The Falcons Of Montabard
Publish date: 2007
Pages no: 473
Edition language: English
**Review coming soon**
Young Sabin FitzSimon narrowly avoids the sinking of The White Ship because he’s with one of the mistresses of the king. King’s men find him and after his beating he wakes up finding out the ship has went down and the woman died. Sabin goes to a tavern to drown his sorrow and he gets into a fight wh...
Chadwick writes history that takes you there, from the major events to the day to day life, it's engrossing, interesting and feels very much THERE! One is rarely disappointed with her books.This one takes you to Outremer and the crusades, as we follow Sabin through his journey to becoming the man he...
The first 2/3 of the book started out nicely. Lots of different things going on--new things to learn. Towards the last 1/3, though, the story just got boring. It seemed to focus more on waiting, waiting to go to battle, and going to battle. Even the ending was not something spectacular. The love sto...
I have to say that I was ambivalent regarding this book the entire time reading it. I had heard good things about the author and this particular book so I was hopeful. However, in the end the book just did not interest me enough. The first part of the book was promising, however, the middle and end ...
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