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Charles Gordon Clark, Bromyard, Herefordshire
Whitworth has a way with words that fills each scene, each character and indeed each chapter with such energy and depth of detail that as a reader there is no chance for boredom to set in; as the plot thickens, twists, turns, dives, surprises and shocks you as it carries you along through another impressive medieval tale of how one man finds himself nearly and always unintentionally at the heart of power struggles of the old English kingdoms. Whitworth doesn't rely on lengthly passages about the medieval landscape, architecture, smells and sounds. She gives enough to give a true flavour of where her characters lead us on their journeys but her dialogue is by far the strongest feature of the tale. Even when her characters say nothing at all as readers we still sense and feel what should have been said or why things aren't said.Read more ›
This is a very well written and researched book that entertains, informs and leaves you wanting more.
Very well done and i hope the author has finished the third tale.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I read 'The Bone Thief' a while ago, which was a real page turner. Sequels are always tricky, but the Whitworth explores the twists and turns of early tenth-century politics... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Loved the first one and this one does not disappoint. A compelling story told at a good pace while invoking a sense of place, time and a sensibility very different to our own that... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Creusa
Not as enjoyable as first thought and 've read many historical novels.Published 4 months ago by Miss K Spurr
The hero of the book, Wulfgar, is initially a frustrating character who appears to make the wrong decision all the time however as the two books progress one learns he is... Read morePublished 5 months ago
I enjoyed this book but it did not quite grab
my attention as much as The Bone Thief. If there is a third in the series I will read it though. Well written and researched.