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Reviewed by Author Anna del C. Dye for Readers' Favorite
Freedom’s Long March by Paul F. Murray is a great read, full of adventure and high fantasy. Paul presents a good tale, one that will keep you interested all the way to the last page. I found the tale a good story that is worth your time. Paul F. Murray has created a nice work in this fantasy story.
Etibert is the tribe blacksmith. He is hard at work trying to make better swords to use in battle against the Romans who want to overpower his tribe. He is also in love with Batavia, the oldest daughter of the chieftain of the Tencteri tribe. Hulgar is a big brute of a man and is set to become the next chieftain when Cuthric dies. He has also appointed himself the future husband of Batavia.
Cuthric likes Etibert so he, along with his daughter, decide to put him to the test to see if he really has the talents required for the next chieftain of the tribe. However, soon one of their tribesmen kills a Roman and the Romans come to seek revenge against the entire tribe. Hulgar decides to go hunting just before the battle starts and when he returns the battle has come to an end. The Roman leader knows his name and puts Hulgar in charge of the tribe that survived the slaughter. How interesting...
The story is quite entertaining. It will be a good fit for those who like high fantasy and adventure. It is suitable for older young adults and adults alike.