History Literature / Harald

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''Harald'' is the first fictional novel by famous [[{{Anarchy}} Anarchist]]-[[SocietyForCreativeAnachronism anachronist]]-[[UsefulNotes/{{Economics}} economist]] David Director Friedman and published by Baen Books. As the author puts it, ''Harald'' is 'a fantasy without magic' or 'an alternate history with invented history'. It is notable for featuring wars of logistics as much as battles.

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''Harald'' is the first fictional novel by famous [[{{Anarchy}} Anarchist]]-[[SocietyForCreativeAnachronism Anarchist]]-[[UsefulNotes/SocietyForCreativeAnachronism anachronist]]-[[UsefulNotes/{{Economics}} economist]] David Director Friedman and published by Baen Books. As the author puts it, ''Harald'' is 'a fantasy without magic' or 'an alternate history with invented history'. It is notable for featuring wars of logistics as much as battles.
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RetiredBadass Harald Haraldsson]], farmer, sometime commander of the allied armies, and the best storyteller in the Northvales, has a problem. For thirty years, the [[TheKingdom Kingdom of Kaerlia]], [[AmazonBrigade the Order]], and the Vales have together held back TheEmpire. Now the king who forged that alliance is dead. His heir, preferring subjects to allies, is trying to seize control of the Order. Its Lady Commander has vanished.

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RetiredBadass [[RetiredBadass Harald Haraldsson]], farmer, sometime commander of the allied armies, and the best storyteller in the Northvales, has a problem. For thirty years, the [[TheKingdom Kingdom of Kaerlia]], [[AmazonBrigade the Order]], and the Vales have together held back TheEmpire. Now the king who forged that alliance is dead. His heir, preferring subjects to allies, is trying to seize control of the Order. Its Lady Commander has vanished.



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* AlliterativeName: '''H'''arald '''H'''araldsson.
28th Jun '13 6:57:31 PM JIKTV
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RetiredBadass Harald Haraldsson]], farmer, sometime commander of the allied armies, and the best storyteller in the Northvales, has a problem. For thirty years, the [[TheKingdom Kingdom of Kaerlia]], [[AmazonBrigade the Order]], and the Vales have together held back TheEmpire. Now the king who forged that alliance is dead. His heir, preferring subjects to allies, is trying to seize control of the Order. Its Lady Commander has vanished.

To put the alliance back together Harald will have to:

Raise an army from the Vales, where nobody owes allegiance to anyone. Find and rescue the [[ActionGirl Lady Leonora]] -- if she is still alive. End a civil war. Persuade a young king that he is making a very large mistake. And do it all with as little killing as possible. Because he will need every lancer of the Kingdom and every Lady of the Order when the Emperor and [[BadassArmy his legions]], the best infantry in the world, come south again.

But wars are not won only by fighting, even the best infantry in the world has to eat and drink, Harald has a lot of friends, and a story, sometimes, is more useful than a sword.

''Harald'' is the first fictional novel by famous [[{{Anarchy}} Anarchist]]-[[SocietyForCreativeAnachronism anachronist]]-[[UsefulNotes/{{Economics}} economist]] David Director Friedman and published by Baen Books. As the author puts it, ''Harald'' is 'a fantasy without magic' or 'an alternate history with invented history'. It is notable for featuring wars of logistics as much as battles.

It is available [[http://www.webscription.net/p-196-harald.aspx here]].
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* {{Action Girl}}s: Carala, Leonora and arguably Ann.
* BadassFamily: [[ActionGirl Carala]] is [[MamaBear Leonora]] and [[RetiredBadass Harald]]'s daughter.
* RetiredBadass: Harald.
* WhiteAndGreyMorality: [[WordOfGod The author]] has trouble writing villains.
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