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Cornwell's writing skills have continued to evolve since his journeyman Sharpe series, and Enemy of God combines intriguing descriptions of Druidical magic with the war-ravaged landscape of Dark Ages Britain, without holding back on the brutality of vengeance and war. The Matter of Britain always commands interest, and Cornwell invests the usual splendor and tragedy with the human squalor of the times. --Blaise Selby --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Part two of the trilogy set in the early dark ages. The book is a war book that gets strength from the setting. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Murray
One of the best series Cornwell wrote. I bought the hardcover after wearing out my paperback. Read all three and reserve a spot on your best bookshelf.Published 9 months ago by Trenton Farewell
I immensely enjoyed book I of the Warlord Chronicles, and eagerly rushed to my local book store to pick up "Enemy of God" once I had finished it. Read morePublished on Sept. 4 2011 by Matt Sanderson
As an English teacher, I am always on the hunt for novels that will interest the young men in my classes. Read morePublished on May 21 2009 by Lesley A. Bird
Great climax, great story, amazing characters. This is better then the first. There are still the long drawn out sometimes boring battles but there is more meat to this book then... Read morePublished on Feb. 11 2009 by Reads bookman
This book is Cornwell at the top of his form and that should be enough for anyone to rush to buy it. Read morePublished on July 28 2001 by Tim Huffman
This is a well-written political thriller set in fourth-century Britain, not the Arthurian legend that everyone's familiar with. Read morePublished on Feb. 7 2001 by "otto_von_blotto"
Enemy of God is the second book of three. The Winter King was the first book in the series. Everything I wrote in my review of The Winter King continues to apply here. Read morePublished on Sept. 14 2000 by AntiochAndy
This serise makes you feel like you are right there with Derfel. I mean you knew how it ended, but it was still very good. Read morePublished on Aug. 26 2000 by A read from SC