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Enemy of God O Rei Guerreiro Trouxe Paz S Ilhas Mas Por Quanto Mais Tempo Ap S Uma Vit Ria Gloriosa No Campo De Batalha, Artur Parece Ter Conquistado A Uni O Das Ilhas Brit Nicas Agora Ter De Enfrentar As Hordas Invasoras Dos Sax Es, Enquanto Merlim Inicia Uma Demanda Para Descobrir Os Tesouros M Gicos Da Bretanha, Na Cren A De Que Os Poderes Dos Velhos Deuses Ir O Interceder A Favor De Artur Na Batalha Decisiva Mas Artur Esquece Se Que Os Deuses Amam O Caos E Cedo A Fr Gil Paz Desmorona No Momento Em Que Velhas Rivalidades Irrompem E Amea Am Destruir Todas As Suas Conquistas E No Pior Momento, Os Mais Pr Ximos De Artur Preparam Se Para A Trai O Neste Segundo Volume Da Trilogia Dos Senhores Da Guerra, Bernard Cornwell D Nova Vida Lenda Arturiana, Combinando Factos Hist Ricos, Batalhas Intensas E O Velho Mundo M Gico De Merlim.


10 thoughts on “Enemy of God

  1. says:

    4.5 5 StarsEnemy of God, the second book in The Warlord Chronicles trilogy by Bernard Cornwell, and the series so far, has truly been serendipity for me.As I mentioned in my previous review, I ve never bothered to start Cornwell s work, it brings me joy when someone, a friend even better again when it s from one of your favorite authors recommended a book series to you and you loved it That s truly how I feel about the trilogy so far, Cornwell again compelled me with his original and haunting retelling of an Arthurian saga full of heroism and tragedy.The now monk and Christian, Derfel Cadarn continues telling his tale to Igraine, his current Queen about his time as a Pagan, a time when he was called Lord Derfel Cadarn, Derfel the Mighty, Champion of Dumnonia and the beloved friend of Arthur Derfel s tale in Enemy of God begins in the year 495 AD, 15 years after the beginning of his tale in The Winter King and continues immediately from the aftermath of the last battle in the previous book Most of the plot in the book focused on Merlin s hunt for the Cauldron of Clyddno Eiddyn or in modern names, the Holy Grail , driving back the Saxon, Camelot Art...


  2. says:

    Book 1 3 Book 2 3.5 sThis darker and less romanticized view of Camelot picked up speed in book two I ve grown to enjoy and this version of the characters and especially the view of Lancelot and Guinevere who definitely don t come out smelling like roses.The clash between the Britons and the Saxons also escalates as does the pagans vs the Christians which in some ways the story starts to...


  3. says:

    Bernard Cornwell does not disappoint and once again I enjoyed his book immensely The way he connects myth and fiction in this book is astonishing I applaud his singular storytelling skills and I cannot wait for next and unfortunately final book in this series


  4. says:

    8 10A slight improvement on the previous novel but definitely a feel of a second book in a trilogy I enjoyed the first book but it took some time to get into and there were a hell of a lot of names to take on board only for the majority of them to die or no longer be involved after 50 pages This one was a little slow at the start and it took me a while to get back into the flow of the style and era but when things got going then the pages flew by.Derfel and Arthur are two very well rounded characters, add into that some of the side characters if you can call Merlin a side character the ensemble make for a great read Lancelot is a dick but to stir those emotions means he s written well Other than the slow start one thing that lowered the overall rating was the weak ending It s a bridge from this novel to the next but the climax sort of felt like a wet fart No point in jumping the gun as there is one novel to go so let s hope for a great finale and move past how it ended.Overall a ...


  5. says:

    Back 2 back with a series which Ive not done in eons We pick up directly from the end of the prior book, the aftermath of the battle of Lugg Vale Derfel is again front centre retelling his story as an old monk Merlin is at the centre of the politics, others think they control the kingdom but in reality it is the druid his accolade Nimue that pull the strings in the background it s a grand characterisation of the mystical pair.We start with an adventure, as is oft the way with second books in fantasy trilogies not that I would say this series is a fantasy style trilogy for the record I have found, which involves the central character Derfel Merlin, along with others where the recovery of the ancient artefacts of the gods are front centre of the story of course there s a few band guys in the way No fear, Arthur is also involved as are the rest of ...


  6. says:

    Review in Portuguese from Desbravando Livros Uma obra prima da literatura estrangeira Um dos melhores livros j lidos na minha vida Uma obra sem compara o Esse o nico jeito poss vel de come ar a resenhar esse livro magn fico de Bernard Cornwell Com uma narrativa absurdamente leal aos fatos descobertos pelo autor, somos transportados novamente para a Brit nia de antigamente, onde seus habitantes tentam defender suas terras dos invasores sax es.Dessa vez, al m dos problem ticos sax es, nosso protagonista tamb m ter que lidar, junto a Artur, com o r pido crescimento do cristianismo na Brit nia Esses crist os, al m de serem fervorosos, procuram acabar com a magia dos antigos deuses que sempre estiveram presentes nas ora es dos habitantes dessa terra Para que isso n o aconte a, Merlin empreende uma busca por um caldeir o m gico que tem tudo para dar errado, pois o territ rio a ser desbravado controlado por inimigos sedentos por sangue Voc um idiota, Derfel Mas um idiota bom em usar uma espada, e por isso que preciso de voc se formos andar pela Estrada Escura Ele se levantou Agora a escolha sua Merlin Fiquei im vel quando acordei N o houvera sonho, mas eu sabia o que queria Queria pegar o osso e parti lo em dois, e se esse gesto significasse andar ...


  7. says:

    So,an escape from formal literary pursuits.Cornwell is a consummate storyteller.He distills history,religion,myth,legend,magic and fable.This predates Game of Thrones but is a marvellous re imagining of the Arthurian legends.This is a story of Britain with religious persecution and invasion and immigration and clashes of Kings and clans.A version of the Arthurian saga was filmed in Ireland in or about 1980 by John Boorman.Two of my classmates had small parts so from then the legends always interested me.The movie was called Excalibur and while modern technology and special eff...


  8. says:

    Number two in the Warlord series.This is the warts and all story of Arthur, Guinevere, Sir Lancelot and the rest of the round table knights.There is nothing cosy and romantic about this tale Lancelot is a narcissistic pig Guinevere has delusions of grandeur and Arthur wants nothing than to be a farmer.The usual suspects, greed, power, sex, revenge and religion, keep getting in the way of Arthur s aspirations of becoming a farmer.The game s afoot so unleash the dogs of war And nobody does this better than Arthur Bernard Cornwell never fails to entertain He takes a thread of known history and a...


  9. says:

    Enemy of God is a solid 4 stars, maybe even 5 stars I took a little away because I wanted Arthur to be a little cunning and realistic He comes across too na ve in areas where he should not be The portrayal of Christianity and how it spreads conflict is a major theme and isn t pretty But it is probably realistic While this Arthurian tale is not like any others, if you are looking for a Grail quest, you will find it here kind of This part of ...


  10. says:

    After reading this, I have decided I don t want to read the third book in the series because if I do, it will end But no seriously, I will read it but I won t be happy to finish it it s just one of those epic series that you come across every so often that is that good you don t want to read it because when you have you can never read it again for a first time.This novel is fantastic, the character development st...


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