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Master of the Fist [PDF / Epub] ★ Master of the Fist By Edward P. Hughes – Thomashillier.co.uk Welcome to the Village of Barley CrossPopulation 2020 and growingBarley Cross is as nice a little town as you are likely to find in this post World War III world of ours If the villagers work hard the Welcome to the Village of Barley CrossPopulation and growingBarley Cross is as nice a little town as you are likely to find in this post World War III world of ours If the villagers work hard they generally have enough Master of PDF/EPUB ² to eat Thanks to the O'Meara and his castle and his battle tank they have a place of refuge when the roving gangs come by They even have some medicines from the old timesBut what makes Barley Cross a really special place a uniue one in fact is the children That's again thanks to one time Master Sergeant Patrick O'Meara now Master of the Fist and Lord of Barley Cross In all the world he's the only man who isn't sterile that's why nothing is to good for the Master of the Fist.


3 thoughts on “Master of the Fist

  1. Peter Tillman Peter Tillman says:

    Good underrated book about a post WW3 rural town in England where a former Master Sergeant brings his tank and troops to the old castle and has other talents Make love AND war Recommended More like 35 stars rounded upRead circa 1992 I think Review from memory and some notes I found in passing I'd reread if I found another copy


  2. Lee Lee says:

    Collection of short stories post apocalyptic with a sexist twist Only one man is apparently fertile what will the small village do about it? They wrestle with contemporary morals as an undefined apocalypse has them bending them with medieval concepts to keep living I was amused with the original story when I ran across it in a collection while in college grabbed the book as soon as it came out Given its premise I liked it


  3. Nicholas Whyte Nicholas Whyte says:

    returnreturnA rather dismal Baen collection of short stories about a village in post Holocaust Ireland where the head honcho is the only fertile man left in the world and has to grapple with the awful responsibilities of impregnating the local women Oirish and sexist clich


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