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by Matthew Lewis
Edition: Paperback
Price: £10.99

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5.0 out of 5 stars Heroes and Villains Brought to Life, 29 April 2014
This review is from: Honour (Paperback)
The sequel to Loyalty, Matt Lewis's tale of the rise and fall of Richard III, immediately engages the reader with an empathy for Richard and those close to his cause. The shifting timeline between the post-Bosworth confusion and the tense court of Henry VIII serves to remind the reader of the long-term impacts of the political turmoil that was the Wars of the Roses. Lewis's skill in creating imagery and depth of character is phenomenal, especially as he is able to manage this whilst maintaining momentum in the story-telling. Eagerly awaiting the next instalment

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5.0 out of 5 stars Rethinking Richard's Reputation, 29 April 2014
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This review is from: Loyalty (Kindle Edition)
From the first chapter of Loyalty Matt Lewis brought to life the refreshingly-complex characters not only of Richard III but also Edward IV, George Duke of Clarence, and Thomas More. As the period has become more 'fashionable' in recent years amongst authors I was wary of venturing into yet another Wars of the Roses-themed novel; however, I was amazed to find inspiration and clever interpretation of historical events which left me not only hurriedly downloading the sequel, Honour, but also imagining the possibility of the events within actually having taken place as Lewis suggests. Loyalty is a clever and engaging tale which brings to life the events of the end of Plantaganet rule.

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