A spin off of a previous thread, Tony is much to bashful to actually ask this in a new topic, so I will start it.
Johnny Reb, Loved the fact I could follow the route also true of my second choice, also enjoyed the battles along with the personal destruction that is all to common in civil wars where normal life try’s to compete for space with the battlefield.
Devil’s Horseman, To me this is where Tony’s apprenticeship stops and the writing style becomes his own rather than an attempt to mimic Sadler, not to take away from the original creator of the character, but to add depth and a broad knowledge of history, along with an evolving style that brings freshness to he series.
Sword of the Brotherhood, Had to get the maps out for this one, though I am aware of the geography, still today that region confuses me, loved the twist at the end that will have given Casca a sense of satisfaction for the Millennia that has followed.
Anzac was the most action packed story I’ve ever read in my opinion. Johnny Reb and The Minuteman were dealing with American History so I naturally took to them right off. I must be honest with you though (as always) and confess that there are half a dozen Sadler books I never got around to buying. I will though.
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