K. J. Parker – Sixteen Ways to Defend a Walled City

K. J. Parker’s new novel is the remarkable tale of the siege of a walled city and the even more remarkable man who had to defend it.

A siege is approaching, and the city has little time to prepare. The people have no food and no weapons, and the enemy has sworn to slaughter them all.

To save the city will take a miracle, but what it has is Orhan. A colonel of engineers, Orhan has far more experience with bridge building than battles, is a cheat and a liar, and has a serious problem with authority. He is, in other words, perfect for the job.

Sixteen Ways to Defend a Walled City is the story of Orhan, son of Siyyah Doctus Felix Praeclarissimus, and his history of the Great Siege, written down so that the deeds and sufferings of great men may never be forgotten.

Author: K. J. Parker
Narrator: Ray Sawyer
Duration: 13 hours 15 minutes
Released: 19 May 2012
Publisher: Hachette Audio UK
Language: English

User Review:

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I’m loving this book. I’m more than 2/3 of the way through this and it’s so rich. You get awesome story, dey hunpr and really good visualized battles. Book keeps getting better. And the narrator is perfect. He gets the tone and feel for the writer