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on Oct. 02, 2011 :
Breaking an Empire, the prequal to Tallett's debut novel, Tarranau, may be a novella, but don't let its size fool you. A page-turner that will grip you from beginning to end, it tells a story of friendship, of hope, determination, grief and deceit.
The battle sequences are so vivid and stunningly executed, you'll find your heart thumping as you fight alongside the soldiers.
Tallett's writing is descriptive and, at times, almost poetic. The movements of the men on the battle field are both eloquent and gruesome, and the story he tells will touch your soul.
Simply put, Breaking an Empire will leave you ready to dive farther into this world.
(reviewed the day of purchase)