The Bruce Trilogy - Nigel Tranter Reviews
Description:ISBN 0340371862 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Nigel Tranter / Paperback / 1047 Pages / Book is published 1985-03-01 by Coronet / Trilogy ... more
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by - written on 08/07/10, updated on 08/07/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I love reading, fairly often I read fictional books, a few classics, some biographies but a friend recommended this to me after a late night discussion on Scottish history and why Braveheart was so wrong (albeit a decent watch which contains one of my favourite ever songs - For the Love of a Princess). Anyway, I digress. The book is massive, reminiscent of the Lord of the Rings trilogy book, which may be off putting to some, however I would say don't be put off. The key to Tranters success with this book is the dialogue and style of writing. Rather than just writing another history book rammed full of facts and dates which for me, never seem to fully stick in ... Read the complete review
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