The Lion Wakes (The Kingdom Series)

Kobo ebook | April 14, 2011

byRobert Low

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The first novel in The Kingdom Series as Robert Low moves from the Vikings to the making of Scotland. It is 1296 and Scotland is in turmoil. The old King, Alexander III, has died after falling off his horse one dark and stormy night. Scotland’s future is in peril. Edward I of England, desperate to keep control of his northern borders, arranges for John Baliol, a weak man who Edward knows he can manipulate, to take leadership of Scotland. But unrest is rife and many are determined to throw off the shackles of England. Among those men is Robert the Bruce, darkly handsome, young, angry and obsessed by his desire to win Scotland's throne. He will fight for the freedom of the Scots until the end. But there are many rival factions and the English are a strong and fearsome opponent. The Lion Wakes culminates in the Battle of Falkirk which proves to be the beginning of a rivalry that will last for decades…

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The first novel in The Kingdom Series as Robert Low moves from the Vikings to the making of Scotland. It is 1296 and Scotland is in turmoil. The old King, Alexander III, has died after falling off his horse one dark and stormy night. Scotland’s future is in peril. Edward I of England, desperate to keep control of his northern borders, ...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:April 14, 2011Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0007337930

ISBN - 13:9780007337934

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Lion Wakes Excellent read.i have read several books relating to this period in Scottish history and this book by Robert Low gives an intriguing and enjoyable perspective of the life and times of the main characters such as Robert Bruce, Buchanan and William Wallace.
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