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➵ [Reading] ➷ The Hollow Crown By Dan Jones ➪ – Ukrbank.pro The fifteenth century experienced the longest and bloodiest series of civil wars in British history The crown of England changed hands violently seven times as the great families of England fought to The fifteenth century experienced the longest and bloodiest series of civil wars in British history The crown of England changed hands violently seven times as the great families of England fought to the death for power m.

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MOBI The Hollow Crown MOBI ↠ The Hollow PDF or ½ ukrbank.pro ½ Dan Jones is a historian broadcaster and award winning journalist His books including The Plantagenets Magna Carta The Templars and The Colour of Time have sold than one million copies worldwide He has written and hosted dozens of TV shows including the acclaimed NetflixChannel 5 series 'Secrets of Great British Castles' For ten years Dan wrote a weekly column for the London Evening

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  1. Leanda Lisle Leanda Lisle says:

    MOBI The Hollow Crown MOBI ↠ The Hollow PDF or ½ ukrbank.pro ½ hollow book, crown mobile, The Hollow pdf, The Hollow Crown KindleThis is a story that ends badly with ‘A wretched and blundering youth’ hacking at the head and shoulders of an old lady dressed in new shoes She is the last Plantagenet executed on the orders of the Henry VIII Yet Dan Jones’s thrilling account ‘of the Wars and the Roses the rise of the Tudors’ begins so very differently Children dressed as angels with gold painted faces sang ‘Hail flower of England knight of Christendom’ as they greeted Henry V on his return to London following the great victory at Agincourt Five years later in 1420 the king was regent of France heir to the French throne and married to their princess Cathe


  2. happy happy says:

    MOBI The Hollow Crown MOBI ↠ The Hollow PDF or ½ ukrbank.pro ½ hollow book, crown mobile, The Hollow pdf, The Hollow Crown KindleIn this follow up to his bookThe Plantagenets The Warrior Kings and ueens Who Made England I felt the author Dan Jones has done an admirable job of explaining the whys and wherefores of the struggle that became known as the Wars of the Roses Starting with the death of Henry V Mr Jones looks at how the English experience in France the


  3. Alyson Stone Alyson Stone says:

    MOBI The Hollow Crown MOBI ↠ The Hollow PDF or ½ ukrbank.pro ½ hollow book, crown mobile, The Hollow pdf, The Hollow Crown KindleBook The War of the Roses The Fall of the Plantagenets and the Rise of the Tudors The Hollow CrownAuthor Dan JonesRating 5 Out of 5 StarsI was first introduced to Dan Jones’s wonderful writing through The Plantagenets I picked up this gem this summer and was pulled right in There is just something about Dan’s writing that makes me want Since this summer I have watched all of his programs which if you haven’t checked out I strongly suggest that you do I have all of his books o


  4. Samantha Samantha says:

    MOBI The Hollow Crown MOBI ↠ The Hollow PDF or ½ ukrbank.pro ½ hollow book, crown mobile, The Hollow pdf, The Hollow Crown KindleAs with his earlier volume The Plantagenets The Warrior Kings and ueens Who Made England Jones has developed narrative nonfiction covering a complicated era of history and made it a pl


  5. fourtriplezed fourtriplezed says:

    MOBI The Hollow Crown MOBI ↠ The Hollow PDF or ½ ukrbank.pro ½ hollow book, crown mobile, The Hollow pdf, The Hollow Crown KindleI looked at my review of a previous Dan Jones history I had read and had made comment that it was “A very enjoyable popular history and hard to be too critical” And it is hard not to say the same for this very readable installment that he has produced on the madness that was the Wars of The Roses If one likes populist narrative history told with “pace and flair” as the cover blurb says this is right up that target audiences


  6. Katie Katie says:

    MOBI The Hollow Crown MOBI ↠ The Hollow PDF or ½ ukrbank.pro ½ hollow book, crown mobile, The Hollow pdf, The Hollow Crown KindleI really loved this book Going into it I had strong opinions about the warring families having studied the Tudors for 16 years and Shakespeare’s histories in college—but also because my ancestors had been strong supporters of the Lancastrian claim So imagine my surprise when I read at the end of chapter 11 that “Sir James Luttrell of Devonshire” was later credited with the capture of Richard Duke of York For all I knew about my family’s history I never knew THAT incredible information I don’t know how Sir James would have felt about his descendant cheering him on 550 years later but it’s a rare thing to find a book that makes you feel like you


  7. Mary ~Ravager of Tomes~ Mary ~Ravager of Tomes~ says:

    MOBI The Hollow Crown MOBI ↠ The Hollow PDF or ½ ukrbank.pro ½ hollow book, crown mobile, The Hollow pdf, The Hollow Crown KindleThis is really good I just don’t think I’m absorbing it by listening Will definitely resume in physical form


  8. Silvana Silvana says:

    MOBI The Hollow Crown MOBI ↠ The Hollow PDF or ½ ukrbank.pro ½ hollow book, crown mobile, The Hollow pdf, The Hollow Crown KindleI wish I had counted how many heads that rolled from the first page It seems that the best way to live as royalty at those times in England is to stay the hell away from the court and all the intrigue Just less in five years there were three kings A Clash of Kings you say? Oh yes George R R Martin definitely was inspired by the Wars of the Roses so much he basically took all the York brothers and put them in Westeros to become the Baratheon brothers Oh I was definitely enjoying my time trying to draw parallels to A Song of Ice and Fire characters and hoping the ending of one character would be the same as in the books This book is easy to read All


  9. Leslie Leslie says:

    MOBI The Hollow Crown MOBI ↠ The Hollow PDF or ½ ukrbank.pro ½ hollow book, crown mobile, The Hollow pdf, The Hollow Crown KindleI have mixed feelings about this book and would probably give it 3 12 stars if I could why oh why can't we give half star ratings? My main problem is that for me the author's biases show a bit too much not only against Richard III who he asserts as fact in the Introduction killed his brother Edward's sons even a most historians agree would have been tolerable but also in favor of other characters such as Richard's father Richard Duke of York who Jones repeatedly asserts had no intention of usurping his cousin Henry VI's crown until presumably he actually tried to do it and Edward IV whose mercy toward Henry in not having him killed was IMO actually a calculated political decision that lasted precisely as long as Henry's usefulness to him and not a moment longer As long as Henry had a son living it was valuable for Edward to keep him alive rather than have a vigorous young man out the


  10. Brendan Monroe Brendan Monroe says:

    MOBI The Hollow Crown MOBI ↠ The Hollow PDF or ½ ukrbank.pro ½ hollow book, crown mobile, The Hollow pdf, The Hollow Crown KindleThe politics of blood has always amused me The idea that someone is automatically deserving of something – a crown for instance – because of who their father or mother was is probably the most absurd unjust thing ever thought up So we have Dan Jones’ book “The War of the Roses” in which many characters run about claiming that this person has of a right to wear the crown than that person because they’re supposedly a direct descendant of a former king or ueen The idea of “royal blood” rightful claimants to the throne and bastard children of a king being unable to rule because they weren’t conceived in wedlock is all pretty absurd But was it borne out of a desire for order by a civilization not developed enough to function fully a


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