Fight Boredom With Five Free Books From Osprey

March 31, 2020 by avernos

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If you missed out on last week's five free books fear not for Osprey Publishing are giving you the chance to broaden your gaming horizons and use your time off to good effect with another Five Free eBooks

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This weeks pick of the crop covers four centuries of warfare, as well as straddling naval, land, and air. Once again you can get any or all of the books on the page in either epub of PDF forms. Simply add your preferred format to the cart and when you go to the checkout stick FREEBOOKS2 in the coupon discount box on the bottom left. On the payment screen select No Payment Information Required and just like that you'll be gifted days of reading material to tide you over.

I top two for this week has got to be

samurai 1550-1600

Everyone loves Samurai and this covers the period after the introduction of black powder weaponry, handy if anyone decides to make a new range of plastics and an expansion for a warband game that I love... and

quatre bras

I have the original Waterloo Campaign book, but in 2015 Osprey replaced it with 3 books covering one of the most important battles to happen on european soil in far greater detail. So this is an excellent opportunity for me to have a look at what they've done and decide if I need to retire my old copy and upgrade it to something superior.

While the others don't immediately click with me they may prove interesting, and who knows with games like Blood & Valor shipping the Czech Legion may become a much more important book to me this year.

The link and code are available until Sunday night, so don't be shy of taking them up on their offer, but be aware that the Osprey Servers have taken a hammering due to the popularity of it, so be patient you have plenty of time to get them in your cart.

The Hawker Hurricane was a better plane than the Spitfire Change my mind!

"This weeks pick of the crop covers four centuries of warfare, as well as straddling naval, land, and air. Once again you can get any or all of the books"

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