Kingmaker: Winter Pilgrims: (Book 1) - Kingmaker (Paperback)
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Kingmaker: Winter Pilgrims: (Book 1) - Kingmaker (Paperback)

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'An enthralling adventure story, honest and powerful. The Wars of the Roses are imagined here with energy, with ferocity, with hunger to engage the reader.' Hilary Mantel

FEBRUARY 1460

In the bitter dawn of a winter's morning, a young man and a woman escape from a priory.

Fearing for their lives, they are forced to flee across a land ravaged by conflict.

For this England, torn apart by the infamous Wars of the Roses, one of the most savage and bloody civil wars in history.

Brother confronts brother. King faces king,

And Thomas and Katherine, two seemingly unimportant figures in the midst of chaos and bloodshed, must fight just to stay alive ...

Publisher: Cornerstone
ISBN: 9780099585879
Number of pages: 576
Weight: 394 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 34 mm


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Magnificent. An historical tour de force, revealing Clements to be a novelist every bit as good as Cornwell, Gregory or Iggulden. Kingmaker is the best book I've read this year by some margin. * Ben Kane *
It's amazing ... there's a real sense of time and place, and real immersion in the period, real rounded characters, with utterly plausible lives. Fantastic! People who love Conn Iggulden and Bernard Cornwell are going to love it too. * Manda Scott *
Toby Clements captures the grimness, grit and grime of 15th-century life, but with compassion and humanity, as seen through the eyes of common people ... period detail is wonderfully accurate as are the setpiece skirmishes and bloodbath at Towton. * Daily Mail *
It is Clements's ability to excite both tender emotions and a capacity for bloodthirstiness that has allowed him to achieve what Shakespeare couldn't manage, and spin a consistently enthralling story out of the Wars of the Roses. * Daily Telegraph *
Clements truly lets rip with the poleaxes, billhooks and glaives, sparing no detail as he recreates the blood and thunder of the battlefield ... But mere retro-bloodfest this is not - amid the butchery emerges a tender, heroic love story. * The Sun *

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Bookdragon Sean

“ brutally real”

This book has thrilling characters, brilliant battle scenes and well established historical foundations. The opening is immediate and swift. From early on in the book we know what to expect, as a reader, and from the... More

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