Attila: The Judgment

Attila Series (Volume 3)

William Napier

St. Martin's Griffin

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AD 449: the future of the world hangs in the balance.  The once mighty Roman Empire lies open and vulnerable to attack from a huge Hunnish army that has gathered on the banks of the Danube and is poised and ready to strike - but only one man has seen the danger.
 
Master-General Aetius knows Attila still thirsts for blood and destruction, but he is helpless to stop the the pending onslaught.  For Atilla plans to march on the mighty city of Rome, the very heart of the empire.  but is the risk too high, even for the most battle-hardened of warlords?  Attila's choices play out on the plains Europe where he must ultimately face his destiny.

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PART I
THE FURY
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MARGUS FAIR
The southern banks of the Danube, AD 449
A morning in early summer. The great river meandering slowly through the rich Moesian plains and eastward to the Euxine Sea. A patchwork of plowland and meadow, and further away from the town, blossoming orchards and copses of ancient woodland. The smaller River Margus flowing down northward from the hills to join the majestic Danube.
Darting over the surface of the water, the bright green metallic flash of damselflies, and columns of tiny waterflies rising and falling

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Praise for Attila: The Judgment

“Alliances, betrayal, assassination, gory battles, torture and cruelty mark this blood-soaked historical, and Napier describes it all vividly and with sword-pounding impact.”
-- Publishers Weekly

"Rip-roaring...a tale jam-packed with epic set pieces, bloody blattles, a fair bit of history, and the requisite lusty interludes...[a] gripping novel."
--Daily Mail (UK)
 
"William Napier has a genius for making the blood-dimmed chaos of ancient history into the very stuff of thrilling narrative."
--Tom Holland, author of Rubicon and Persian Fire

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William Napier

William Napier is the pseudonym of a British author and journalist. As Napier, he is the author of the internationally bestselling Attila trilogy: Attila, Attila: The Gathering of the Storm, and Attila: The Judgment. He was born in 1965 and educated in Cheltenham, Oxford and London. He lives in Wiltshire and travels widely.

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Attila: The Judgment
William Napier

Trade Paperback

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St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin
October 2010
Trade Paperback
ISBN: 9780312599003
ISBN10: 0312599005
5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, 464 pages
$16.99
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