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Publisher's Summary

The year is 1072. The Normans have captured England. The Turks have captured a Norman knight. And in order to free him, a soldier named Vallon must capture four rare hawks.
On a heart-stopping journey to the far ends of the earth, braving Arctic seas, Viking warlords, and the blood-drenched battlefields, Vallon and his comrades must track down their quarry one by one in a relentless race against time.
The scale is huge. The journey is incredible. The history is real. This is Hawk Quest.
©2013 Robert Lyndon (P)2013 Hachette Audio
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5 out of 5 stars
By Darlene on 07-09-13

What a fantastic heartstopping adventure!

What did you love best about Hawk Quest?

Robert Lyndon reaches out and grabs theinterest of his reader within the first few minutes of the book. He weaves his character's in such a way that you cannot help but become personally involved in their lives. You find yourself loving andhating them and rooting for them all at the same time. This is a masterful work, and the best 28 hours of reading I have done in a long time.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Hawk Quest?

One of the main character's has an extraordinary connection with his dog, and Their love and respect for one another draws you into the relationship with them. They find themselves in hairraising situations and you find that your heart is pumping at an alarming rate as you live the adventure with them. I won't give anything away, but the most devastating scenes involves these two endearing character's. Robert Lyndon is a masterful storyteller, and you come away from each of the heartstopping predicaments the character's find themselves in feeling as though you were right there with them as one of their team.

Which character – as performed by Fleet Cooper – was your favorite?

Fleet Cooper brings the author's character's to life in such a way that you begin to feel as if you are standing right there along side them as they make life altering decisions in the blink of an eye. He mastered the accents of men and women from all corners of the earth set in the year 1072. He effortlessly moves between anywhere up to five to seven different dialects of the various characters all dialoging with one another without missing a beat. What a memorable performance Fleet Cooper has given to Robert Lyndon's masterpiece of adventure. I particularly enjoyed the character of theFrench captain, who's chivalrous heart made for an endearing and unforgettable character.

If you could rename Hawk Quest, what would you call it?

The book is very well named. I wouldn't change a thing.

Any additional comments?

If you enjoy an intelligently written adventure that captures the very essence of life in the 11th century, then Hawkquest will steal your heart. The author's attention to detail and brilliant descriptions of the landscape and life in the untamed lands of the time period, creates such an intricate balance of friendship, honor and redemption that you cannot help but root for and come to love these unlikely traveling companions.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Annette on 09-26-14

A+ Riveting LOONG historical adventure!

Would you listen to Hawk Quest again? Why?

Yes, it is one of the best books I have listened to in the past year or so. A good storyline, believable and interesting characters set in an exciting era, and; they're on a good quest,

What other book might you compare Hawk Quest to and why?

Good historical fiction set in the early middle ages.

Which scene was your favorite?

Vividly depicts how life may have been in the era.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Nothing. A very good narrator.

Any additional comments?

I love historical fiction, the longer the better, but it must be good and believable. This is such a listen; a whole 28 hour long - brilliant and captivating.
If you like Bernard Cronwell, Jack Ludlow, Rob Low and Philippa Gregory, I think you will enjoy this.

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