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Uhtred, believing he is cursed, must fend off one enemy while he tries to destroy the other. In this new chapter of the Saxon Tales series—a rousing adventure of courage, treachery, duty, devotion, majesty, love and battle, as seen through the eyes of a warrior straddling two worlds—Uhtred returns to fight once again for the destiny of England.

Get A Copy. More Details Original Title. The Last Kingdom Uhtred of Bebbanburg , Uhtred Uhtredsson. Other Editions Friend Reviews.

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Will I have trouble following this book if I haven't read the previous in this series? There is a thread all the way through the books.

Characters appear, disappear and reappear again. The story is a continuam. I mourn each and every book when I close them at the end.

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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Oct 19, John Gwynne rated it it was amazing. Bernard Cornwell has done it again. Another gripping, page-turning read that I didn't want to put down, and I found my mind drifting back to the story during my day, which is always a sign that a book has done its job and gotten its hooks into me.

I'm liking old Uhtred so much - he doesn't suffer fools but has a streak of kindness that he tries hard to hide. The mix of historical detail, heart-felt characterisation and edge of your seat battle scenes strike a perfect blend.

Eleven books in and th Bernard Cornwell has done it again. Eleven books in and the momentum just keeps on building, I loved it and can't wait for book View all 14 comments.

Oct 16, Susan Johnson rated it it was amazing. It is hard to believe Uhtred is just as interesting in this 11th book of the series as he was in the first.

Well, almost. One of my my favorite scenes in any book comes in the first book of the series when he and King Alfred and what we know as England now comes down to a fight in a marsh with the Vikings.

One of the most truly captivating pieces of writing I have ever read. But I digress, Uhtred although aging has plenty of tricks up his sleeve and battles left to fight in this latest entry.

I It is hard to believe Uhtred is just as interesting in this 11th book of the series as he was in the first. I really like how Cornwall has let him grow and mature and yet remain himself.

He will never turn his back on Thor. He will always love Bebbanburg. He will always enjoy the company of women and never pass up a fight.

Still he is aging and learning his limitations. In this book, he proves he is human and yet is still admired and feared. There is a very sad death in this book and I appreciated in the author's notes on how he lamented the death but had to do it to make it match history.

Darn, I hate it when facts get in the way of what I want to happen. I love how well researched these books are and how much I have learned just from reading them.

Frankly I knew next to nothing about King Alfred until I read this series. This was a pleasure to read but it presented a dilemma for me. Should I read it slowly and savor it or should I read it at the fast speed the writing demanded?

Of course, I read it rapidly. I can't get enough. This can be read as a stand alone but why deprive yourself that way?

You will miss so much if you don't start at the beginning and watch Uhtred evolve. I had happy that Netflix is putting out Season 3 of the series.

Maybe that will tide me over to the next book. I doubt it. If you have not read this series, do yourself a favor and get started. View all 4 comments.

Oct 13, Dana Ilie rated it it was amazing Shelves: historical-fiction , istorie , history. What a journey View all 9 comments.

Sep 02, Rob rated it really liked it Shelves: reads , historical-fiction. Book 11 in The Last Kingdom series published Eleven books into the trials and tribulations of Uhtred of Bebbanburg and its still as fresh and exciting as book one.

Uhtred, after years of fighting and planning revenge on his hated uncle is once again lord of his ancestral home, Bebbanberg. He is no longer the dashing hero of yesteryear but is now an old man in his sixties.

Be that a Book 11 in The Last Kingdom series published Uhtred of Bebbanburg of course. So the poor buggers got a lot on his plate.

Before the end there will be a lot of pain and suffering on both side in this war of greed and pride. This is yet another great addition to the Uhtred saga.

Highly recommended 4 star read. View all 6 comments. Jan 12, Andy rated it liked it Shelves: hist-f-dark-ages.

I think this series needs to wrap up soon? I think i started saying that back at book 9? Some outlay of the first part Most of the first part is a monologue; it seems for pages on end at some points before another character is involved.

The final part, as expected, is rip roaring? What do I think of it all then? The prior book would have made a good finality but I can see that the creation of a united England will be the end point, I can only hope that comes in the next book.

View all 8 comments. In this episode, Uhtred is an old man, but still a warrior at heart. It is an interesting story, where sorcerers take the center stage.

Of course, the sorcerers do not have magical powers, but many people living in that age do not know that. So, when they cast a spell, some people believe in that spell and act accordingly, themselves bringing about the predicted doom.

And in this story, there is a pagan sorcerer as well as a Christian priest sorcerer, who is a bit crazy--and lovable--but well intentioned.

Uhtred sees through the magic as just poppycock, but many of his men--pagans and Christians alike--are strongly affected by the sorcery. In each of the previous books, Uhtred comes up with a clever plan to overcome his adversaries.

In this book, he does not conceive of a good plan, and his adversaries look overwhelmingly strong in a fortified position.

So, the book cleverly held me in suspense. Will Uhtred come out of this battle alive? He cannot retreat--that would mean a slaughter.

He cannot go forward; the unscalable walls have battle-hardened enemies on the ramparts. The ending--I won't spoil the ending here, I just want to emphasize that Bernard Cornwell really knows how to keep his readers in suspense.

As with the other books in this series, I listened to the audiobook, narrated by Matt Bates. He is such an excellent reader, his voice helping to bring the story to life.

Oct 06, Donna rated it it was amazing Shelves: historical-fiction , loved-loved. This is the 11th book in the Saxon Stories series by Bernard Cornwell.

It really is in my top 5 of favorite series'. Uhtred is a dynamic character. He is getting up there in age, and physically he is starting to slow down, but his mind is what is getting him out of trouble.

Usually it is getting him into trouble. Reading this one, makes me want to binge-watch the series on Netflix yet again. I just can't get enough.

So 5 whole stars for this one. Jan 02, HBalikov rated it really liked it. Start with The Last Kingdom. Not a surprise for those of us who have followed these chronicles of Uhtred of Bebbanburg and the period in which the Saxons were able to repel the Norse and Danes and forge the beginning of England.

But, even at this late date, that goal was still up for grabs and this book makes it clear that there was no peace in the land from the border with Scotland down to the English Channel.

We keep to ourselves. He helps dry historical names and dates become real for us. History is people making choices and doing things.

There are few authors that have been able to convey the feeling of that better than he does. Cornwell has his protagonist observe: "The gods are not kind to us, any more than children are kind to their toys.

We are here to amuse the gods, and at times it amuses them to be unkind Perhaps my conviction that I was cursed was false, but there were not birds in the winter sky, and that omen told me I was the plaything of cruel gods.

This is what engenders his thoughts of being cursed by the gods those being the Norse gods. His son-in-law, Sigtryggr, is King of Northumbria.

At this time, it is the only remaining non-Christian kingdom of any significance on the Island that now contains England, Scotland and Wales.

The only thing that was simple was war. And Sigtyggr and I were going to war. You will learn: what foods are available; how things are stored; the way one traveled; the elements of clothing and battle armor; etc.

Those who have read the series will delight in the fact that Mus and Osferth reappear. Good news for fans of the series.

From what the author has posted we can expect at least another two books in this series. View all 3 comments. Nov 02, Scott Hitchcock rated it really liked it Shelves: published-and-read , historical-fiction.

Maybe it's just because I hadn't read and Uhtred in a while but that was the best in some time. I thought book 10 was the perfect place to end it and had lamented the continuation of the series being more about not killing the cash cow.

This book made it worth being wrong. View 2 comments. I had put off reading this book, scared the Saxon Stories were finally going to be over, but with another book scheduled for release it felt like it was finally time to put my fears aside.

I read a handful of other reviews on GoodReads when I finished, and multiple times I saw this series accused of being formulaic, and perhaps it is, but I'm not one to mind formulaic when the formula works.

What I love about these books is the characters. This late in the game I do find myself missing some of I had put off reading this book, scared the Saxon Stories were finally going to be over, but with another book scheduled for release it felt like it was finally time to put my fears aside.

This late in the game I do find myself missing some of the older characters, Alfred, Brida, Ragnar Uhtred is in his 60s for this book. He's more cautious, superstitious, he's less impulsive, less confident, anger doesn't control him the way it used to.

I found myself missing some of his other qualities as a younger man, but his wit is still fully intact and there were several parts of this book that made me laugh out loud.

I found myself tripped up again and again by the names. Specifically the Aethelhelms, Older and Younger, or was it the Aethelweards?

Then there seems to be a whole slew of other Aethel-somethings.. I can't remember where the heck the Aethelhelms came in. Anyway- this book actually felt less formulaic than the previous I think it had a lot to do with Uhtred's character development, but also, this is the weakest he has ever been physically.

His victory in this book never feels guaranteed. There are no last minute, evil genius save-the-day plans like bee-bombs, although there is a hysterical smiting.

A looming dread blankets the whole book, from beginning to end. The other elements of a Saxon Story are all there: the fun action scenes, the witty comebacks, the general disdain towards Christianity from Uhtred.

Most of all - the laughs. It's what generally what keeps me coming back, so I'll end this review with a little pagan humor: "You've got dirt on your forehead," I said, "so has he," I pointed to the other priest.

The day our Lord died. Uhtred of Bebbanburg is now over sixty years old, which even he admits isn't old-it's ancient. Of course Cornwell's Uhtred novels cannot go on forever.

After all wyrd bio ful araed. Nov 21, Lucia rated it it was amazing Shelves: historical , 5-stars-read. Another very enjoyable read by Bernard Cornwell.

I love Uhtred's military strategic thinking! Bernard Cornwell brought 9th and 10th century England alive for me.

Uhtred of Bebbanburg is unapologetic and ruthless yet lovable and admiration worthy character with brilliant military strategic mind.

He is a true hero! I really felt like I was there with Uhtred, fighting every new enemy or being part of countless shield wars.

It is one of the best historical fiction stories I have ever read and it is the perfect example of how to write engaging historical fiction series that never get boring or predictable!

Uhtred fan forever. View 1 comment. Dec 20, Fiona rated it liked it Shelves: e-books , historical-fiction , fiction-series , back-on-the-shelf.

I would never have believed I would fall out of love with Uhtred. War of the Wolf, 11th in the series, has been half read for months now. Has Cornwell wrung this series dry?

In my opinion yes, he has. Others will still be loving it. Lucky them. Nov 25, Hillary rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites.

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This book made it worth being wrong. View 2 comments. I had put off reading this book, scared the Saxon Stories were finally going to be over, but with another book scheduled for release it felt like it was finally time to put my fears aside.

I read a handful of other reviews on GoodReads when I finished, and multiple times I saw this series accused of being formulaic, and perhaps it is, but I'm not one to mind formulaic when the formula works.

What I love about these books is the characters. This late in the game I do find myself missing some of I had put off reading this book, scared the Saxon Stories were finally going to be over, but with another book scheduled for release it felt like it was finally time to put my fears aside.

This late in the game I do find myself missing some of the older characters, Alfred, Brida, Ragnar Uhtred is in his 60s for this book.

He's more cautious, superstitious, he's less impulsive, less confident, anger doesn't control him the way it used to. I found myself missing some of his other qualities as a younger man, but his wit is still fully intact and there were several parts of this book that made me laugh out loud.

I found myself tripped up again and again by the names. Specifically the Aethelhelms, Older and Younger, or was it the Aethelweards? Then there seems to be a whole slew of other Aethel-somethings..

I can't remember where the heck the Aethelhelms came in. Anyway- this book actually felt less formulaic than the previous I think it had a lot to do with Uhtred's character development, but also, this is the weakest he has ever been physically.

His victory in this book never feels guaranteed. There are no last minute, evil genius save-the-day plans like bee-bombs, although there is a hysterical smiting.

A looming dread blankets the whole book, from beginning to end. The other elements of a Saxon Story are all there: the fun action scenes, the witty comebacks, the general disdain towards Christianity from Uhtred.

Most of all - the laughs. It's what generally what keeps me coming back, so I'll end this review with a little pagan humor: "You've got dirt on your forehead," I said, "so has he," I pointed to the other priest.

The day our Lord died. Uhtred of Bebbanburg is now over sixty years old, which even he admits isn't old-it's ancient. Of course Cornwell's Uhtred novels cannot go on forever.

After all wyrd bio ful araed. Nov 21, Lucia rated it it was amazing Shelves: historical , 5-stars-read. Another very enjoyable read by Bernard Cornwell.

I love Uhtred's military strategic thinking! Bernard Cornwell brought 9th and 10th century England alive for me.

Uhtred of Bebbanburg is unapologetic and ruthless yet lovable and admiration worthy character with brilliant military strategic mind.

He is a true hero! I really felt like I was there with Uhtred, fighting every new enemy or being part of countless shield wars.

It is one of the best historical fiction stories I have ever read and it is the perfect example of how to write engaging historical fiction series that never get boring or predictable!

Uhtred fan forever. View 1 comment. Dec 20, Fiona rated it liked it Shelves: e-books , historical-fiction , fiction-series , back-on-the-shelf.

I would never have believed I would fall out of love with Uhtred. War of the Wolf, 11th in the series, has been half read for months now.

Has Cornwell wrung this series dry? In my opinion yes, he has. Others will still be loving it. Lucky them. Nov 25, Hillary rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites.

I love this book so much i wish that i could give it more than 5 stars. Actual rating: 4. I am also missing the adaptation show, The Last Kingdom something fierce!

War of the Wolf by Bernard Cornwell is the 11th book in the series. Uhtred has finally done it!!! He has finally taken control of his family home of Bebbanburg.

This has been a moment 10 books in the making! But now a new danger has arisen. Well, technically two dangers.

Enemies are fortifying in Wessex because the king is aging and Aethelflaed has died. Then the Norseman, Skoll, has come to conquerer Northumbria.

He is evil and fierce. But Skoll crosses a line. Now Uhtred will stop at nothing until Skoll is dead.

Stop playing with my emotions, Bernard Cornwell. I started this book so happy. Then one of his loved ones is killed.

His inner turmoil over this loss will make anyone blink away a few tears. But thank god, he has Finan. If Finan dies, I will riot.

As always the historical and battle detail is unrivaled. Matt Bates is the narrator once again and as always, he is amazing.

He captures every character, every moment, and every emotion perfectly! This book gets 5 out of 5 stars! Nov 18, Krista Claudine Baetiong rated it it was amazing Shelves: author-europe , period-medieval , historical-fiction.

Uhtred is almost in his twilight years now, but he is still a formidable leader and a commanding presence in the battlefield.

Oct 12, Mark Halse rated it it was amazing. The best Uhtred book in a dog's age! I've lately been disappointed in Uhtred books but this one redeems the last few.

Cornwell gets back to basics in this book telling a Uhtred tale with all of its Saxony goodness. Oct 02, C.

Lesley added it Shelves: nbhf , historical-fiction. As seems appropriate for a character as resourceful, skilled, and self-confident as Uhtred of Bebbanburg, he goes from strength to strength.

In addition to a set of bestselling novels, collectively dubbed The Saxon Tales, Uhtred has a television series to his name: The Last Kingdom , just renewed for its third year by Netflix.

Here in his eleventh adventure, War of the Wolf , Uhtred should be enjoying the fruits of his labors over the last ten books, but of course, that story would be no fun to rea As seems appropriate for a character as resourceful, skilled, and self-confident as Uhtred of Bebbanburg, he goes from strength to strength.

Here in his eleventh adventure, War of the Wolf , Uhtred should be enjoying the fruits of his labors over the last ten books, but of course, that story would be no fun to read or to write.

Instead Uhtred, now past sixty, receives a summons to travel south to protect the fortress of Ceaster Chester on behalf of Aethelstan, the son of King Edward of Wessex.

Uhtred soon realizes that the summons is a ruse: the greater danger lies in the North, in the person of the Dane Sköll and his warriors, who dose themselves with henbane to harness the power of the wolf.

Jun 11, John McDermott rated it really liked it Shelves: its-only-a-flesh-wound. Really enjoyed this one. Dec 01, Kathleen rated it it was amazing.

Uhtred of Bebbanburg is now over 60, and a savvy warrior to the bone. In this offering, Uhtred and his army fall for a ruse to keep him away from Northumbria.

The city is able to fend him off, but not without sacrifice. Meanwhile, there are stirrings of a dynastic struggle in Wessex.

Uhtred and Sigtryggr are being coerced into giving their oaths to Edward—but what happens when he dies? First, Uhtred and Sigtryggr need to defend Northumbria.

There is plenty of action with medieval battle tactics and warfare. And his descriptions of the shield wall and hand-to-hand fighting are excellent.

This is the 11th book of the life of Uhtred of Bebbanburg. When I first started the book we were introduced to a little boy and now he is in his 60s.

I absolutely love The Last Kingdom series. It has been truly a journey reading the tale of Uhtred of Bebbanburg. His quest, his success, his setbacks, fights, loves, friendships, enemies.

This is one of my favourite historical fiction series and Bernard Cornwell is one gifted author! Jan 27, happy rated it really liked it Shelves: fiction-historical.

On an off day, Mr. Cornwell still writes better historical fiction than most other authors on their best days.

The plot of the novel can easily be divided into three parts. In the first part, Uthred receives a message to go to Chester on the other side of Northumbria and help relieve a siege of th On an off day, Mr.

In the first part, Uthred receives a message to go to Chester on the other side of Northumbria and help relieve a siege of the city by a rebellious Mercian Lord.

As always with Mr. Cornwell, the battle sequence when he gets there is very well done. Few other writers can put the reader into a Shield Wall like Mr.

Of course, Uthred wants revenge and this leads to the final third of the novel. This storyline is where the novels title comes from.

His band are known as wolf-warriors and are exceptionally vicious. As with the rest of the series, Uthred distain for Christianity and most of the clergy is a prominent plot point.

However, I thought it was not quite as strident as in previous entries in the series. All in all, I felt this was somewhere in the middle of the series as far as quality.

That said, nobody can bring a reader into the timeframe of a historical novel better than Mr. As always, the battle sequences are superb and the research excellent.

The main problem I have with this is that the formula is beginning to wear a bit thin. No matter what the problems I had with the novel, it is still better than most of what is out there and in IMO is a solid 4 star read.

Bloody fabulous! Completely formulaic, yes, but so amazing that it's no matter. Oaths, revenge quests, deceits, out-maneuverings, bloody confrontations and plenty of scathing commentary on the Church.

Doesn't get better than this. I was worried 11 might just be too much for me and maybe I'd be over it. Not even close. Aug 08, Magic History rated it it was amazing.

Uhtred is still riding against his enemies. He is now over sixty years old and a bit long in the tooth. The series never gets old.

Cornwell makes allowances for his aging hero, putting him in the third line of the shield wall and letting the younger guys do much of the slaughter.

But it all rings true. Now that Uhtred has finally won back his home castle of Bebbanburg in book 10, he is forced to leave his home to defend Northumbria, the last of four countries destined to comprise Englaland.

But Northumbria is still independent, and Uhtred plans on keeping it that way. Skoll has a scary sorceror whom he uses to frighten the oppostion.

He also uses soldiers that consume henbane so they believe they are wolves —thus The War of the Wolf. They are crazed when they attack, and their bloodthirstyness scares off anyone who faces them.

Anyone except Uhtred, of course. Uhtred seems to get more savage as he grows older. This is clearly understandable, as death and fate continue to play with him.

He and Sigtrygger form an alliance and together they find a way to keep Northumbria out of the hands of Skoll and King Edward, who wants to dissolve it.

Aethelflaed died in the last book, so this book is a little thin of developed female characters, one of my few complaints about Cornwell.

Much has been made of Uhtred straddling two worlds — the English world and the Norse world, as well as the Christian world versus the pagan world.

That struggle continues, with Uhtred always a little undecided on which side he falls. He seems to be placing more and more significance on omens as he grows older, so he remains pagan although born Christian.

I can also complain this book seemed a little short. Still, Uhtred sniffs the winds of change and makes allowances in the War of the Wolf, for both his family and his soldiers.

Somehow I suspect he will die with his sword clutched in his hands. I received a complimentary digital copy of this book from Edelweiss.

It goes on sale in October, Grade: A This exciting book is the 11th volume of "the Last Kingdom" series, which is also one of my favourite TV-series, featuring Uhtred of Bebbanburg, from the highly acclaimed author Bernard Cornwell.

To read this story in a somewhat easier way the author has included and documented at the beginning of the book a list of Place Names, and there it also contains a well-drawn map of the areas which will play an important part in this tale.

At the end of the book you'll notice a very well defined and expla This exciting book is the 11th volume of "the Last Kingdom" series, which is also one of my favourite TV-series, featuring Uhtred of Bebbanburg, from the highly acclaimed author Bernard Cornwell.

At the end of the book you'll notice a very well defined and explained Historical Note concerning this tale of an England slowly in the making. Story-telling is as always of a superb quality from this author, and all his characters, whether they are real historical or fictional, come all vividly to life within this story of kingship, power at court, deceit and great battle scenes.

This tale is mainly set, according to the author see Historical Note , in the early AD s, but it starts off in AD just after the death and burial of the Lady of Mercia, Aethelflaed.

The book is set into three parts, and part one is action-packed with a rebellion in Mercia, and it is there where Uhtred has been lured into by an unseen hand, but his presence there will make him become once more acquainted with Prince Athelstan who's holding Ceaster Chester for his father King Edward the Elder, who has taken Mercia for himself after winning East-Anglia to add it to the Kingdom of Wessex.

In part two, at the Witan of Tamweorthin Tamworth Uhtred and much more in particular his son-in-law, King Sigtryggr of Northrumbia, is tricked and humiliated into a marriage with the twin-sister of Athelstan, Eadgyth, after the death of his fictional wife Stiorra at the hands of the Vikings let by Skoll at Eoferwic York , and by stealth and cunning from his advisors King Edward appoints himself overlord of Northumbria and so making King Sigtryggr his Client-King.

Finally in part three Uhtred and Sigtryggr and their armies will meet up with Skoll and his army, and in captivating action-packed and fast-paced battle scenes the death of Stiorra, daughter of Uhtred and late wife of Sigtryggr will be avenged in a most bloody fashion at the Fortress of the Eagles.

During these turbulent historical times it is very important for Uhtred of Bebbanburg to choose his path very sensibly and his friends wisely, for the old ways are fading slowly and Christianity is rising, and so Uhtred has to tread carefully as a father, politician and as a warrior into these winds of change.

Very much recommended, for this is for certain a thrilling encounter, and one that I would like to call as: "A Fantastic Historical Uhtred Adventure"!

View all 5 comments. I received my copy free through Goodreads Giveaways. My husband has been reading this series and is thrilled to see this book show up at our house.

It may be a bit before I get my turn to read this one. He has loved this series, and it has been the most books he has read in years. Oct 13, Nazzarena rated it it was amazing Shelves: letti-in-lingua , historical-fiction.

Uhtred never gets old. Readers also enjoyed. About Bernard Cornwell. Bernard Cornwell. Cornwell was born in London in He was adopted and brought up in Essex by the Wiggins family, who were members of the Peculiar People, a strict Protestant sect who banned frivolity of all kinds and even medicine.

After he left them, he changed his name to his birth mother's maiden n Cornwell was born in London in After he left them, he changed his name to his birth mother's maiden name, Cornwell.

Cornwell was sent away to Monkton Combe School, attended the University of London, and after graduating, worked as a teacher.

He attempted to enlist in the British armed services at least three times but was rejected on the grounds of myopia.

He then joined Thames Television as editor of Thames News. He relocated to the United States in after marrying an American.

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