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  1. Robin Carter Robin Carter says:

    ReviewThis is the 3rd book in this excellent series from Toby Clements, a series that has always surprised me from page one I will admit to being fairly easy when it comes to a decent Historical Fiction book, give me a decent battle, with a good build up and great characters i can enjoy and i m a happy reader Conn Iggulden has done this period recently and just completed his series with Ravenspur, as ever he has dramatic prose and sweeping scenery and all the major players, the knights and lor ReviewThis is the 3rd book in this excellent series from Toby Clements, a series that has always surprised me from page one I will admit to being fairly easy when it comes to a decent Historical Fiction book, give me a decent battle, with a good build up and great characters i can enjoy and i m a happy reader Conn Iggulden has done this period recently and just completed his series with Ravenspur, as ever he has dramatic prose and sweeping scenery and all the major players, the knights and lords and kings and queens Toby on the other hand brings the same story down to aearthly level, to the common man and woman caught up in events beyond his her control, buffeted by the winds of power that change with the fickle moods of royalty and betrayal.for full review


  2. Kate Kate says:

    I love this series and Divided Souls is, without doubt, the best of them all A fantastic achievement.


  3. Debbie Lamb Debbie Lamb says:

    I absolutely love this series and book 3 doesn t disappoint Yet again, a superb reconstruction of a complex situation in English history that takes all your wits to follow who is who at the best of times The protagonists are beautifully crafted by the author as are the others that drift in and out of their lives The adventure presents a highly plausible set of circumstances, exquisitely interweaving fact and fiction amidst the battles and political intrigue of the era I cannot wait to inhale I absolutely love this series and book 3 doesn t disappoint Yet again, a superb reconstruction of a complex situation in English history that takes all your wits to follow who is who at the best of times The protagonists are beautifully crafted by the author as are the others that drift in and out of their lives The adventure presents a highly plausible set of circumstances, exquisitely interweaving fact and fiction amidst the battles and political intrigue of the era I cannot wait to inhale the next episode of this fabulous tale I am missing the characters already


  4. Ice Bear Ice Bear says:

    We follow the tales of the ordinary men and women as they get caught up in the strife that is the war of the roses We dip in and out of the machinations of the Kingmaker and the Kings and feel the tale is replete.


  5. Mieczyslaw Kasprzyk Mieczyslaw Kasprzyk says:

    This has been a superb series and, indeed, up to the very end, it read like the last in the series as threads were brought together and conclusions reached so, surprise, surprise I m glad it s not over I ve enjoyed it tremendously.


  6. Clemens Schoonderwoert Clemens Schoonderwoert says:

    After having read the first two volumes of the Kingmaker series, I have to admit that this 3rd instalment is just as exciting and gripping as its two predecessors.The book contains a wonderful described author s note at the end of the book, while at the beginning there is a real lifelike interwoven Family Tree of the Houses of Lancaster, York and Tudor, as from King Edward III, and you ll find a list of historical characters who are featuring in this delightful book.Wonderful storytelling make After having read the first two volumes of the Kingmaker series, I have to admit that this 3rd instalment is just as exciting and gripping as its two predecessors.The book contains a wonderful described author s note at the end of the book, while at the beginning there is a real lifelike interwoven Family Tree of the Houses of Lancaster, York and Tudor, as from King Edward III, and you ll find a list of historical characters who are featuring in this delightful book.Wonderful storytelling makes this book such a great joy to read, simply because the author has made it possible to produce well believable characters, whether real or fictional, who in these hard and brutal times come vividly to life within this tale with real lifelike reasoning, decisions and actions towards family, friends and foe.Within all these circumstances and surroundings, it is there where we find our main fictional characters, Thomas and Katherine of Marton Hall, who have their own tribulations and hardships to endure during this period of time within the Wars of the Roses.The book has now moved on to the year AD 1469, and England in turmoil with Edward of York as King on the throne, and the Lancastrian claimants in exile or locked up in the Tower.At the same time our Kingmaker , the Earl of Warwick, is plotting and scheming against his former ally and now enemy King Edward IV, in making the King prisoner at some stage but finally releasing him for some unclear reasons, but to thwart the King one final time he ll make one last throw of the dice by allowing the King s brother, George, the Duke of Clarence, to marry his daughter Isobel.What will follow is a gripping story of love and hate, of loyalty and betrayal, and of victory and defeat in this intriguing world of power, lust, greed and Kingship.Fully recommended, for this is a tremendous tale and thus in my opinion A Very Thrilling Sequel


  7. Cerisaye Cerisaye says:

    I am enjoying this series, a gripping story set during the tumultuous times of the Wars of the Roses that follows the adventures of Thomas and Katherine, an ordinary couple struggling to survive against fierce odds I doubt The books work well as standalone and should be read in order They crack on at considerable pace and include graphic descriptions of battles and medical procedures The history is solid, with emphasis very much On ordinary folk and how they suffer as the rich and powerful jo I am enjoying this series, a gripping story set during the tumultuous times of the Wars of the Roses that follows the adventures of Thomas and Katherine, an ordinary couple struggling to survive against fierce odds I doubt The books work well as standalone and should be read in order They crack on at considerable pace and include graphic descriptions of battles and medical procedures The history is solid, with emphasis very much On ordinary folk and how they suffer as the rich and powerful jostle for position and privilege in the on going civil war conflict between supporters of Lancaster and York The villains are BAD and Thomas and Catherine do seem to suffer inordinately from bad luck, unfortunate encounters and just being in the wrong place at the wrong time however it would be pretty boring if they didnt I like how the romance aspect is understated and the focus on action, politics and events The writing is good, and characters nicely developed The close of this third book certainly makes me want to pick up the fourth, and I believe final, novel ASAP, to find out what happens next


  8. Paula Lofting Paula Lofting says:

    This is for the Audible version.Great story, though at times seems a little implausible.Read well, the narrator was good with his different accents, and there wasn t one of his voices that grated on me The plot throughout the series is clever and I m looking forward to reading the next in the series.The thing about this book that stops me from giving it 5 stars is the present tense, which i have no problem with this per se when done well, but the constant head hopping really jars One minute I This is for the Audible version.Great story, though at times seems a little implausible.Read well, the narrator was good with his different accents, and there wasn t one of his voices that grated on me The plot throughout the series is clever and I m looking forward to reading the next in the series.The thing about this book that stops me from giving it 5 stars is the present tense, which i have no problem with this per se when done well, but the constant head hopping really jars One minute I m getting Thomas point of view, the next its Katherine s I think I would have preferred this book written in past tense though its not my call to make The other thing that diminishes the enjoyment slightly is that its extremely depressing There is little light and shade, and Katherine goes around carving people up and chopping off limbs and it seems a little far fethced sometimes that nobody dies from it Other than those complaints, its a great book Considering its Mr Clements first series its an epic success


  9. Maia Maia says:

    a lot quieter than previous 2 because action is faster, sprinting from one situation to another quickly in between, andimprobable, it was as well written as the previous two but i would recommend it to people who have already read those rather than stand alone, whereas those two stand alone well Fast read, gripping as usual Learning the whole history of the wars of the roses they re the new Tudors, what with Game of Thrones and reading Barbara Tuchman


  10. Laureen Laureen says:

    I just loved this series I fell in love with the characters Thomas Katherine from the first book The writing is wonderful and so is the backdrop research as well as it could be It is easy reading but very well written, just how I like it like but quite gruesome, beware I highly recommend this series to historical fiction lovers I am hopeful there will be a 4th book which, going from the 3rd, is highly probable I just loved this series I fell in love with the characters Thomas Katherine from the first book The writing is wonderful and so is the backdrop research as well as it could be It is easy reading but very well written, just how I like it like but quite gruesome, beware I highly recommend this series to historical fiction lovers I am hopeful there will be a 4th book which, going from the 3rd, is highly probable


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Divided Souls An enthralling adventure story, honest and powerful The Wars of the Roses are imagined here with energy, with ferocity, with hunger to engage the reader Hilary MantelLent, The recent wars between the House of York and the House of Lancaster seem over The Yorkist King Edward sits on his throne in Westminster, while the Lancastrian claimants are in exile or under lock and key in the TowerBut within the family of York there is discord The Earl of Warwick conspires against his King, and while to one another s faces they are all smiles, their household men speak in lies and whispersNo man comes to court unarmedThomas and Katherine have returned to Marton Hall, the only home they knowBut what lies buried in the past cannot remain so for long, and soon they are forced to take up arms once in one of the most savage wars in historyThe Wars of the Roses [EPUB] ✼ The End (The 30-Day Collective Book 1) ✿ Ellen A. Easton – 9facts.co.uk honest and powerful The Wars of the Roses are imagined here with energy ➽ [Download] ✤ The Light Over London By Julia Kelly ➲ – 9facts.co.uk with ferocity [Ebook] ➣ Cell By Robin Cook – 9facts.co.uk with hunger to engage the reader Hilary MantelLent ❰Download❯ ➺ Braving the Wilderness Author Brené Brown – 9facts.co.uk The recent wars between the House of York and the House of Lancaster seem over The Yorkist King Edward sits on his throne in Westminster [Ebook] ➣ Lightning / Midnight / The Bad Place By Dean Koontz – 9facts.co.uk while the Lancastrian claimants are in exile or under lock and key in the TowerBut within the family of York there is discord The Earl of Warwick conspires against his King ❴Read❵ ➳ A Cidade Das Trevas (Dean Koontzs Frankenstein, Author Dean Koontz – 9facts.co.uk and while to one another s faces they are all smiles [BOOKS] ⚣ Iron Council (New Crobuzon, By China Miéville – 9facts.co.uk their household men speak in lies and whispersNo man comes to court unarmedThomas and Katherine have returned to Marton Hall [KINDLE] ❅ Big Magic By Elizabeth Gilbert – 9facts.co.uk the only home they knowBut what lies buried in the past cannot remain so for long [BOOKS] ✭ Bloody Acquisitions (Fred, the Vampire Accountant, By Drew Hayes – 9facts.co.uk and soon they are forced to take up arms once in one of the most savage wars in historyThe Wars of the Roses