- Artist: Alex C. Telander
- Length: 29:42 minutes (8 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
Welcome to Episode 5 of BookBanter and this month’s episode features my interview with bestselling historical fiction author Bernard Cornwell. Some of his books include the successful Sharpe series, the Grail Quest series, and the Saxon Chronicles series. His latest book, Agincourt, centers on the monumental battle of the Hundred Years War where the British miraculously beat the French against unbeatable odds. Our hero is Nicholas Hook, a skilled archer, who at times just manages to scrape through with his life.
The episode begins with my review of Agincourt, followed by the interview with Bernard Cornwell. This is followed by my reviews for: Contagious by Scott Sigler, The Black Mirror and Other Stories: An Anthology of Science Fiction From Germany and Austria edited by Franz Rottensteiner, I Saw You . . . Comics Inspired by Real-Life Missed Connections edited by Julia Wertz, The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer and translated by Burton Raffel, The Thing About Life is That One Day You’ll be Dead by David Shields, and The Somnambulist by Jonathan Barnes.
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Thanks for listening to BookBanter and see you April 15th for Episode 6 with Amber Benson.
Alex C. Telander.