Owen

Owen England 1422 Owen Tudor, A Welsh Servant, Waits In Windsor Castle To Meet His New Mistress, The Beautiful And Lonely Queen Catherine Of Valois, Widow Of The Warrior King, Henry V Her Infant Son Is Crowned King Of England And France, And While The Country Simmers On The Brink Of Civil War, Owen Becomes Her Protector They Fall In Love, Risking Owen S Life And Queen Catherine S Reputation But How Do They Found The Dynasty Which Changes British History The Tudors

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  • Paperback
  • 318 pages
  • Owen
  • Tony Riches
  • English
  • 07 August 2017
  • 1502901013

10 thoughts on “Owen

  1. says:

    In this, the first installment of a Tudor trilogy, the story is narrated in the present tense and in the first person by Owen Tudor Perhaps a risky endeavour, but well executed in this instance It is the tale of how a Welsh nobleman employed as the wardrobe master to the dowager queen, Catherine widow of Henry V , became the grandfather of the Tudor dynasty.Mr Riches avoids the trap of renderi...

  2. says:

    I bought this book immediately I saw it advertised onKindle as I didn t know much about the early beginnings of the Tudor dynasty at all I began it yesterday morning, was fascinated and finished it earlier today It is an extremely interesting and beautifully written book Apparently very little is known about Owen Tudor so the novel is contains historical known facts and the rest is a product of Tony s vivid imagination I loved it s fresh and original approach The main character Owen I bought this book immediately I saw it advertised onKindle as I didn t know much about the early beginnings of the Tudor dynasty at all I began it yesterday morning, was fascinated and finished it earlier today It is an extremely interesting and beautifully written book Apparently very little is known about Owen Tudor so the novel is contains historical known facts and the rest is a product of Tony s vivid imagination I loved it s fresh and original approach The main character Owen Tudor tell the story himself and it is written in the first person Although that is not my favourite style he does it remarkably well I learned much about that particular era that I did not previously know The book begins just after the death of Henry V when Owen Tudor as a young man enters th...

  3. says:

    May include spoilers for those not familiar with the history of Owen Tudor.I enjoyed this look at the man who made the Tudor dynasty a possibility Owen Tudor Though he could have lived his life in relative obscurity, he took the bold step of marrying widowed queen Catherine of Valois This book is brief, but it is still acomprehensive look at Owen s life than I have previously read Instead of only telling the story of ...

  4. says:

    Characters bringing history to lifeI loved history at school but it was never taught in depth Central figures such as Elizabeth I, Queen Mary of Scotland and of course Henry VIII were mentioned, as were major battles or events in their lives But you never got to know the person behind the crown or those around them in great detail.I discovered Bernard Cornwell at an early age and have read all his books And that is why I am delighted to have discovered Tony Riches, who writes his book...

  5. says:

    4.5 starsReviewed by me as part of Rosie Amber s Review TeamI am deeply fascinated by all things Plantagenet and Tudor, so leapt on this book when it became available on Rosie Amber s review team list I was particularly eager to read it as Owen Tudor is someone about whom I knew little, apart from his having been Henry VIII s great grandfather My knowledge of the events leading up to the Wars of the Roses is sketchy, too, so this book was an education as well as a grea...

  6. says:

    I just finished this great book and was a great time travel Thank you Tony for this super book, first time a read about Owen Tudor, and I really enjoy learning about this personage I will read all the Trilogy, I bought Jasper, I will star reading , I can read and learn everything about the Tudor s but I will always remain a Yorkist But I recommend this great book Tony really put the reader next to the person you are reading Thank you Tony for this great adventure a...

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  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here So very boring How did the author make such interesting people and such exciting times so dull I dislike present tense narration in general and it didn t serve the narrative here The transitions from scene to scene weren t clear and smooth, either.I was disgusted by the descriptions of Margaret Beaufort She was not a courageous woman at the time descri...

  9. says:

    Most of my knowledge of the Wars of the Roses and the Tudors has come from Philippa Gregory, so it was interesting to read about how the dynasty started, from a male point of view for a change This begins with Owen, from Welsh nobility but now working in a servant s role, meeting Catherine of Valois, young widow of Henry V He remains with her household and watches her son, the infant Henry VI, grow up, before ultimately marrying her.My main gripe is the first person present style, which I loat Most of my knowledge of the Wars of the Roses and the Tudors has come from Philippa Gregory, so it was interesting to read about how the dynasty started, from a male point of view for a change This begins with Owen, from Welsh nobility but now working in a servant s role, meeting Catherine of V...

  10. says:

    Owen Tudor, a welsh servent becomes the Master of the Queens household and end s up marrying the lonely Queen Catherine of Valois He becomes the founder of the Tudor dynasty he s grandson will become Henry VII who invades Brittain and wins the crown at Bosworth field He s the last Enligsh Monarch to do so.I enjoyed the story telling and how well researched the book is Did feel that the ending was a bit rush Also the War of the Roses start, but little is said of the events leading up to t Owen Tudor, a welsh servent becom...

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