Tag: Conn Iggulden

Review: Ravenspur by Conn Iggulden

Review: Ravenspur by Conn Iggulden

‘He summoned his will to be cruel, to tell Edward they had no choice but to run, that they were in the wrong place, in the wrong season and that Warwick had already won… ‘Very well, Edward. I will ride with you, one more time.” It’s definitely a sign of a great series when you read the last book and are genuinely gutted that it’s over, and that’s how I felt when I finished Conn Iggulden’s Ravenspur. I didn’t actually realise it was the last book in the series until half way through… Read more »

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Review: Bloodline by Conn Iggulden

Review: Bloodline by Conn Iggulden

”I will be king,’ Edward said, his voice rising in volume and strength. ‘And I will be king tonight.” Warning: Spoilers for the first two books (if you don’t already know the history of the War of the Roses anyway!). I finally finished it! Hallelujah! If anyone read my post last week about being a mood reader, you’ll know why finishing this book is such a big deal. Although it was a great book, I seemed to get halfway through and suddenly decide that actually, I wasn’t really feeling the whole historical… Read more »

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Review: Trinity by Conn Iggulden

Review: Trinity by Conn Iggulden

‘’You are my king,’ York said softly. ‘I ask only to stand at your side. You need good counsel, cousin. You need me.’ Quite a while ago, I read the first book in Conn Iggulden’s War of the Roses series and loved it. Whilst I have read loads of novels about the Tudor period, the War of the Roses is an area of history I know less about, and the story of Henry VI and how the strife between the houses of York and Lancaster began was fascinating. And things… Read more »

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