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With King Richard’s return from captivity and Prince John’s exile, a weary peace settles on England after years of civil war. But across the border in Wales, the vicious struggle to decide who shall rule Gwynedd still rages. To tip the balance, the rebel Prince, Llywelyn, calls in an old debt from the Earl of Chester. The Prince saved the Earl’s life and helped him take baWith King Richard’s return from captivity and Prince John’s exile, a weary peace settles on England after years of civil war. But across the border in Wales, the vicious struggle to decide who shall rule Gwynedd still rages. To tip the balance, the rebel Prince, Llywelyn, calls in an old debt from the Earl of Chester. The Prince saved the Earl’s life and helped him take back his city. Now, he wants Sir Roland Inness and the Invalid Company to help him take back his country....

Title : a prince of wales
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ISBN : 36580827
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Number of Pages : 328 Pages
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a prince of wales Reviews

  • Steve Rogers
    2019-03-06 17:42

    Another masterpieceWhile this book felt paced slightly differently from the rest, it never failed to keep my attention. Roland is as relatable as ever as is the rest of the regular bunch (and even some new faces!). It would be considered as treacherous as William de Ferrer (or is it ferres, I forget) to not pick up. 5/5, 10/10, 15 piglets and a goat out of 1 cow. You get the point.

  • Grace
    2019-03-22 17:05

    The best heroes are the unlikely ones...Robin Hood's fame extends across time and nation, but fame does not necessarily mean the better hero, just the better known hero. I'd have to say that out of the two, I prefer Roland Inness. What resonates with me about Roland is his simplicity. He's not glory-seeking, he's not ambitious, he's not fancy or a showman. And yet, when he is given a task, he follows through on it and refuses to give up. Roland Inness is kind, compassionate, honorable, honest, and intelligent. He leads by example, and at the end of the day, he wants to go home and live a nice life. And yet, he often finds himself at the strategic point of leadership that is none of his choosing. Many true heroes are just like this character, they are given a job and they follow through because it is right. This brand of heroism touches me deeply, as I would venture to say it touches all of Roland Inness's fans. I was nervous upon starting this book, as this was the first Roland book that wasn't focused on the life and death struggle for the throne of England. The Broken Realm has been my favorite up until now, and I was worried Grant would lose the flavor that had made the previous books so delicious. I shouldn't have worried. Grant found a way to bring in the flavor of classic Roland Inness while also blending in new flavors. I may have missed some of the old characters who didn't play as large a part in this story, but they were not forgotten as I had feared. And I found myself just as in love with the new characters brought in. Grant has clearly not lost his love for this character and his world. I feel that as our love as readers for Roland has grown, so has Grant's. He means to tell more of this character's story and tell it well! I cut my teeth reading G. A. Henty books. Battles, thrones, and war strategy are nothing new to me. I loved the battle strategy employed in this book, but unlike G. A. Henty, Grant knows how to give his characters a more human side. They live, they laugh, they love, they hurt, and they are changed by the things they endure. But they keep going. As does Grant, something I am incredibly grateful for. I can hardly wait for the next book to come out.I did notice and increase in heavier language and crude terminology in this book. Perhaps it is because it is primarily spent focused on warrior men. There is also some innuendo. I just wanted to give a heads up to younger readers. I find the main characters, while human, to be honorable and people who value life and dignity. I love this story, I love this character, and I cannot wait to read on.

  • Kate Joekel
    2019-02-27 21:55

    A Prince of WalesA rousing tale takes Roland and the Invalid compAny into Wales to help Llewellyn, later known as 'The Great', defeat his uncle's and reunite the country. Again Roland is joined by Declan and the man who rescued him all those years ago, Sir Roger, as they help pay off a debt of honor for their overlords Chester.The fifth in the series, this book is as exciting and engaging as the first four. I eagerly await a new book by this author.Anyone who enjoys history, stories of courage and heart should give this series a read. I think it is wonderful and not to be missed!

  • Christopher Yellop
    2019-02-20 19:49

    A really entertaining readOne of the best story's of this type that I have read for a long time,the tale is exciting and flows at a good pace.It is one of the best written typo free e books i have come across in years.Just lately there seem to be an influx of non or badly proof read books and they really spoil the whole experience even if the story is fair.In my opinion this book would please all lovers of a riproaring thinking man's adventure story.Roll on with the next one!

  • Jimmy R. Haymon
    2019-03-16 20:49

    Great read.Action, adventure, strategy, deceit and honor all wrapped up in the daily trials of everyday life in the Middle Ages. Wading through waist deep snow, slogging through knee deep mud, sleeping in rain, snow and sleet, marching through a hurricane and then kicking some serious butt...what more could ask for???

  • Dana Hayes
    2019-03-15 00:44

    Another great chapter of Roland Inness' story!This is such a great series! A Prince of Wales does not disappoint! It carries on in the same manner as the books before it. We have watched as young Roland has grown into a young man maintaining his courage and integrity. The ending leaves me believing there will be another book to follow. At least I am hoping!

  • David Brown
    2019-03-11 18:04

    Enjoyable UpdateFelt the story missed some of the intrigue and twists and turns of the first books. I was good as an update to the story. I am looking forward to the next and the expected return of his nemesis.

  • Bill K
    2019-03-18 18:52

    Great Author and StoriesI have read the entire series and really enjoy these stories. The author builds interesting characters that I care about and the stories are adventurous and fun to read.

  • Rose Lambert
    2019-02-22 00:48

    Great bookSorry to see he story of Roland Inness end boy all good things must end. Greatly enjoyed so the books.

  • Karen
    2019-03-09 19:50

    High adventure!I am so glad we have another story of Sir Roland, and I can’t wait for another one to read.

  • Andrew Kelher
    2019-03-17 16:42

    Good read, always enjoy the tells Wayne spins. Bit of a slow start because of the backstoy being filled in but once the momentum started, there was no stopping the ride.

  • Anita Richardson
    2019-03-07 22:06

    Fantastic Series!!Since finding the first book in this series, I have not been able to put them down!! I only want more about Roland and the long now men!! Wonderful series!! 😊

  • Keya Berglund
    2019-03-19 18:54

    Very RealLove each of these books. I often skip around to see if I really want to read it. With this series I read every word and reread several places.

  • ELzabeth Livingstone
    2019-03-09 19:42

    GreatMarvellous to have one of my favourite archers back with hisl usual comrades and characters. The whole tale kept me enthralled. Brilliant can't wait for the next challenge.