Montfort: The Revolutionary -1253 to 1260

Montfort The Revolutionary to When reading through the ample historical context notes that follow each volume of Katherine Ashe s utterly remarkable tetralogy of novels based on the life of Simon de Montfort one thing becomes obv

  • Title: Montfort: The Revolutionary -1253 to 1260
  • Author: Katherine Ashe
  • ISBN: 9781452844473
  • Page: 292
  • Format: Paperback
  • When reading through the ample historical context notes that follow each volume of Katherine Ashe s utterly remarkable tetralogy of novels based on the life of Simon de Montfort, one thing becomes obvious she could easily have produced the most authoritative English language biography of her subject ever written Historical Novel Society review Restored to his titles EaWhen reading through the ample historical context notes that follow each volume of Katherine Ashe s utterly remarkable tetralogy of novels based on the life of Simon de Montfort, one thing becomes obvious she could easily have produced the most authoritative English language biography of her subject ever written Historical Novel Society review Restored to his titles Earl of Leicester, Steward of England, Simon as permanent ambassador to France is living contentedly in Paris when Prince Edward commits an atrocity and the Earl must return to save him and his friends from Llewellyn In England again, unbidden, Simon becomes entangled in the barons revolt against King Henry s misrule But, when the barons recklessly abandon their project, he alone rescues the Provisions of Oxford, and newborn democracy, at risk of his life.

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    1. Katherine Ashe

      Since embarking on writing MONTFORT, Katherine Ashe has written plays and screenplays on historical subjects from Columbus to the coal mining labor leader John Mitchell She lives in rural Pennsylvania with her husband, journalist and author Peter Wynne, and two dogs.

    814 thoughts on “Montfort: The Revolutionary -1253 to 1260”

    1. This book is a 2012 B.R.A.G.Medallion Honoree- and honor that tells readers this books is well worth their time and money!


    2. $3.99This book about Simon de Montfort continues where the last one left off, and although the author continues to take some unbelievable fictional liberties, the story of Simon de Montfort is a fascinating one that changed the course of English history although it may not have seemed so at the time. Henry III couldn’t live with Simon, his brother-in-law, and yet he was completely helpless and ineffectual without him at least until his son, Edward, came of age. Simon was content to stay in Fra [...]


    3. MONTFORT: THE REVOLUTIONARY 1253 TO 1260 by Katherine Ashe is a continuance of the "Montfort: the Founder, of Parliament",but can be read as a stand alone.It is book #3. See, "Montfort: The Founder of Parliament: The Early Years 1229 to 1243",and "Montfort: The Viceroy 1243 to 1253". Simon Montfort is summoned back to England,after King Henry has committed more atrocities and Simon is caught up in the political fallout. With treason,betrayal,romance,battle and sacrifice,Simon and his new democra [...]


    4. This book is a 2012 B.R.A.G.Medallion Honoree- and honor that tells readers this books is well worth their time and money!





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