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Clash of Iron Audiobook

Clash of Iron

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Publisher's Summary

Leaders are forged in the fires of war. Iron Age warriors Dug and Lowa captured Maidun castle and freed its slaves. But now they have conquered it, they must defend it.

A Roman invasion is coming from Gaul, but rather than uniting to protect their home, the British tribes battle each other - and see Maidun as an easy target.

Meanwhile Lowa's spies infiltrate Gaul, discovering the Romans have recruited bloodthirsty British druids, and Maidunite Ragnall finds his loyalties torn when he meets Rome's charismatic general, Julius Caesar.

War is coming. Who will pay its price?

©2015 Angus Watson (P)2015 Hachette Audio

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    Trish 16/08/2015
    Trish 16/08/2015 Member Since 2014
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    "So Entertaining"

    I absolutely enjoyed this book and the next one from the first word to the last. There was not one single wasted character or word in it. It is funny, the characters are just awesome and the villains are either interesting or likable in their own psychopathic way. I found myself laughing out loud sometimes, and I just love Spring. She's the best character I've read about among a list of goodies lately! Awesome book. Magic, humour, super entertaining story. Get it. You won't regret it. I have the second one too and I'm hanging for the third. The narrator is fantastic too, I love how he does Spring's voice and Jumanka (sp?). Hillarious and authentic!

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
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  • Kindle Customer
    16/04/15
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    "Perfect blend of historical fiction and fantasy"

    I have been waiting for book two to come out on Audible because I really enjoyed book one- this book did not disappoint. The same narrator, Sean Barrett, who is such a perfect fit for this setting! I've listened to other narrative books he has done and he is becoming a favorite! There is more magic In book two and carries on with the same core characters. The author adds that the battles and Roman characters appear to be accurate according to Roman history. Gives it a fun imaginative twist to epic fantasy. I Look forward to the audible release of book three!

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Joesph
    Raleigh, NC, United States
    15/04/15
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    "Awesome Read"

    I just couldn't stop listening to the series, he is definitely becoming one of my favorite authors.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Douglas D. Small
    26/05/15
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    "Great book"

    Great story, great characters, great performance. This is a truly great trilogy. Characters are interesting and varied. Great historical storyline. Awesome performance.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Katie
    Lolo, MT, United States
    27/04/15
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    "Great Big Badger's Balls!"

    I just love Dug's badger expletives!

    This second installment of Angus Watson's Age of Iron trilogy picks up shortly where the first, "Age of Iron," left off. Our heroes' (and anti-heroes') lives have undergone quite a change in fortune from when we first met them at the beginning of "Age of Iron," yet danger and conflict loom as Caesar and his unbeatable Roman army get nearer and nearer, while the tribes of Britain and Eriu scheme, plot and battle among themselves to conquer Lowa's Maidun. Lowa, Dug and Spring endeavor to unite the tribes of Britain and train Maidun's warriors for coordinated battle plans to prepare for Rome's invasion, while Atlas, Carden and Chamanca do their best to hamper Caesar's advance on the continent, and Ragnol finds himself traveling with Caesar and sometimes acting as Caesar's envoy (which lands him in some precarious situations in encounters with fascinating rulers).

    The further development of the characters of Atlas, Carden, and especially the blood thirsty (literally) Chamanca, is very well done, taking characters that where minor antagonists (though formidable foes) in the first novel and making them primary characters and excellent assets for Lowa.

    Watson has taken the blank slate that is the history of the Iron Age in Britain, and invented a most interesting history to fill in that blank. Epic battles, magic at the right moments, very interesting characters, some surprise creatures, and women who are decidedly NOT wimps...



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  • S. Binley
    12/08/15
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    "Fantastic brilliant."

    As with the first book this is an amazing book the characters and humour are great Angus Watson is a creative genius.
    Sean Barrett realy brings everything you would want to the characters.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful
  • Christine
    Coromandel Valley, Australia
    5/08/15
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    "Too much cruel gore"

    I loved book one, it was so light-hearted and funny. However, I couldn't stomach all the cruelty and gore of this sequel. Most people seem to disagree with me judging by the reviews, so I just thought I'd warn those who don't like torture and violence...

    6 of 7 people found this review helpful
  • Zoe
    Stourbridge
    25/07/15
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    "Great sequel"

    An excellent follow-up to the engaging first book. The characters that you loved (and hated ) are back but this book is far more martial in nature. There are some new players on the scene including the one and only Julius Caesar. The story is full of action , much of it quite gruesome. Great fun but with a powerful ending.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • eugene sainsbury
    20/07/15
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    "Great narrator"

    Good story, bit gruesome in places, but humour lightens the moody. The narrator does a good job at bring the characters to life.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • Graham
    Hatton of Fintray, United Kingdom
    18/05/15
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    "Just Brill"

    absolutely loved it. characterisation is just fantastic. So refreshing to hear some Scottish and other British accents. as the author states based loosely on real events with a huge chunk of imagination and story telling!

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • richard
    18/05/15
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    "Just so good"

    For me a perfect blend of Joe Abercrombie, Bernard Cornwall and a smidgen of Patrick Rothfuss. Second book as good as or better than first.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • Pat
    FARNBOROUGH, United Kingdom
    14/09/15
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    "Superb!"

    I loved this second book, Sean Barrett's narration is faultless and the storyline was brilliant. Just the right combination of drama and humour.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Mike
    Leamington Spa
    23/06/15
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    "This feels like a part II"
    Where does Clash of Iron rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

    Its a good read, not a great one. I was disappointed and at times it felt like a chore to get thorough. For me the hero of this book is Chamuka, and the most interesting character is Spring, though she is less prominent in this novel. I appreciate the joke when Raglan visits a certain Amorican village and meets the chief,his two top warriors and his druid, but t doesn't really sit right in the the scheme of things. A lot of the freshness, humour and wit of the first book is missing in this on. It feels more forced.


    If you’ve listened to books by Angus Watson before, how does this one compare?

    Not as much fun


    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Mr. J. Ambler
    UK
    1/06/15
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    "Another quality tale of pre-Roman adventure"

    First, the narrator on this is to be highly praised. Turns out it's not just kids who love it when people 'do the voices'.
    The book is a fun adventure story where the writer mixes fact with (intelligent) guess work to create compelling characters that you care about. before listening I was concerned the story would lose momentum, but I had nothing to be worried about!

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • D Wade
    17/05/15
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    "Epic battles- never boring"

    A compelling sequel. Really enjoyed the journey through Gaul. Laugh out loud moments couple with cringe worthy moments. Looking forward to book three.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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