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The Reckoning By Sharon Penman

The Reckoning
by Sharon Penman

Presents the major figures the splendid dominant King of England, Edward I, and The Great Llewellyn II, Prince of Wales. This book details the political machinations of Edward against the Welsh and the Scots, together with Llewellyn's struggle to control the recalcitrant Welsh Princes.
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The Reckoning Summary


The Reckoning by Sharon Penman

This book completes the splendid sequence of novels on the struggle between the independent Welsh Princes and the growing English strength which began with Here be Dragons, continued with Falls the Shadow and is now completed with The Reckoning. The major figures in The Reckoning are the splendid dominant King of England, Edward I, and The Great Llewellyn II, Prince of Wales. His long love affair and eventual marriage with Ellen, daughter of Simon De Montfort, provides the strong emotional interest in the book, while the political machinations of Edward against the Welsh and the Scots, together with Llewellyn's struggle to control the recalcitrant Welsh Princes provides the political and military drama.

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About Sharon Penman


Sharon Penman is one of the most popular historical novelists writing today. Her bestselling story of Richard III, The Sunne in Splendour, was published in 1982 and her acclaimed Welsh trilogy, Here Be Dragons, Falls the Shadow and The Reckoning, was similarly successful. Time and Chance is the second in a trilogy that opened with When Christ and His Saints Slept (1994). Sharon Penman has travelled widely on both sides of the Atlantic researching her work. She lives in New Jersey.

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GOR001245120
The Reckoning by Sharon Penman
Sharon Penman
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Penguin Books Ltd
1992-06-25
592
0140113258
9780140113259
N/A
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