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Trailer é Lionheart (Making of England, #4) PDF by Ù Stewart Binns Review I have had to do some thinking about this review, i feel a need to explain my feelings without them being misinterpreted, So Im not a member of the BNP, im not a fan of UKIP who are BNP but without the courage to sign up fr them IMHO what i am proud of is being English, im not a raving flag waving, bulldog tattoo d bloke I have come to love my country despite the national need to feel embarrassed about it, to feel if you celebrate St Georges day you are a racist My love of history has not hindered that love of nation, in fact it has deepened it, to read and understand what this tiny nation has achieved is quite simply astounding.
So its always been great to read each and every book in this series by Stewart Binns, a series that from the start pulls together the different races nations that have a One of, if not the, best historical fiction books that I ve ever read Binns has managed to find a way to skilfully combine gripping fiction with informative historical accuracy, and has been able to provide me with an insight into the life and reign of our king, Richard I.
The thing that is most striking about Binns Making Of England series is that it is so inconsistent.
The opening book, Conquest, was a fantastic, really engaging read which gave me high hopes for the sequel Hopes which were dashed as soon as I read the disappointing Crusade Just to get worse, the next book, based around the civil war between Stephen of Blois and the Empress Matilda was beyond irritating as the author seemed to experiment by switching to writing in present tense rather than past tense.
To anyone remotely familiar with the life story of Richard I, aka the Lionheart, to whatever degree, will already be incredibly aware of what will happen over the course of the book, the events that take place and twists etc Therefore the key for the author is to add something or someone into the story to whatever integral position that makes the story Stewart Binns has written an engrossing biographical novel of the life of King Richard I, known as the Lionheart, the son of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine Richard was a fascinating historical character, one of legendary acclaim At the tender age of 16, Richard successfully led his first army to a victorious win against rebels who thwarted his father History describes him as a valiant, courageous, competent military leader Wise, gallant, and shrewd, he was fair, generous, but could also be ruthless and unwavering Stewart Binns has done an exemplary job of bringing to life this fascinating man with all his faults, endearing qualities, and struggles Of all the books written on Richard the Lionheart, this novel was particularly compelling because the author has a talent for writing historical facts without drowning the reader in an ov Review I have had to do some thinking about this review, i feel a need to explain my feelings without them being misinterpreted, So Im not a member of the BNP, im not a fan of UKIP who are BNP but without the courage to sign up fr them IMHO what i am proud of is being English, im not a raving flag waving, bulldog tattoo d bloke I have come to love my country despite the national need to feel embarrassed about it, to feel if you celebrate St Georges day you are a racist My love of history has not hindered that love of nation, in fact it has deepened it, to read and understand what this tiny nation has achieved is quite simply astounding.
So its always been great to read each and every book in this series by Stewart Binns, a series that from the start pulls together the different races nations that have a One of, if not the, best historical fiction books that I ve ever read Binns has managed to find a way to skilfully combine gripping fiction with informative historical accuracy, and has been able to provide me with an insight into the life and reign of our king, Richard I.
The thing that is most striking about Binns Making Of England series is that it is so inconsistent.
The opening book, Conquest, was a fantastic, really engaging read which gave me high hopes for the sequel Hopes which were dashed as soon as I read the disappointing Crusade Just to get worse, the next book, based around the civil war between Stephen of Blois and the Empress Matilda was beyond irritating as the author seemed to experiment by switching to writing in present tense rather than past tense.
To anyone remotely familiar with the life story of Richard I, aka the Lionheart, to whatever degree, will already be incredibly aware of what will happen over the course of the book, the events that take place and twists etc Therefore the key for the author is to add something or someone into the story to whatever integral position that makes the story Stewart Binns has written an engrossing biographical novel of the life of King Richard I, known as the Lionheart, the son of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine Richard was a fascinating historical character, one of legendary acclaim At the tender age of 16, Richard successfully led his first army to a victorious win against rebels who thwarted his father History describes him as a valiant, courageous, competent military leader Wise, gallant, and shrewd, he was fair, generous, but could also be ruthless and unwavering Stewart Binns has done an exemplary job of bringing to life this fascinating man with all his faults, endearing qualities, and struggles Of all the books written on Richard the Lionheart, this novel was particularly compelling because the author has a talent for writing historical facts without drowning the reader in an ov Overall a bit disappointing Whilst Richard I is an interesting subject matter and character, this book doesn t fully get that across The truncated timespan, a whole life in one book, means that most of the details are lost The annoying use of first person for the main protagonist jars too Unless you are really interested in Middle English history, give this a miss This was a great book to read for enjoyment purposes It actually has inspired me to look into the history of the many races that contributed to the development of Britians mighty history.
It s absolutely mind boggling how many different ethnic groups there were, and how they all intertwined to develop one of the most intense empires historically.
Lionheart Is The Latest Thrilling Historical Novel In Stewart Binns S Epic Making Of England Series EnglandKing Henry II Reigns Over A Vast Empire That Stretches The Length Of Britain And Reaches The Foothills Of The Pyrenees But He Is Aging, And His Powerful And Ambitious Sons Are RestlessHenry S Third Son, Richard Of Aquitaine, Is Developing A Fearsome Reputation For Being A Ruthless Warrior Arrogant And Conceited He Earns The Name Richard Lionheart For His Bravery And Brutality On The BattlefieldAfter The Death Of His Brothers, Richard S Impatience To Take The Throne, And Gain The Immense Power That Being King Over A Vast Empire Would Bring Him, Leads Him To Form An Alliance With FranceAnd So, Richard Begins His Bloody Quest To Return The Holy Land To Christian RuleStewart Binns Making Of England Series Features Conquest, Crusade, Anarchy And His Latest Historical Page Turner, Lionheart Ok Interesting account of Malik Ric s reign and times quite a spellbinding read



This was a great book to read for enjoyment purposes It actually has inspired me to look into the history of the many races that contributed to the development of Britians mighty history.
It s absolutely mind boggling how many different ethnic groups there were, and how they all intertwined to develop one of the most intense empires historically.
Overall a bit disappointing Whilst Richard I is an interesting subject matter and character, this book doesn t fully get that across The truncated timespan, a whole life in one book, means that most of the details are lost The annoying use of first person for the main protagonist jars too Unless you are really interested in Middle English history, give this a miss Ok Interesting account of Malik Ric s reign and times quite a spellbinding read

Stewart Binns began his professional life as an academic He then pursued several adventures, including a stint at the BBC, before settling into a career as a schoolteacher, specializing in history Later in life, a lucky break took him back to the BBC, which was the beginning of a successful career in television He has won a BAFTA, a Grierson, an RTS and a Peabody for his documentaries Stewart