Fallen Angels Paperback – 7 Feb 2005
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‘Bernard Cornwell is a literary miracle. Year after year, hail, rain, snow, war and political upheavals fail to prevent him from producing the most entertaining and readable historical novels of his generation.’ Daily Mail
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The streets of Paris run bloodred while in England, the noble Lazenders hide from history's violent storm behind the walls of their opulent little kingdom. But Toby Lazender, the family's heir, is hunting the brutal murderers of the woman he loved in revolution-torn France, leaving Lazen Castle vulnerable to secret cabal of assassins conspiring to bring the chaos across the channel. There is an obstacle, however, to the Fallen Angels' dark plan: Toby's sister, Lady Campion Lazender. Drawn by a mysterious horseman into a realm of fascination and desire, she sees treachery everywhere and her heart could be leading her to destruction . . . by the hand of the only man she dares to trust." --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
Both are fantastic novels. Well written, literate, absorbing,
It's been great to revisit the Lazender family after some 20
years, & replace my very shoddy originals.
No spoilers here. Just buy the books,they're wonderful !
It was a page turner, a roller coaster ride and interesting slant on late 18th century social life in France and England. Some of the characters seemed a bit 2 dimensional, others were well drawn. I thought the romantic elements as bit cringy in parts. Shall read again- I think I read it too fast to appreciate some of the finer points of plot, so shall read it again. It was enjoyable enough for a second read.
Bernard Cornwell is a fabulous writer and this book certainly lives up to his well earned reputation.
I listened to the audio recording read by Anna Bentink and have read the book, both are equally superb, but I prefered to read this one myself due to the readers voice which I don't think quite fitted the story. Either way though if you like historical novels with plot twist after plot twist, you'll love this one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A straight forward story, nicely tied but independent from the other Campion novel. Writing flows nicely at house the plot is not one of his best, it's all fairly simple and easy... Read morePublished 3 months ago by puddle1001
Excellent gripping page turner that puts you into another era with sometimes breath stopping effect, plot, characterisation, and tension throughout. Read morePublished 4 months ago by mark lloyd
A great story which keeps you on the edge of your seat right through to the end. Very very goodPublished 6 months ago by Ian Morris
I throughly enjoyed this book. The twists and turns, not believing what was written. I did not want the book to finish.Published 8 months ago by S P Smith
Totally unbelievable tale, it was not a better thing that anyone had done before etc etc but a grotesque bodice ripper.Published 9 months ago by D. H. Sacof
i agree that this book doesn't much read like a bernard cornwall novel, more like barbara cartland - but i feel as though alijill, frankie & me must have read different books! Read morePublished 11 months ago by bookworm