England, after 1066, was a violent place. As William of Normandy tightened his grip on the English throne, it was a time of war and great unrest.
The incoming Norman forces ruled with an iron fist. One especially cruel member of the new ruling class was Roland of Alain – who aimed to crush any resistance from those he regarded as peasant upstarts.
One such “upstart” was Carrick. He and his band of rebels were determined to put up a fight against their oppressors. A fight to the death, if necessary . . .
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