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Rome's protection has been withdrawn. Britain's underbelly is exposed. The Dark Ages have begun... Ranulf, the Saxon, is a callous raider. Griff, the Briton, a heartless profiteer. Both are driven by a lust for gold.     Their business was slaves; in particular, slave children who command a high price in Hibernia.     But Osgar has raided too deeply into the west; has ta Rome's protection has been withdrawn. Britain's underbelly is exposed. The Dark Ages have begun... Ranulf, the Saxon, is a callous raider. Griff, the Briton, a heartless profiteer. Both are driven by a lust for gold.     Their business was slaves; in particular, slave children who command a high price in Hibernia.     But Osgar has raided too deeply into the west; has taken children precious beyond mere gold. Worse still, he has taken from Arthur's people, and Arthur does not tolerate thieves.     Arthur turns to the one man in Britannia with the guile to follow the intricate slave trail—he turns to Dominic, and so sets him upon an incredible journey through the dark, unforgiving lands of Britannia and Hibernia.


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Rome's protection has been withdrawn. Britain's underbelly is exposed. The Dark Ages have begun... Ranulf, the Saxon, is a callous raider. Griff, the Briton, a heartless profiteer. Both are driven by a lust for gold.     Their business was slaves; in particular, slave children who command a high price in Hibernia.     But Osgar has raided too deeply into the west; has ta Rome's protection has been withdrawn. Britain's underbelly is exposed. The Dark Ages have begun... Ranulf, the Saxon, is a callous raider. Griff, the Briton, a heartless profiteer. Both are driven by a lust for gold.     Their business was slaves; in particular, slave children who command a high price in Hibernia.     But Osgar has raided too deeply into the west; has taken children precious beyond mere gold. Worse still, he has taken from Arthur's people, and Arthur does not tolerate thieves.     Arthur turns to the one man in Britannia with the guile to follow the intricate slave trail—he turns to Dominic, and so sets him upon an incredible journey through the dark, unforgiving lands of Britannia and Hibernia.

35 review for Dominic's Quest (Historical Fiction Action Adventure, set in Dark Age post Roman Britain) (The Dominic Chronicles Book 2)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Larry

    Another good book by Mr Atkinson. These books are a different way to look at the saga of King Arthur and his court as told thru the eyes of Dominic his chief scout. There is a lot of barbarism and violence, but it is well written.

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