ASH: A Secret History

by Mary Gentle

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For the beautiful young woman Ash, life has always been arquebuses and artillery, swords and armour and the true horrors of hand-to-hand combat. War is her job. She has fought her way to the command of a mercenary company, and on her unlikely shoulders lies the destiny of a Europe threatened by the depredations of an Infidel army more terrible than any nightmare.


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Anonymous | 2016-01-19 02:26:04
Read this and I was very impressed with the story as well as its structure. The commentaries and the letters actually contribute significantly and meaningfully to the story and is not simply a gimmick (even though it may appear to be a gimmick at the earlier parts). This is a great long military (low magic, if it can be referred to as that without spoiling the plot) novel. Thoroughly enjoyed it.
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