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I was almost rude to them to be ignoring them in order to finish it. Since then I've read almost all the fiction you've written and enjoyed it. I even have copies of much of your work as audio books which I listen to when I am working. I am curious.. The one he snatched from around the neck of a Danish boy who tried to bully him while he worked on Ragnar the Fearless' boats? Through each book you mention this same amulet, and it seems to change composition.

I have made a Sim in Second life and named it The Last Kingdom and I am basing it loosely on the books, I say loosely as I do not want the arguments that this was not in the books like the Sims based on the Gor series by John Norman. I would like your approval to do this as I am taking your books onto the Virtual reality level, I play Uhtred and would like your permission, failing this I will rename and base it on 10th century Wessex but having read all the books and everything you have written, I have found you to be a great source of history in a period that is hard to define.

All the best to you and please, please lets hear more about Uhtred,. I shall have to visit Second Life!!! And see your sim, whatever that is! Sometimes I just catch details that intrigue me. When Aethelwold invites Uhtred to have a drink and see that he Aethelwold is four by six, is that a use of historical slang? Perhaps referring to the square corner 4x5x6? Or something else? I have two questions regarding your treatment of lawyers.

In almost every one of your books - all the series and stand-alones - you have a villain who is either clergy, a lawyer, or both. However, you often tend to balance out a clergy-villain with another character who is a "good" clergyman. So, my questions are:. I regard this as a challenge! I love the Saxon Stories, but would like to check something with you. According to Uhtred's wiki page never wrong!

This means at the battle of Brunaburh he will be eighty!! Surely this is a little old even for Uhtred no NHS remember. Firstly, thank you for your writing which enthralls me and brings me so much pleasure. I have just started to reread book 1 - The Last Kingdom, and noticed that it states that the year Uhtred's father was killed was and that Uhtred thinks his is 9 or 10 years old. So he would have been born in ? The Battle of Brunanburh was in so Uhtred would be 80 by that time.

My question is, will Uhtred really still be fighting? I have been reading your books for a good 20 years now and have loved each and everyone The warlord trilogy being my absolute favourites! I am enjoying following Uhtreds journey on both paper and film, particularly David Dawson's Alfred It fuels hope that maybe the Warlord chronicles will get a debut via the colossus that is Netflix A dead ringer for the Sharpe described in the books I envisage the Skull Gate as being the present main entrance to the castle, i. That, at least, is unchanged!

In response to one comment regarding Uhtred, you said, "I suspect the love of his life was Gisela, with Aethelflaed coming in a close second! I'm heartened to think "he still hasn't finished" because I'd really like to see Uhtred find another "true love. As far as I recall, Uhtred is still married to the lovely red-headed Eadith in book Is there any possibility she will become more prominent as a character? I'd like to think, considering Uhtred's age at this point in the story, that he wakes up one morning, takes a look at her, slaps his forehead and thinks, "Eadith really is the bee's knees!

I'm not crazy about him experiencing another loss in his life because it's all so sad, and I'd like to think he becomes wildly in love with another woman. I fear you must wait for the next book to find out! But Uhtred, I can reveal, is extraordinarily grateful for your suggestion that he becomes wildly in love with another woman.

About a year or so ago, I wrote to you regarding the representation of that most glorious county of Bedfordshire in your Last Kingdom novels. Now I must say, wonderful though your most recent book, War of the Wolf, was, I couldn't help but feel the lack of 'Bedanfordscir' was an oversight indeed! I trust Uhtred will at some point find himself back there one day?

Perhaps he might even pass through a little village called 'Weligtone' modern day Willington near Bedford?

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Just a suggestion, you understand! On a serious note, however, I must congratulate you for how brilliantly War of the Wolf turned out. It never ceases to amaze me that you can turn out such quality storytelling in such short spaces of time. Simply marvellous! Finally it occurred to me! I'm up to date on the Last Kingdom Series, and just finished watching the newly released third season of The Last Kingdom on Netflix, and it took until now for me to release what Uhtred is in the series.

Initially I thought he was just a device to allow the history to be told as a captivating human story, which of course he is, and it is, as are most key non-historical characters in great historical fiction. But I realized that the reason the character is so compelling and captivating, is that Uhtred the character is intended to be England itself.

He has a mixed background, because of course the England that emerges in the story is comprised and the results of contributions from the different peoples in the land. He is part of all the great battles depicted, both historical, and battles intended to stand in for a series of historical battles, because that's what England was forged through. England is forged by the good fortune of having two strong kings back to back fighting for the same vision, so of course that is Uhtred's path to serve those two kings.

He is both Christian and Pagan, as were the people of the land, and even the dominant Christianity that emerges subsumes key elements of the Paganism of the story. It is a fun thought — and yes, partly intentional. Where did this aspect of his character come from and is it factual? Also have read the date he died was recorded but not whether it was his illness or something else. How can this be. Alfred has two over-riding ambitions. The first is to make his kingdom a Christian realm. He was an extremely pious, as well as extremely intelligent, king. Uhtred knows this. Yes, he pushes his luck too often, but in the end he has an immense respect for Alfred.

But two came to me whilst watching the third series of The Last Kingdom. Oh, quickly I'll slip in that I loved War of the Wolf. Still astounds me how you manage to keep it so vibrant and fresh after so many books. And poor Uhtred is now getting on in years. Anyway, both of my questions were actually borne out of watching the third series of The Last Kingdom. I think I should write to you to personally thank you for writing the Last Kingdom series.

I, like countless others, was never a fan of historical fiction until this. You can never imagine how much fun it is for us to live through Uhtred and your imaginative, vivid stories and the exciting world in which you built. It truly enriches us in many ways. If I may be slightly dramatic, England should thank you as well. Why there is not much of an effort to uncover, learn and educate on the origins of England, I cannot understand. Surely there is nothing to be ashamed of or kept quiet about. Mmm let's leave it as that.

Maybe we should ask Alexander too! You should ask him if you have a chance! I know this is a highly inappropriate question that cannot be answered for obvious reasons, but still, millions of us do wonder. It's your fault haha, you are partly to blame. In the show, Alfred and Uhtred sat down and had a heart to heart talk in his chamber.

If only you had made a cameo entrance then! Instead of Aelswith walking in, imagine if Bernard Cornwell the creator walked in and continued the discussion! Sometimes these interactions are priceless. The TV series is growing from strength to strength, despite virtually no promotional activities. The production budget had obviously increased, just look at the quality of the show. This is turning into a monster. Did you foresee that it will come to this? We try to pick up your books whenever there is a new release. I think Mark Rowley does a wonderful job! Do I have favourites? I suspect the love of his life was Gisela, with Aethelflaed coming in a close second!

I've followed you for a quarter century through the exploits of Richard Sharpe, Thomas Hookton, Uhtred et al and your work is impressive. Do you have any thoughts on a follow up to "Fools and Mortals? It might happen? Is Uhtred handsome or ugly? Though there are many instances where characters signal that Uhtred is ugly.

For example, Mildrith wept at the first sight of Uhtred. Also a whore said she would not marry Uhtred the younger because he looks too much like his father. However, there are signs in the novel that Uhtred is handsome. Gisela said she was stricken by Uhtred at first sight.

Also, we know Uhtred is tall and formidable in his appearance. In all the novels written in the third person, the main characters such as Thomas, Sharpe, and Starbucks are all described as tall and handsome. Only in the first person novels like the Warlord Chronicles is it left ambigous. Women find him devastatingly attractive. Finished War of the Wolf and enjoyed it very much.

My question is regarding Uhtred's age and his capabilities, you responded to another question responding his capabilities that you didn't want the reader to notice him losing his capabilities. I was just wondering how strongly you believe this because as much as I love reading about Uhtred being involved in duels and as much as he loves a scrap there must be a cut off point where he can no longer be involved?

Have you thought about if you might have to phase him out of combat before this greybeards luck runs out?

I never stop thinking about it. I just finished War of the Wolf. I am slightly confused at the timeline. I know Edward the Elder historically dies in And you mention he fell from his horse toward the end of the book and is assumed to be on his death bed. Am I correct in assuming the book is set in ? You also mentioned the Saxon Stories will continue through Brunanburh. I can also assume Uhtred will live until then? Or are you going to continue with another character? Regardless, I am excited to see how it all ends.

I plan to end with Brunanburh, though God knows the poor man will be ancient by then. I would like to start this message to you by thanking you for the Uhtred series, it has got my brother and I through some very bad times and it truly is a work of art as history and fiction. Finan is now my favourite fictional character ever!

That says a lot as I am a keen reader. I know when a book gets made into a film the author usually has a big part to play and I know you are active within the works of the Last Kingdom series which is fantastic by the way. I know to make it work things need to be changed slightly or left out but I was left rather disappointed by the treatment Alfred received from Uhtred S3 E2, i wondered what your thoughts were on this? My thoughts were to sit back and enjoy the series! And I did. Would I have written a scene like that? Probably not, but it worked for me. Very big fan of the Saxon Stories starring Uhtred of Bebbanburg.

I just had a couple of questions to ask concerning the books that I hoped you might be able to answer. Firstly I'm curious as to what happened to Alfred's nephew, Ethelhelm, who was the brother of Ethelwold. Is there a sentence I must have missed saying he died or became a priest, because history records he was alive at the time of Alfred's will in the s. I can see why Ethelwold is the more major character though, since his life is better attested. I'd also like to ask would there be any exploration of the Gaels and Finan in later books. I fear probably not. I think that book or books would be better written by someone Irish.

Big fan of the saxon stories and reading previous questions submitted you mention that Uhtred will take part in the Battle of Brunanburh. How many stories do you predict will follow War of the Wolf up until that final battle? I have read every single one of your books and loved them all I am wondering if you have started the next instalment yet and if so when it will be out. Thank you for making history so easy to read. I love history and love your books sir. I suspect there will be three more books — one underway, two to come, the last being about Brunanburh.

I just finished War of the Wolf and loved it. I have two questions. First, this is a minor comment, but I missed hearing Uhtred say, "fate is inexorable" this volume. I would suggest think about bringing that back in future volumes if the fits the story, as to me that is one of the "glue" items that describes Uhtred's views on life. Secondly, will your be doing any book tours to California over the next year?

No plans for a trip to California right now - but my thoughts are with those affected by the devastating fires there. I have read most of your books, enjoyed them all, and at last I have started on the Starbucks Chronicles. About two-thirds through "Rebel" I found this wonderful sentence: "Fools usually need repetition to understand even the simplest of ideas. Would you reveal your inspiration for this character? I'd really like to know. I wish I knew! Characters like Thaddeus Bird tend to come out of nowhere - well, okay, from my imagination, but how that works I have no idea!

My son and I are both huge fans of The Last Kingdom series and we thank you for bringing them to us. I do however have a really really cheeky request. Would it be possible to integrate the word name Cyningesburh into an Uhtred story? I'm sure you know what it means. As you can see from our surname there's a ancestoral of connection for us. Although such a connection is lost to me the name lives on.

Why would you do this for us? Because it would make us so happy to know that our family name would be associated with Uhtred. It would become something for my family to pass on, connecting the past with the present and with the future. So yes, if I can and I probably will. And mother is right! As a carpenter in my 40's I'm finding tasks not as easy as the were say 20 year's ago. Uthred's getting on in years and I'm wondering have you based his capabilities on real life older Warriors? He still managed to lead the Prussians to Waterloo and victory two days later!

I have a quick question which I am genuinely curious about if you don't mind. I'm reading the war of the wolf which is brilliant and my Friday treat which I read with a beer and have realised that for the majority of the present and future books Uhtred is classed in the dark ages as an old man.

He states in the current book that his Norse nemesis was younger than he'd remembered, less than 40 and a man in his prime. It got me thinking, which of the books is Uhtred at him optimum prime? When he is at his peak as a leader and warrior? I'm guessing it's the Burning Land but might be wrong.

He is getting old, though not impossibly so, and though the average life expectancy was probably around 40 for a healthy man, there were some who defied the odds. After that he can die in peace! I know you must be asked this many times, but how far into history will you take Uhtred? Will it be death of Alfred in Athelstan becomes king of the English in or when England is united at Brunanburh. He would be about 60 by Brunanburh.

As you have told a little of his early history any chance of a stand alone book of his younger years in Ireland? It would make the plastic Paddy in me happy. Thanks for entertaining me. I can't recall which book it was, but the moment when Steapa produces an important note and Uhtred suspects he might eat it! That damn near floored me! My favourite joke? Loved War of the Wolf, but your hints as to another book in the series was very vague.

Is this the end of the line for Uhtred? I have just finished war of the wolf and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Will it be another Uhtred novel next or will we finally get another Sharpe? Either way I'm happy! Just finished War of the Wolf and would like to know your plans for Book 12 to follow. Have read books twice already. Good lord no! And there will be a couple more I hope after this one. During your chat you mentioned thinking about a "one off" novel about the battle of Towton.

Obviously we want to get to the end of Uhtred's story and our mouths are watering at the thought of another Sharpe, but what a battle Towton was. I have read several accounts of the battle but would love to read your take, here's the question Who's side would you be on and why? Thank you again for the hundreds of hours of pure pleasure and I look forward to whatever you put your pen to next.

I am writing because I was very much wondering if, despite the amount of time that has elapsed since the publication of Gallows Thief, you might be considering or have considered writing another Sandman novel or a Sandman series, in which he, Sally and Berrigan investigate other dastardly deeds, either as self-employed investigators or as agents of the state. I've thoroughly enjoyed not only your fictional corpora, but also and in particular, your Waterloo: the History of Four Days While still in the enthralled process of reading Gallows Thief, I truly believe that the stage is already beautifully set for yet another great series, alongside that of Richard Sharpe; Thomas of Hookton, and Uhtred of Bebbanburg, and I would very much look forward to the next Sandman tale in a new, future series.

Looking forward to picking up my copy of War of the Wolf tomorrow and to watching TLK series 3 next month, hopefully. Unfortunately, I can't make it to the UK to catch up with you on the tour, but I've heard you have a cameo role in the new TV series and have seen you looking distinguished in a photo from the show. Have a safe trip. I'm still hopefull you'll be able to visit the Isle of Man one day - or maybe Uhtred will. Nothing distinguished! Love your books, esp, Uhtred. Do you have any idea what was going on in Lancashire area during those times? Thank you very much indeed for your wonderful books.

In the TV series on the other hand, this is toned down alot. There is a lot of focus on the christian cross, and I can not remember once having seen Uhtreds Thor hammer, or any other Thor hammer on vikings. It seems to me that the series is made to appeal to american christians on behalf of the true story of the books? My question is: Am I right, or have I missed something?

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Do you appreciate the way this subject is portrayed in the TV series?? I couldn't imagine doing that. Anyhow, I have read the Warlord Chronicles-twice,and all of the Saxon tales to date. Two questions if I may: 1- In the Saxon Tales, Uhtred and other characters show a profound distaste for the "welsh" and for "wales" a very marked difference from the way the lands of "Wales" -even Siluria, are loved in the Warlord Chronicles. Now, granted the feelings of the characters are driven by their learned hatreds and loves for peoples and lands, but why so stark a difference?

THIS is not a criticism! Please don't be offended. It seems there is still a good bit of story-fiction and history-to tell. Would love to see it.

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But it is understandable if we never do. Derfel and, indeed, Arthur are what we today would call the Welsh. No wonder they liked themselves! Uhtred is a Saxon and has the prejudices of his tribe, though he likes some of the Welsh Pyrlig, King Hywel. Nowadays, of course, the rivalry is more or less restricted to the rugby field! I have just finished reading "The last Kingdom" and was struck by Uhtred's description during his marriage period , of a forty year old man as being either "elderly" or "very old".

Now, although life expectancy has varied wildly throughout history, lifespan has remained relatively constant at, to quote a source much more ancient than either of us, three score years and ten or thereabouts. I would love to hear your comment on this particular issue as it seems there are so many famous and distinguished people throughout history and way back into antiquity who have all lived, seemingly, quite happily into their eighties and beyond..

For almost all human history the life expectancy has been dreadfully low — if, that is, you survived childhood. In mediaeval Europe you were lucky to reach The world average in was just 31! For peasants and workers life was grim and hard. They not only had continual back-breaking work, they were prey to diseases that they could not cure and to poor harvests which would make a poor diet even worse.

Once Uhtred unites England, will we see a book where Richard Sharpe gets to trade in his redcoat for the green jacket of the 95th? Probably not. Secondly, I would like to record that I have adoration for the Saxon Chronicles and I sincerely hope it continues for a long time. Do you intend to continue by giving us the history of England's creation? Can we expect Uhtred's son in the footsteps of his father? Are you thinking of telling us about a Danish king on the English throne? I intend to take the story as far as the Battle of Brunanburh in AD which, to my mind, is the event which creates England.

Uhtred will be far too ancient. So I am a huge fan of alternate history and historic fiction, and as such, absolutely devour your works with great relish, particularly the Uhtred sage. Thus my big question - is there a foreseen end to the series? I live in dread that some terrible circumstance might remove you from this mortal coil and leave us dangling in cliffhanger hell.

I realize this is entirely selfish, but after all, this series has been absolutely delightful in its quality, intrigue, pretty much everything. While it may not define my life, whilst reading the series, I am consumed by it. Good thing I only buy the hardcover copies, or I would be needing a new set of each by now Trust me I live in dread that some terrible circumstance might remove me from this mortal coil! That can't be right? I wanted to ask about your "Sharpe Heavy Cavalry sword. Where did you get it?

It was quite a find! And do you have any other cool Napoleonic Memorabilia? Dragoons, technically, were mounted infantry. They rarely dismounted in battle, but certainly did so when they were on vedette duty — which was outpost work. I think the point being made was that the Imperial Guard was virtually a self-contained army corps in its own right, and thus contained infantry, cavalry and artillery. I bought it years ago — too many to remember — in London.

My question is, will you be pushing to offer the Last Kingdom series in leather bound versions? Or are they available as leather through someone? As good as they are it would be nice to have leather bound books to have on a coffee table to read. Or possibly a limited edition perhaps different than the hardcover possibly autographed. Just a thought. I would love them in a nice leather edition, thanks. Keep Uhtred coming! I am not aware of plans for a leather bound edition Maybe once the series is finished?

I can see its been awhile since you have visited our friend Starbuck and was wondering if there are any plans to pick up on that series again.

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I realize you have been busy with Uhtred - looking forward to the War of the Wolf. Also, I am nearing the end of the Sharpe series I'm afraid I am going to be jonesing. We absolutely love love your Saxon Chronicles and the tale of Uhtred of Bebbanburg- Thank you so much for this wonderful gift. We love to turn off the TV and awful news of the day and lose ourselves in this story. We also were enthralled with your re-telling of Arthur through the eyes of Derfel.

I should note here that we have the audiobook versions so that we can 'read' as we drive. I don't know if you have any say in who reads your books for Audible, but the reader for many of the books has been Jonathan Keeble- and he is wonderful. We would love to have him as a reader for all of your books! Thank you again for the joy you bring in your story telling! I do not have any input into choosing narrators of the audio books - but I am happy to pass along your message! I love all of your books but somewhat disappointed we'll see no more of Thomas of Hookton. Nevertheless, I can't wait until 2 Oct to find out what mischief Uhtred will be getting into.

My question; can you list out your best selling series in order of sales? I think it maybe the Sharpe series although with the program, I can see the Last Kingdom doing quite well. I love your books. I have devoured several series and your work has rekindled an interest in history that I had long forgotten I had. However, I am conscious that across your wide range of books, the central character is always male. This saddens me, because there have been some great, influential and interesting women in history and that's just in the non-fiction section! Admittedly feisty women in history weren't the norm, but then the likes of Sharpe, Uhtred and Derfel weren't run-of-the mill personalities either.

I would therefore like to know if you would ever consider putting a female character at the centre of one of your stories in the future? I have considered it, and even done a lot of research into that particular woman and her world, but will I write it and her? A long life and a blissfully happy marriage has convinced me that women see the world differently to mere men.

We write best I think when we write what we know about and women, much as I love them, are something of a mystery.

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I'm curious about it, how it goes on with Uhtred. My balls were full since my fabulous 21 year old girlfriend Helen had been away for the last week on a work conference and was flying back today. Damien Review It! Or was it just good writing on your half that it manages to draw the reader in? Lara is ready for something new as far as sexual relationships go.

In my defence I do try to make my female characters strong! A brownie point, please?

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I just had a few questions about Sigtryggr. If we mix the historical figure of Sithric Caech and the fictional Sigtryggr that you've created, is it safe to assume that Sigtryggr and Ragnall in the books are either the sons of the young Ivar who attempts to attack Uhtred at the end of "Lords of the North"? What year are we currently in at the end of "Flamebearer"?

I'm currently reading the book for a second time in preperation for the release of "War of the Wolf" and upon my first reading took Uhtred's final interaction with Aethelflaed to mean that the book is set in , as the real Aethelflaed died in that year. Upon my second reading, I realized that Uhtred simply states that he never sees her again and there is no real indication that she dies soon after thier meeting. Eiglaf had two young sons who would be in their early thirtys at this point in the storyline, or is the fact that he is named Einar Eiglafson and both are named after a color just a coincidence?

If not, do you think we'll see the decendants of long dead charachters make a return, such as Eiglaf of Svien of the White Horse? Also, on a totally unrelated topic, do you think Sharpe would have gotten along with Sgt Scammell? Thank you for writing such fabulous and engaging novels - ranging from the Sharpe series, to the Arthur series, to Uhtred and I also enjoyed the Rebel series and Azincourt, as well as the Fort. My father and I are very devoted fans of much of your writing, so much so that it has very easily become something we bond over, as we can spend hours talking about the little details and history surrounding Uhtred of Bebbanburg, though he has definitely dwelled deeper into your content than I have.

Of all the warriors Uhtred has fought, I feel that Cnut has become the most important of the series, as he is the only character who has nearly killed Uhtred, and he was the only character Uhtred fully expected to lose to in a fight, with the exception of Steapa.

My English is really bad, Sorry. I'm curious about it, how it goes on with Uhtred. Thor bless you! Sorry, probably not. Still, who knows? I know so many people initiate their first messages with you by offering thanks for your work. I would like to do the same. I truly do love what you've written. First: "Fate is inexorable". This is mentioned in a lot of your writing. Where did you get the inspiration for it? What meaning does it have to You? However, our medieval ancestors thoroughly believed in fate and the phrase comes from an Anglo Saxon poem, The Wanderer, which sums up that belief very neatly.

Fantastic news that the next Uhtred book is coming out later this year. Just in time for my 50th birthday a few days later. Apologies if I've missed it in the previous books, have you any plans to include the Weymouth Vikings in the tales? Sounds like the sort of incident our hero may have been involved with, or maybe he would have tried to prevent it? It has been interesting to read fan comments in various chat rooms regarding TV Uhtred.