The Radiant Warrior (Conrad Stargard, #3)
Leo Frankowski

New light on the past

Conrad Stargard, a 20th-century Pole marooned in 13th century Poland has just ten years to prevent the Mongol Hordes from slaughtering everyone in Poland.

So he “invented” all the modern advances, things like prefabricated housing, playboy clubs, the steam engine, universal education, the cloth factory, and belly dancing.

But wars are fought by warriors, not strong economies, and Conrad would need the very best. So he set out to create an army…

The Radiant Warrior (Conrad Stargard, #3) book cover

Though very obviously similar to previous works, it was enjoyable to see how things extended. I enjoyed carrying this on.d

Published by Sean Randall

I am an avid reader, technologist and disability advocate living in the middle of England with my wife, daughter and pets.

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