S a m B a r o n e
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Name: John Froyland
Sent: 05/31/2016 07:00:29 am
I have just finished reading your book "Quest for Honour" and I found it to be one of, if not the best book of its type I have ever read.
I can't wate to get others you have written. Unfortunately from looking at your web site, it looks like I haven't started at the first one. Never mind.
Thank you and good luck
City: Elk Grove
Country: United States
Sent: 05/22/2016 01:36:23 pm
Love the books keep them comming. These make great rereads just finished my third go around and
can't get enough need more.
Name: Trevor Kilshaw
City: CAPE TOWN
State/Province: WESTERN PROVINCE
Country: REPUBLIC of SOUTH AFRICA
Sent: 04/25/2016 12:50:57 pm
I loved the whole Esskar collection, I have the complete set, and have re-read them many times.
Could you please do something similar with the (Vikings, Saxons, Choson, Berbers, Picts, Romans, Normans etc),
The whole saga of someone starting from nothing is really intriguing, and i am sure there is a lot of stories that can be told.
Name: old time lawman
State/Province: New York
Sent: 04/24/2016 05:15:18 am
Having truly enjoyed read each of of the Eskkar books several times I find myself fantasizing that some enterprising producer will get the bright idea to bring Eskkar and Trella to the screen much like HBOs Game of thrones or History channels Vikings .
Name: russ hageman
Sent: 04/17/2016 12:42:02 am
I have been left hanging for a while now since finishing 'Jettisoned'. Is the follow up coming soon? Sounded like an exciting alien encounter is in the works.
You did a very nice job with this book, but I am in dire need of the next part of the story.. these are my bedtime books that I like to relax with at the end of the day. great work.
Name: Roger Mark
Country: United Kingdom
Sent: 04/01/2016 07:36:43 pm
First of all,I love your books,have every one.One question,sorry forget exactly what book,it concerns when Eskkar is being hunted in the mountains,he comes across a glowing hand set into the rocks,just wondering what this represents ? Thanks.
Name: Jon Loar Fiskvik
Sent: 03/15/2016 08:04:46 am
Have read 4 of Eskkar books 2 years ago and just bought no 5 and 6 from Amazon. They are difficult to put down so you are to blame for me turning up tiered at work! I hope you have plans to continue this series as historical novel are top of my list ( of about 14000 E-books on my PC).
Name: Mike B
State/Province: West Sussex
Sent: 02/24/2016 11:35:02 am
I really enjoy the Empire trilogy. I have read them at least four times now. This is a very interesting point in history to use. Many thanks for your hard work.
Country: United Kingdom
Sent: 02/15/2016 12:37:32 pm
Why can't we get Empire rising on kindle in the UK?
Sent: 01/21/2016 02:42:21 pm
Hi Sam. I would like to know if you have any more historical fiction in the works or even in your plans? The Eskkar saga was absolutely amazing and you have such a gift for penning those types of novels. I want nothing more than to read more of your historical fiction work. Have a good day. Peace.