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SCOTLAND AND IRELANDCHARLES II S FATHERand IrelandCharles II s father Charles I was executed at Whitehall n 30 January 1649 at the climax You Can Beat the Odds of the English Civil WarOn 6 February the Covenanter Parli I got this book as a Christmas gift I was not acuainted with this author but having read her book I am anxious to get a chance to readf her works The book was a true story but so well written it read like a very good novel I have always enjoyed good books about life in ld England I guess partly because I have ancestors that were there then but this book will surely have to be listed among my favorites Great read One f the minority Stripes of All Types of her booksf tales based n actual events in this instance the escape f King Charles II from England after defeat at the Battle "of WorcesterWell told based n many first hand accounts I adored this book finding it nonstop "WorcesterWell told based n many first hand accounts I adored this book finding it nonstop Everything that Baltimore Catechism No. 2 other people found boring I found fascinating ALL the loyal Royalist English that help Charles II escape Andf course since I knew LITTLE about this time period I have checked Mic manual de campanie electorală out a whole bunchf books to find The Big Book of Maker Skills: Tools Techniques for Building Great Tech Projects out about him Our President just got inaugurated this morning 12113 and so the political aspectsf religious strife and unstable governments are very relevantI also found it fascinating that Heyer wrote this book in 1937 38 just prior to England s being bombed by the Nazis for the next 6 years This book must have been inspirational to the Brits in what they were about to endureBravo Georgette It is hard for me to make too many negative comments about a Heyer novel And I knew what to expect when I started this book As every reviewer stated there was very little plot and the tension ne would expect in a story about a fugitive attempting to escape from certain death was definitely lacking Charles II n the run for his life seem. And his tiny party must journey across Cromwell's England to a Channel port and a ship bound for France and safety But the King with his love f adventure his irrepressible humo.
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to stick to what had actually happened but for all that it was still enjoyable Were the story fictional itstick to WHAT HAD ACTUALLY HAPPENED BUT FOR had actually happened but for that it was still enjoyable Were the story fictional it be entirely unbelievable and no doubt heavily criticised for the narrow escapes and particularly the later chapters where trying to find a boat descends almost into the farce the man locked in by his wife and daughters for example before it is resolved For all that though this is Heyer doing Just Joking onef the things she is best at creating flawed funny characters who somehow manage to scrape through anything which is thrown at them I was prepared to not like this book beginning as it does with a detailed account f the Battle f Worcester between the Royalists and Cromwell s Roundheads Actually it s primary concerned with the end Times of Trouble (A Time Travel Anthology) of that battle when King Charles II is spirited away after his forces are routed What follows is an accountf the next several weeks when his friends and BENAAMI ordinary citizens conspire to keep him hidden and move him from place to place until they can arrange safe passage to France Even knowing theutcome it s a suspenseful tale based n the author s meticulous reading f all the contemporary accounts available It was a pretty straightforward historical adventure rather than the historical romance you normally expect from this author Charles was given a very Scarlet Pimpernel type persona indolent pampered yet for all that clearly a true man and it was fun to read His loyal cavalier Wilmot was highly annoying It made me interested in reading about their history It appears to be a very faithful rendering f actual events The women s roles seemed thrown in to me but in reading ther sources about Charles s escape they were part "of the events Maybe it was just the romantic turn put n the women that I "the events Maybe it was just the romantic turn put n the women that I unnecessary Charles s attitude toward Jane was particularly Stay on Your Toes, Maggie Adams! over the top and seemed to promise her returning later in the book Of course as a faithful renderingf history she did not ever appear again so it seems building up a big attraction was unnecessary Still a fun read Charles II was the king f Great Britain and Ireland 1660 1685 the eldest son f Charles Dispossessed Night Train To Cherbourg: A Joszef Kiraly: Gentleman, Vampire Mystery of crown and kingdom crushed and routed at the grim Battlef Worcester the young Charles II is forced to flee for his life Out Disowned of the heatf battle the utlaw King.
Ed to approach the world and his predicament with the same joie de vivre and humor as the 19th century courtiers in her Regency comedies f manners It was Marco Polo: A Photographer's Journey obvious that Heyer found him a very sympathetic character and considered his adversaries as simpletons It was in some waysne f her most classist novels and that is saying a lotAll f that said though it is still a well written book and she managed to stretch ut a six week adventure in rural England with a predetermined ending into a readable and lengthy book I know that Heyer has a reputation as a stickler for accuracy in historical detail but I have no idea much
Of This Story True Beyond Thethis story is true beyond the itself the king Wilmot and the fact that they did eventually escape to France But she certainly presented a plausible and believable tale f what very well might have happenedI usually enjoy Cornelius Garrett s narration n Heyer novels But he always has to make at least ne character have a very annoying lisp He did it in this book as well and I found it even annoying than usualI still recommend the book But go into it with "Your Eyes Open This Does "eyes pen This does have the plot pace r conclusion Oddly Normal ofther Heyer books whether her romances mysteries American Studio Ceramics: Innovation and Identity, 1940 to 1979 orther historical fiction Heyer s historical fiction is impeccably researched and always a good read However the booksellers market her novels as historical romance even when there is no romantic involvement McNally's Risk of the characters in this story Indeed thenly reason for a female in this story is as part Slaves of New York of the disguise for Charles II as he escapes to FranceIf you want a bodice ripper Ms Heyer is not your author If you want witty drawing room farce Royal Escape is not your novel So fascinating I knew very little about Charles II if pressed I could probably tell you that he was thene Cromwell chased away and then he came back Which is trueBut the story Gou: Himetachi No Sengoku Vol. 1 of his daring escape from England after the Battlef Worcester was the stuff action movies are made Johannes Itten: Das Frühwerk 1907-1919 of hiding in tiny cabinets disguises smugglers andn a number From Rodin to Plensa: Modern Sculpture at the Meadows Museum ofccasions having to ride calmly right through groups Goin' the Extra Mile (a Mary Jo Melendez mystery Book 3) of soldiers looking for him while he pretended to be a servant So fun and interesting. Ur and his unmistakeable looks is no easy man to hideA typically witty exciting and wonderful talef historical adventure Royal Escape will please Georgette Heyer fans Dangerous Beauty old and