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Summary

Henry of Monmouth, Prince Hal, is barely recovered from a near-fatal wound when his father leaves him to retake his land. 

Owain Glendower and Edmund Mortimer, however, have French allies and the most inhospitable landscape to aid them. All that Prince Hal has to guide him is the guardian of kings, Will Strongstaff. The two of them have to fight treachery and those who count money as well as more traditional enemies, the Welsh archers. 

As the two of them fight together the young prince learns the skills which will help him in the fullness to time to not only defeat but to crush and humiliate the French at the Battle of Agincourt. This is the story of how a prince became a general and how he learned to fight!

©2019 Griff Hosker (P)2020 W. F. Howes Ltd

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  • 11-08-22

Great history told via a story of a soldier.

Thoroughly enjoyable. From battle scenes to everyday life of early 15th century this well paced historical fiction entertains as well as educates. I recommend this whole series.
The performance by Marston York is, as always, excellent .

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  • 21-04-22

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  • jane thompson
  • 23-11-21

very satisfying read...so sad when it ends.

really enjoyed this series so far ...rewarding insight into the political, social, military and culture of 15th C, France and England. good historical fiction.