The Wild Hunt - Elizabeth Chadwick Reviews
Description:ISBN 0751540269 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Elizabeth Chadwick / Paperback / 352 Pages / Book is published 2008-12-04 by Sphere
Newest Review: ... are well liked by the reader. The Wild Hunt is no exception Based on the time shortly after 1066 where raiding parties ... more
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Elizabeth Chadwick The Wild Hunt
Pages: 352, Edition: New edition, Paperback, Sphere
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by - written on 02/06/10 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Elizabeth Chadwich is a prolific author of historical novels and The Wild Hunt is her first novel to be published. Since then Chadwick has written many novels and this edition of The Wild Hunt has been reworked and rewritten by the author to improve the story. What type of book does Chadwick write? Chadwick writes historical novels which are brought to life by her eye for details. She bases stories around periods in history which were interesting and are normally between the 10th and 14th Century. Often characters are at least loosely based on real historical figures but Chadwick has a real talent for bringing characters to life. She creates ... Read the complete review
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