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1942, Nazi-occupied France. Sandrine, a spirited and courageous nineteen-year-old, finds herself drawn into a Resistance network in Carcassonne - codenamed 'Citadel' - a group of ordinary women who are prepared to risk everything for what is right. When she meets Raoul, they discover a shared passion for the cause, for their homeland, and for each other.

But in a world where the enemy now lies in every shadow - where neighbour informs on neighbour; where friends disappear without warning and often without trace - love can demand the highest price of all . . .

'A thrilling adventure and a truly epic love story' The Times

'A deeply satisfying literary adventure, brimming with romance, treachery and cliff-hangers' Observer

BOOK THREE OF THE LANGUEDOC TRILOGY. Now fully revised and updated

Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
ISBN: 9781474625920
Number of pages: 912
Weight: 620 g
Dimensions: 196 x 130 x 58 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

A lovely, fat, comfy wodge of a book, packed with suspense and romance ... A thrilling adventure and a truly epic love story

-- Kate Saunders * THE TIMES *

A breathtaking tale of daring and sacrifice that makes a triumphant finale to Mosse's Languedoc trilogy

-- Fanny Blake * WOMAN & HOME *

The much-anticipated third part of Kate Mosse's Languedoc trilogy is finally here ... This action-packed epic contains everything we've come to expect - mystery, adventure and long-buried secrets just waiting to be uncovered

-- Book of the Month * GOOD HOUSEKEEPING *

A deeply satisfying literary adventure, brimming with all the romance, treachery and cliffhangers you would expect from the genre. It is also steeped in a passion for the region, its history and legends, and that magical shadow world where the two meet

* OBSERVER *

Nobody beats Mosse for local texture and atmosphere. As the call to the resistance sounds over the land, she orchestrates a shattering climax

* SUNDAY TIMES *
Mosse has a masterly feel for time and place . . . A remarkable achievement * Daily Express *

Expect an energetic mystery about Nazi-occupied France

* EASY LIVING *

A suitably thumping and satisfying conclusion to Mosse's world-conquering Languedoc trilogy

* READER'S DIGEST *

Mosse's writing is so evocative you can almost feel the Midi sun on her characters necks, as well as the frantic beating of their hearts

* MAIL ON SUNDAY *

It's a proper adventure story, engrossing and packed with suspense at every turn of the page

* METRO *

As with it's predecessors, the deeper theme of Citadel is the fight against the evil of intolerance. Mosse's descriptions of the majestic stone ruins of Carcassonne and the idyllic landscape around it shimmer with authenticity

* INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY *

Citadel, the concluding volume of Mosse's French Trilogy, is also her best ... Fans can expect a passionate finale to a series rooted in a region where history and legend lock horns

* INDEPENDENT *

The sense of setting and period seeps from every page ... we live through plucky Sandrine's life and loves in the French Resistance, all the way to the powerful and utterly shattering end.

* STAR magazine *

As with the first two books a touch of the gothic and a dash of the occult run through the writing, but the balance between the distant and recent past is here at its best

-- Elizabeth Buchan * SUNDAY TIMES *

Infused with local atmosphere and featuring a wealth of fascinating historical information, the novel combines a thrilling adventure with an epic love story

* FRANCE MAGAZINE *

The thrilling conclusion to her Languedoc trilogy . . . a mix of Girls Own adventure and wrenching war history

* Sunday Times *

Full of action, romance and supernatural mystery, it cracks along at a great pace, making it an engaging and easy read

* Emerald Street *
a deeply satisfying literary adventure, brimming with all the romance, treachery and cliffhangers you would expect from the genre. It is also steeped in a passion for the region, its history and legends, and that magical shadow world where the two meet * THE OBSERVER *
Nobody beats Mosse for local texture and atmosphere. As the call to the resistance sounds over the land, she orchestrates a shattering climax * SUNDAY TIMES *
A remarkable achievement * DAILY EXPRESS *
Expect an energetic mystery about Nazi-occupied France * EASY LIVING *
A suitably thumping and satisfying conclusion to Mosse's world-conquering Languedoc trilogy * READER'S DIGEST *
Mosse's writing is so evocative you can almost feel the Midi sun on her characters necks, as well as the frantic beating of their hearts * MAIL ON SUNDAY *
With her Languedoc trilogy Kate Mosse has firmly established herself as the go-to girl for blockbuster time-slip romantic adventure ... Citadel, the final book of the three, follows Labyrinth and Sepulchre and is epic in scope ... It's a proper adventure story, engrossing and packed with suspense at every turn of the page. * METRO *
As with it's predecessors, the deeper theme of Citadel is the fight against the evil of intolerance. Mosse's descriptions of the majestic stone ruins of Carcassonne and the idyllic landscape around it shimmer with authenticity * INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY *
Citadel, the concluding volume of Mosse's French Trilogy, is also her best ... Fans can expect a passionate finale to a series rooted in a region where history and legend lock horns * INDEPENDENT *
The sense of setting and period seeps from every page ... we live through plucky Sandrine's life and loves in the French Resistance, all the way to the powerful and utterly shattering end. * STAR magazine *
As with the first two books a touch of the gothic and a dash of the occult run through the writing, but the balance between the distant and recent past is here at its best ... nobody beats Mosse for local texture and atmospherics. -- Elizabeth Buchan * SUNDAY TIMES *

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“Fantastic End to a Wonderful Series”

At last, I got my mitts on a copy of the final part of Kate Mosse's Languedoc trilogy. Citadel was published by Orion in October, it's been a long 5 year wait for this one. Historical fiction has never been... More

Hardback edition
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“Well worth its weight”

You don't need to have read the previous books in this series to enjoy Citadel - but you may enjoy it more if you have!
Kate Mosse has once again produced a superb book - great clarity and conviction, you soon... More

Hardback edition
Helpful? Upvote 46

“poorest book of the three”

Was waiting for this book for so long but what a huge disappointment. Very long winded and frankly boring. Compared to her other books this was very poorly written

Hardback edition
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