In this roaring alt-history adventure, dinosaurs from a forbidden world have been turned into unstoppable weapons by one of the most ferocious military leaders of all time: Napoleon Bonaparte. In the wake of his crushing victory at Waterloo, Napoleon unleashes his vicious French general Marc Thibault and his brigade of giant battlesaurs to strike terror across Europe. EnglIn this roaring alt-history adventure, dinosaurs from a forbidden world have been turned into unstoppable weapons by one of the most ferocious military leaders of all time: Napoleon Bonaparte. In the wake of his crushing victory at Waterloo, Napoleon unleashes his vicious French general Marc Thibault and his brigade of giant battlesaurs to strike terror across Europe. England stands alone, but an invasion is looming. Its only hope is a secret attack led by Willem, a magician's son, deep inside enemy territory, to the very heart of Napoleon's terrifying new army. In a stunning sequel to Battlesaurus: Rampage at Waterloo, deception and betrayal threaten the mission from its outset, but the courage and perseverance of Willem the "saur killer" and his compatriots lead to a clash of titanic proportions....
|Title||:||Clash of Empires|
|Number of Pages||:||336 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Clash of Empires Reviews
Clash of Empires finishes out the alternative history begun in Rampage at Waterloo. Now the author can lose the historical accuracy and just dig into the story and it gets really good very quickly. This is another surprisingly dense but quite enjoyable historical alternative fiction novel....it feels like historical fiction but reads like SF...really nicely done.
What if Napoleon had developed a secret weapon? “Battlesaurus: Clash of Empires,” is the sequel that picks up after “Battlesaurus: Rampage at Waterloo.” Falkner has written an alternative history in which Napoleon Bonaparte turns dinosaurs into formidable war engines. Still reeling from his ignoble defeat at Waterloo, Napoleon and his vicious general, Marc Thibault, unleash battlesaurs on Europe. Only England continues to stand free, but invasion is imminent. England’s only hope lies in Willem, a magician’s child. Willem is chosen to lead a sneak attack deep inside enemy territory. The sequel picks up after “Battlesaurus: Rampage at Waterloo.” Willem’s courage and determination are key to a raid that pitches Willem as the “saur killer,” in a battle of epic proportions. The historically accurate battle scenes, combined with terrifying dinosaurs and strong cast of characters, will engage reluctant readers, as well as fans of military history and historical fiction.
Okay a great YA novel in opinion. I never like Napoléon Bonaparte but the man was a genius in battle until his failures came into play. I like history but this book takes a new twist on where dinosaurs are used to fight wars, and battles. A lot of detail, fighting, issues, orders and choices that the characters in this book make and do. A must read.
Some of the best books I've ever read. Brian Falkner you Truly did a great job and I hope you make another book. It would truly make me excited and happy if you continued these 2 books and probably a lot of others. Sincerely: a Reader
It was interesting, but didn't hold my attention so couldn't finish it. May try again later.
This is another action packed story that provides a satisfying conlusion to the adventure started in Rampage at Waterloo.