The Greatest Knight

The Greatest Knight

Book - 2006
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Historical fact and fiction are entwined in this engrossing story about the infamous William Marshal. He was the penniless young knight who was plucked from obscurity to become a royal favourite and went on to be described as 'the true Lancelot'. This is the fascinating fictionalised story of the jealousies, romance and conflict within the royal court that led to him becoming a forgotten hero.
Publisher: London : Time Warner Books, 2006, c2005
Edition: Pbk. ed. --
ISBN: 9780751536607
0751536601
Branch Call Number: FIC Chadw 3558
Characteristics: 552 p

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m2 Dec 10, 2012

Another really solid offering with GREAT research by this author. I am following the whole sequence of books and am about to start next one. I loved William Marshal's dad's story in the previous book a touch better.

Enjoy.

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