1415. Peace hangs in the balance for England and France. But when the young King Henry V leads an army to northern France, the bloody fighting must begin once more.
For archer and outlaw Nicholas Hook, a position in the king’s army means freedom and a chance to live among the men he most respects: the English archers. And on the morning of St Crispins’s Day, outranked and outnumbered by the French, they must fight in the face of certain defeat.