The King's Cavalry (Forgotten Emperor Book 4)
'A thrilling story which weaves together both history and legend.' - Richard Foreman.
King Arthur, Britain's triumphant ruler, is turning his cavalry into the finest war horses the world has ever known.
Though he is a pagan at heart, he has embraced the new Christian religion in the hope of uniting his country under one faith and one cause.
Yet, when he receives a summons from Constantine, the Emperor of Rome, he is worried that the traditional Gods have abandoned him for publicly announcing his Christian beliefs.
The Emperor appears to want peace.
But Arthur killed Constantine’s father -- and he is wary that this summons might be his own death warrant.
With Constantine growing ever more threatening, Arthur’s time is running out.
And the two mighty warriors must face each other head to head to determine who has undisputed mastery of land...
'The King’s Cavalry' is the thrilling follow up to Paul Bannister’s best-selling Forgotten Emperor series, following the British ruler as he attempts to lay siege on Rome. It is perfect for fans of fans of Conn Iggulden, Ben Kane and Simon Scarrow.
Praise for Paul Bannister
'A thrilling story which weaves together both history and legend.' - Richard Foreman, best-selling author of the Swords of Rome series.
'A fantastic insight into Roman life.' - Tom Kasey, best-selling author of The Dante Conspiracy.
Paul Bannister is a journalist and author. His other books in the Forgotten Emperor series are Arthur Britannicus, Arthur Imperator and Arthur Invictus.
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