[Ebook] ↠ Broken Faith (Kingmaker, #2) Author Toby Clements – Writerscompany.co.uk

Broken Faith (Kingmaker, #2) England October, 1463.The Great Slaughter Of The Battle Of Towton Is Two Years Past, But England Is Still Not At Peace The Northern Parts Of The Land Remain In The Hands Of The Lancastrian King, While In The South, The Princes Of The House Of York Prepare For War.Uneasy Alliances Are Forged And Just As Quickly Broken A Friend One Day Might Be Your Enemy The Next, And Through This Land, Pursued By The Church And The Law, A Young Man, Thomas, And A Young Woman, Katherine, Must Make Their Way, Bearing Proof Of A Secret Both Sides Would Kill To Learn.Bent On Revenge For A Past Outrage, Thomas And Katherine Must Turn Their Backs On Their Friends And Journey To The Mighty Castle Of Bamburgh, There To Join A Weakened King As He Marshals His Army To Take Up Arms In One Of The Most Savage Civil Wars In History The Wars Of The Roses.


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10 thoughts on “Broken Faith (Kingmaker, #2)

  1. says:

    The thing that I like most about this series is that it isn t told from the point of view of historical figures it is told from the point of view of two normal people The Wars of the Roses is a very popular era for historical novelists to write about, so it s quite hard to come up with something new By the protagonists, essentially, be


  2. says:

    The Wars of the Roses were a bleak and bloody time for England, for all levels of society from its displaced kings and disgraced lords to its archers and farmers, as well as the surgeons who had to sew the soldiers back together after the battl...


  3. says:

    For me, this was a substantial improvement on Winter Pilgrims although to be honest, I didn t think so for the first quarter of the book Katherine and Thomas are very much prey to the twists and turns of malign fate On this occasion it seems that fate has a nasty sense of humour and drops them straight back into Haverhurst Priory Thomas missing presumed


  4. says:

    4.5 stars Great MP3 recording as was the first in the series The 3rd book Divided Souls is not on MP3 so I am going to miss the voices I have seen some people on Goodreads didn t like this 2nd book as much as the 1st I liked this oneand I understand the 3r...


  5. says:

    This book seemed much shorter than the first Again 3 stars as it falls in the ok category I actually feel like this book wasn t nearly as good as the first.This book started off weird Almost like the author changed his mind as to how the story would go Which is fine, if it worked out well and I didn t find it did More of politics and unanswered questions that continue fr


  6. says:

    Still good but It feels like the author took the writing plan from th first book and repeated them Mind you I suppose that is the war of the roses for you.


  7. says:

    This second book in the series though not as good as the first and following dissapointingly similar lines is still a fantastic read It is very visceral and gritty which helps to bring it to life.


  8. says:

    Kingmaker Broken Faith is an engaging historical adventure full of period detail Convincing strong characters lead this heroic and action packed story.It is set in 15th century Northumberland during the violent period of history with the warring Houses of Lancaster and York Edward IV is on the throne having deposed Henry VI following his victory at the Battle of Towton in 1461 However this is the


  9. says:

    I adored the first book in the Kingmaker series, but unfortunately the second did not live up to my admittedly high expectations For the most part, it was still an enjoyable enough read our two main protagonists are back, two well written, believable characters thrust into the War of the Roses by happenstance The supporting characters are different, but likeable Jack, John Stump, and Master Paine come to m


  10. says:

    If you like books that grip you from the very start, that are fast paced with fascinating characters, then this is the book for you Beautifully written, with an exciting plot, this book kept me engaged on every page Kingmaker Broken Faith is Book 2, and follows Kingmaker Winter Pilgrims Although the two books are supposed to stand alone, I regreted that I had not read book one first, because of the many references


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