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Amazon Reader Rick LeBlanc said this about Nina Munteanu’s historical fantasy:
“The Last Summoner is a hard book to put down. For me, it was a fast read, because I wanted to turn the page to see what came next. I admit I stayed up later than I should have. Eh, work is such a four letter word anyway.
“Nina’s characters are getting stronger and more fully-fleshed as were writing grows. She has the gift of learning and developing knowledge. I feel as if I’ve been there, geographically.”
Nina Munteanu’s The Last Summoner is now a Canadian Bestseller on Amazon.ca under Historical Fantasy. It was ranked in the Top Ten since August 29, 2012.
Every Choice Has Its Price…
On June 14th, 1410 in Grunwald, Prussia, one of medieval history’s most decisive battles is about to destroy the powerful Teutonic Order, slaughtering virtually all its monk knights. How would history have changed if this arrogant order had not underestimated its enemy and had instead won to continue sweeping through north-east Europe in its ambitious crusade for Christendom?
As a result of an impetuous choice, young 14-year old Vivianne Schoen, Baroness von Grunwald, makes the startling discovery that she can alter history—but not before she’s branded a witch and must flee through a time-space tear into an alternate present-day France ruled by fascists. There, she will learn that every choice has its price.
Nina Munteanu is ”…A master of metaphor.”— Craig Bowlsby, author of Commander’s Log
“I have also ordered this for my teenage cousins in the United Kingdom. Knights, female protagonist and time travel: the perfect recipe with the richness and textures of a fine wine.”— Vanessa Rottner, Amazon reader
“The story line is totally fascinating and riveting!! If this is like her other books you will no doubt gobble it down in one sitting!!!” — Suz Kaye
cover art by Tomislav Tikulin