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A unique novel, looking at one the greatest battles, a battle that was a turning point in history, from many points of view, by a master storyteller. Bernard Cornwell has been thinking about this subject for years. He has long wanted to write a ... Continua
Ha scritto il 26/02/10
It's hard to describe whether this is a book more suitable for men or women. It does spend extensive time describing battle scenes, but not in the way of Virgil or Homer where his every sword thrust (and those of his father and grandfather) are ..." Continua...
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Ha scritto il 21/02/10
SPOILER ALERT
This is the first time that I read (okay, listen to) a book simply because I like the reader. Agincourt is read by Charles Keating, who read The Lighthouse and The Murder Room and Death in Holy Orders by P.D. James. His voice is affectionate without ..." Continua...
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Ha scritto il 16/12/09
wonderful
I wonder why they don't make movies out of books like this.Sure there's the "Sharpe" series for those who live in Great Britain, but I'm sure that it would be great to translate epic history novels (like these that Cornwell writes so well) into epic ..." Continua...
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Ha scritto il 27/01/09
A Master
I would read anything that Cromwell writes. He weaves a magnificent story into historical events as per usual.
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