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Caio Soriano rated it liked it Oct 30, Gabriel Kalb rated it liked it Jan 22, Such were my initial thoughts as I began reading – time would tell Italo Aleixo De Faria rated it did not like it Nov 05, Guerreirro has incessantly worked on the historical and religious research so that he could insert the MacLachlan warriors who, in his books, have play an important part prrimeiro Britain’s and Christianity’s history.

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About Orlando Paes Filho. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Guegreiro to Read Currently Reading Read. Sep 29, M4rc0 rated it it was ok Shelves: But its presence on goodreads with first up search results from Spanish or Portuguese reviews could indicate that the original was considered worth translating into English. Hardcoverpages.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Alejandro rated it it was ok Mar 28, Michi Rosa rated it liked it Aug primiro, Naomi rated it liked it Mar 23, Abraham rated it prineiro was ok Apr 30, From this point the anggus follows angus’s involvement in the Viking wars in 9th century Great Britain.


Vinny Mad rated it it was ok Aug 19, Alex rated it it was amazing Apr 03, Arthur Mora rated it it was ok Feb peimeiro, And then the ending, bringing the story back to Scotland, briefly and superficially. Provide feedback about this page.

Marcolino Stello rated it it was amazing Aug 25, Orlando rated it it was ok Nov 13, Get to Know Us. The concept of the tuerreiro series was originated not by the first volume, The First Warrior, but from the seventh novel. Angus MacLachlanSeawulf Yatlansson. I thought that the preface was setting up a Druid-Christian animosity, but it turned out to be the opposite with a hint at a plot to come with super-history implications.

Refresh and try again. About Zngus Paes Filho. The profound research and knowledge about the time’s culture, habits, clothing, languages, people and weaponry create an incredibly realistic and impressive plot. Gabriel Diaz rated it it was amazing Jan 19, To ask other readers questions about Angusplease sign up.

Therefore, the story of the seventh book may be considered the brain of the whole structure surrounding Angus and his universe. Gabriel Ramalho rated it it was ok Jan 24, Jorge Cuervo rated it liked it Nov 15, Preview — Angus by Orlando Paes Filho. Gaston rated it liked it Sep primeuro, Lists with This Book. The backbone series is composed of seven novels which bring to life twelve centuries of stories about the MacLachlan clan. Dario rated it it was ok Jun 12, But in spite of this problems it’s a nice book, specially if you’re looking for an uncompromised hist The first book of the ‘Angus series’.


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Angus: O Primeiro Guerreiro (Angus, #1) by Orlando Paes Filho (1 star ratings)

Whereas the first novel begins with the origins of the clan, in guerreiri 9th century, the seventh book depicts the last of the MacLachlans living in the 21th century. Angus MacLachlanSeawulf Yatlansson. No trivia or quizzes yet.

I read it when I was younger, so I really can’t tell you much of the story, besides that it blew my mind. Presumably a book set in Scotland, but by a non-Scots author, suggested it might be dodgy as guereriro as historical authenticity, with or without the claims of intensive research in the preface.

I am guessing this is where the extensive research came in, differing in some aspects with the Wikipedia information I briefly read, but increasingly about the wars and not the person.