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G microcosm of the times Born of noble blood and legendary lineage he is one of the nine founders of the Knights Templar and a survivor of the fearsome battles of the Crusader States in the Holy LandHarold is loyal warrior in the cause of the Empress Matilda On his broad shoulders Harold carries the legacy of England's past and its dormant hopes for the futur. don t get fooled by the title or the book cover it lacks the action it promised and felt inclined to discuss the romantic escapades of harold Thesaurus of the Senses romantic escapades of harold

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Anarchy Making of England #3

Nry II's mother the Empress Matilda and her cousin Stephen; a time so traumatic it becomes known as the AnarchyThe greatest letter writer of the 12th Century Folio gives an intimate account of one of England's most troubled eras Central to his account is the life of a knight he first met over fifty years earlier Harold of HerefordHarold's life is an intriguin.

summary Anarchy Making of England #3

Anarchy is the knuckle whitening third novel in Stewart Binns' The Making of England seriesRuthless brutality greed and ambition the AnarchyThe year is 1186 the thirty second year of the reign of Henry IIGilbert Foliot Bishop of London has lived through long Henry's reign and that of his grandfather Henry I He has witnessed the terrifying civil war between He. Anarchy by Stewart Binns is a powerfully told story through the eyes of a 12th century letter named Folio The tale he tells is about a remarkable man named Harold of Hereford Of noble blood Harold is one of nine knights who founded the Knights Templar Harold is a savvy cunning and talented knight who throws his full support and loyalty behind Empress MatildaThe plot moves at a fast pace with plenty of intrigue conflict and well drawn out scenes that kept me flipping pages to learn what happens next The novel s characters are portrayed humanly with all their faults and virtues making them very real in the reader s eyes The author is exceptional at storytelling It is gripping and authentic while he expertly weaves in historical details pertaining to this period in England s rich history Even Robert of Hode aka Robin Hood makes an appearance with


10 thoughts on “Anarchy Making of England #3

  1. says:

    One of the thing's that is beginning to increasingly annoy me about fiction historical fiction is particular is it seems to

  2. says:

    Set out as uite a few books set in this period are by someone telling the story of someone else or someone telling their sto

  3. says:

    Anarchy by Stewart Binns is a powerfully told story through the eyes of a 12th century letter named Folio The tale he tells is about a remarkable man named Harold of Hereford Of noble blood Harold is one of nine knights who founded the Knights Templar Harold is a savvy cunning and talented knight who throws his full support and loyalty behind Empress MatildaThe plot moves at a fast pace with plenty of intrigue conflict and well d

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    Harold of Hereford is a man born of history and will grow up with the destiny of England in his graspDescended from a line of English heroes who have all fought for English liberty from Norman rule he must learn the ways of a warrior if he is to continue the fightSent from England to hone his skills in the war torn Christian states of the Middle East Harold and his loyal retainer Eadmer first travel to Venice to enlist in the Dog

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    ReviewAnarchyIt’s such an apt name for the time period of this book and one I’m ashamed to know little aboutThis title by Stewart Binns is something on the surface I should have found fault with should have picked hol

  6. says:

    Great historical novel which gives a vivid account of 50 years in the life of knight and adventurer Harold of Hereford A definite page turner I felt drawn right into that world I already knew a bit about the crusades the Knights Templar and some of the key events mentioned but I had no idea just how brutal and chaotic t

  7. says:

    Darn good yarn from Stewart BinnsHe's managed to cram just about every English hero from the middle ages into one story from Hereward

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    A must read for all fans of historic novels

  9. says:

    don't get fooled by the title or the book cover it lacks the action it promised and felt inclined to discuss the romantic escapades of harold

  10. says:

    My least favourite of the Making of England series Lionheart was much better

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