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Dan Jones
Dan Jones is an award-winning historian of the Middle Ages and the New York Times bestselling author of The Plantagenets and The Wars of the Roses. A charismatic television presenter, he has narrated Britain’s Bloodiest Dynasty, a four-part series based onThe Plantagenets, as well as another... show more
Dan Jones is an award-winning historian of the Middle Ages and the New York Times bestselling author of The Plantagenets and The Wars of the Roses. A charismatic television presenter, he has narrated Britain’s Bloodiest Dynasty, a four-part series based onThe Plantagenets, as well as another series about castles in England and France. He is a columnist at the Evening Standard and has contributed to Newsweek, The Daily Beast, Smithsonian, and many other outlets.
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Birth date: 1981-07-27
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markk
markk rated it 2 years ago
My latest podcast is up on the New Books Network website! In it, I interview Dan Jones about his history of the Crusades as told through the lives of the men and women involved with it. Enjoy!
markk
markk rated it 2 years ago
What is there new to say about one of the most frequently written about events in human history? To his credit Dan Jones makes no grandiose claims about a fresh interpretation, but instead approaches the story from the standpoint of some of the key individuals involved: men and women who played a ro...
Eazy Reads
Eazy Reads rated it 6 years ago
This is a review of an advance reader's copy (ARC) provided by Viking Books through the Goodreads Giveaway program.News stories about the 800th anniversary a couple months ago attracted me to this book. I mean I was already vaguely aware it was forced on the hated King John. Plus the Bill of Rights ...
Seriously, Read a Book!
Seriously, Read a Book! rated it 6 years ago
Full disclosure—I undoubtedly read this book too soon after finishing The Tudors. While the overlapping content is minimal, and the authors differ somewhat stylistically, both books are broad sweeping histories featuring lots of kings and queens (many of whom shared the same names). Given that this ...
bookaneer
bookaneer rated it 6 years ago
The Plantagenets by Dan Jones It's no secret that George R. R. Martin based much of his world's politicking on the Plantagenet period.What I learned from this book: the Plantagenets were so batshit crazy that they make the situations in Game of Thrones (ASoIaF) look comparatively mundane.To start wi...
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