwall. I find it humorous that you include a likable female like Cathy in each of your series, and I hope to follow this side story in the future, maybe a short story about her adventures with her siblings. Anyway, thanks again for an afternoon of good fun and entertainment please continue writing not just for us but for yourself I do hope you find as much excitement as I do when imagining your many varied worlds and characters.
Reviewed it on November 5, 2023Great read needs to be longer
Logical introductions to improvements
Reviewed it on November 21, 2023Smoother transition to next phases and few if any typos. Looks like attention to correct words has been paid. It makes it much easier to read and to enjoy the story line. Previous books had a few places where a wrong word choice broke the story line, with questions on what word was intended. Spell check does not always correctly insert the word that matches the plot line. Great improvement!
Reviewed it on November 8, 2023Good story
Reviewed it on November 7, 2023Story is solid, better than the last part. Could use a bit of work on the typos, proper quotes, and paragraphing, but nothing one could not fix.
Reviewed it on November 5, 2023This book is a semi-quiet interlude, hopefully, between more active books. The character development in this book is what makes it most interesting.