Beowulf is Back

Beowulf is back, but for how long? Already on the run, he is drawn into multitude of conspiracies surrounding the French Succession. Pursued by assassins, trolls and a mysterious stranger, Beowulf is drawn into a high stakes game of 'which Louis should be king?' Look out for ambush, intrigue, fast donkey carts, fried chicken, philosophy and true love! Making the dark ages even darker! More
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About Will Shand

Will Shand was born sometime in the last century and has pottered around doing a number of jobs since that happy event. Most of these have been in some way connected with education. Having written such classics as 'A Pay Structure for Teaching Assistants' and 'Attendance Policy Update' he decided to try and write something more fun; and so he wrote, 'Not Quite Beowulf' a novel that set out to explore some of the political and ethical philosophy underlying the old tale, but really was just a bit of an excuse for a rather twisted adventure story.
He enjoyed this so much that he immediately started a sequel that promises to be every bit as foolish as the first book.
When not writing or working (surely writing isn’t working?) he likes to run, read and watch films.
He is lucky enough to have a terrific family and live in Worthing, which as all men know is the true earthly paradise.

About the Series: The Not Quite Histories of Beowulf
The improbable adventures of the philosophically gifted, vertically challenged hero, his friend and their (formerly Royal) dog. Is he a monster or a monster slayer? Man or superman? Beowulf explores the greyest areas of the moral spectrum, poking his horned helmet, where it is least wanted - in the underbelly of a strangely evolving, historically inaccurate Medieval Europe. From the Biggest Beer Hall Ever Built, through the frenzy of the French Succession, to the mysterious unravelling of fate in the East; the series that keeps the Dark Ages dark!

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