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Wars of the Roses: Ravenspur

Rise of the Tudors
Autor: Conn Iggulden
Sprecher: Roy McMillan
Serie: Wars of the Roses, Titel 4
Spieldauer: 13 Std. und 28 Min.
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Penguin presents the unabridged downloadable audiobook edition of Ravenspur by Conn Iggulden, read by Roy McMillan.

The fourth and final novel in Conn Iggulden's epic Wars of the Roses series. The season of vengeance has begun.

©2016 Conn Iggulden (P)2016 Penguin Random House UK

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Praise for the Wars of the Roses series: "Superbly plotted and paced." ( The Times)
"Pacey and juicy, and packed with action." ( Sunday Times)
"It's been said that Game of Thrones is the Wars of the Roses written as fantasy: this is the real thing, more glorious, more passionate, far, far more gritty." (Manda Scott, best-selling author of Boudica)
"Energetic, competent stuff; Iggulden knows his material and his audience." ( Independent)
"A novel that seamlessly combines narrative, historical credence and great knowledge of the period." ( Daily Express)
"A page-turning thriller." ( Mail on Sunday)

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This trilogy is a must...

... for anyone who has interest in the fascinating period of the wars of the roses. The story is been told overwhelmingly good, and from so different points of view - "a Shakespearerean approach", which makes the book a real pleasure to "experience", not only because of the extremely good reading of Mr McMillan.