Sonnedragon Serialization, Part 14

Front pages: maps, illustrations, family trees, etc.

Dafythe was often credited with shaping the pax normania of this century, but in truth most of it had been Kharles’s work. He had merely served as his brother’s assistant. At Kharles’s suggestion, he wrote their father letters that were a combination of flattery and his own long-concealed opinions. He urged Eduarde to heed Kharles’s advice. A peaceful accord with their old enemy had economic and political advantages over perpetual war. The Norman Empire was the mightiest nation on Earth and Eduarde the greatest earthly ruler; was it not seemly that he …read more

Source:: TheNorthlands


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