Devil's Brood - Sharon Kay Penman Reviews
Description:ISBN 0399155260 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Sharon Kay Penman / Hardcover / 752 Pages / Book is published 2008-10-02 by Putnam Adult
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by - written on 16/08/09, updated on 16/08/09 (Very useful, 98 readings)
The devils brood by Sharon Penman was a book I borrowed from the library last week. Having read several of her other books I was pleased to see this one in our local library. This is the Third book in the Henry the II and Eleanor of Aquitaine trilogy. The other books are When Christ and His Saints Slept and Time and Chance About the author ******************* Sharon Penman was born on the August 13, 1945 in New York. She is an American historical novelist, of Anglo-Irish ancestry. She is most well known for her novels and mysteries about English and Welsh royalty during the Middle Ages. She is know for her for meticulous research of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/09 (Very useful, 82 readings)
Sometimes I imagine my house is a castle. My neighbours are subjected to my tough, but fair rule. I give out alms to the poor, and i have even founded a leper hospital, over in the village beyond the playground. Sometimes, people try to attack my castle. Fortunately, I have fantastic military skills. I usually send my Welsh long-bowers out before me, and they usually thin the numbers of the opposition. If that fails, I climb upon my trusty steed, and advance, with my sword in one hand, and my shield on the other. On the field, I am a fair opponent. I only kill if needs must. Otherwise I capture my opponents, and hostage them, picking up a hefty ransom for ... Read the complete review
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