The English Slave was awarded a Five-Star review, their highest rating, by Readers' Favorite! See what reviewers are saying about The English Slave:
"Get ready for an exciting ride into a historical setting that will blow your mind...David Eugene Andrews' debut novel is a masterpiece...powerful prose...characters leap off the pages...wonderful craft of great dialogue...reads like a great movie....I couldn't put it aside for a moment."
- Romuald Dzemo, for Reader's Favorite
"...an intriguing look at some of the real life events in the life of Captain John Smith...events come alive through dialogue and the relationships...writing style is engaging...vivid imagery...very interesting glimpse into history."
- Gisela Dixon, for Reader's Favorite
"We immediately jump into the thick of things, and Andrews keeps up the intense, engaging action." - reviewed by J. Aislynn d'Merricksson, posted in the San Francisco Book Review and the Seattle Book Review
Written by David Eugene Andrews
THE ENGLISH SLAVE An Epic Story of Love and War, Rebellion and Power, Religion and Beauty In his historical novel The English Slave, author David Eugene Andrews solves a 400 year-old mystery—the true identity of the beautiful Turkish noblewoman who received Captain John Smith as a slave.
Based on Captain Smith’s personal memoirs, The English Slave tells how Smith—sorely wounded while fighting for the Holy Roman Empire in Eastern Europe—was sold into slavery at Axiopolis, an Ottoman border town on the lower Danube. The Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire, Hasan the Fruiterer purchases Smith and sends him in chains to Stamboul to be delivered to Hasan’s bride-to-be, a young widow named Aisha, Sister of the Sultan, who is instructed to sell him for ransom.
Aisha quickly learns Capitano John Smith is no ordinary slave. Speaking to him in Italian, she recounts how her betrothed beat him on the battlefield. Captain John Smith vehemently protests: no one has ever defeated him in single combat. Beautiful Aisha faces a dilemma: if the Capitano’s words are true, then her fiancé lied to her. What will she do? Aisha must discover the truth about Captain John Smith and the man she is destined to marry.
Part of a multi-book series. Available now.
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2020-2021: All events postponed due to COVID19.
December 7, 2019
Barnes & Noble
Long Beach, California
Join author David Eugene Andrews for an engaging speech, informative Q & A session, and first book signing for his debut novel, The English Slave, the first in his Empires and Kingdoms historical fiction series.
Barnes & Noble
6326 E. Pacific Coast Hwy.
Long Beach, CA 90803
4:30 - 6 PM
July 25-27, 2019
Adamo Press Book Signing
Adamo Press will be hosting an author table at the California State Fair where you can purchase a copy of Losing Dad by Amanda LaPera and get it signed!
California State Fair
1600 Exposition Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95815
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