The Confession of Richard Plantagenet

The Confession of Richard Plantagenet England The War of the Roses is raging and Richard Plantagenet must stand fast to support for the Yorkist throne In pursuit of crushing of the Duke of Warwick s rebellion Edward IV and Richard

  • Title: The Confession of Richard Plantagenet
  • Author: Dora Greenwell McChesney
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  • Page: 407
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  • England, 1471 The War of the Roses is raging and Richard Plantagenet must stand fast to support for the Yorkist throne In pursuit of crushing of the Duke of Warwick s rebellion, Edward IV and Richard stand side by side with their brother George once , despite his earlier switch in allegiance Following Warwick s defeat, Richard meets his daughter, Anne, but as his stEngland, 1471 The War of the Roses is raging and Richard Plantagenet must stand fast to support for the Yorkist throne In pursuit of crushing of the Duke of Warwick s rebellion, Edward IV and Richard stand side by side with their brother George once , despite his earlier switch in allegiance Following Warwick s defeat, Richard meets his daughter, Anne, but as his standing increases and their relationship blossoms, his own family begins to falter George s dance with treachery resurfaces, and Edward grows frail with illness Richard ends up in a position he did not expect, nor wish, to be in Although made Lord Protector for his nephews, forces outside Richard s control threaten to throw everything into jeopardy, and battle lines begin to be drawn as intrigues take over Will Richard survive this turbulent time Will he be able to make his own decisions or will those around him force his hand Written in Plantagenet blood and rich with period detail, this is an arresting and complex tale of family and friendship, politics and betrayal, and love and loss Traditionally portrayed as one of the great villains of British history, The Confession of Richard Plantagenet is a sympathetic novel of the last king of the House of York Set against the tumultuous second half of the Wars of the Roses, fact is seamlessly woven with fiction as the heroic Richard III is revealed Praise for Dora Greenwell McChesney A striking and powerful story Standard Dora Greenwell McChesney d 1912 was an American historical novelist, noted for her heroes defending lost causes and a lifelong romance with the seventeenth century Born in Illinois, as a child she left America with her mother and resided across Europe before eventually settling in England, in a cottage on the Essex coast Albion Press is an imprint of Endeavour Press, the UK s leading independent digital publisher For information on our titles please sign up to our newsletter at endeavourpress Each week you will receive updates on free and discounted ebooks Follow us on Twitter EndeavourPress and on Facebook via on.fb 1HweQV7 We are always interested in hearing from our readers Endeavour Press believes that the future is now.

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    1. Find this and other reviews at: flashlightcommentary.I haven’t read many novels featuring Richard III, but Dora Greenwell McChesney’s The Confession of Richard Plantagenet is the only sympathetic interpretation I’ve laid my hands on. Deserved or not, his legacy has been much maligned and few authors have sought to paint him in a sympathetic light which is why I was so captivated by the sensitivity and compassion set forth in the novel’s description. The book was originally published in 1 [...]

    2. This is a pretty straight forward retelling of Richard's story, starting from around the beginnings of Edward IV's reign up to his (Richard's) death. This isn't Shakespeare's Richard III. This is much more a Richard III apologist's few on the monarch (for the record, I have no leanings either way, apologistic or otherwise). That view made for a nice change, as in most stories Richard is a monster, but it almost goes too far in the other direction. Richard seemsdare I say itweak. Things just seem [...]

    3. The more I read about Richard III, the more convinced I become that he might have been one of the most unfairly maligned people in history. Clearly much of our modern assessment of him has come from the myriad of material from Shakespeare forward that cast him as an evil, misshapen, hated man. It may be the result of the victor writing the history thereby making himself into a hero.This book which dates back to 1913 is, as the cover indicates,, a sympathetic novel. There is no doubt he idolized [...]

    4. Straightforward historical fiction, if you can understand itNever has there been a more sympathetic portrayal of the until-recently-much-maligned King Richard III (1483-85). Hump? What hump? A minor inconvenience at best. Hardly anyone notices. Insatiable hunger for power? Only if we have to! Nephews murdered? It wasn’t us!Still, this novel is not so much a confession of the infamous Richard III as a blow-by-blow account of his unsolicited (according to the author) rise to power. It is an unab [...]

    5. This book is set in 1471 in England and Richard Plantagenet is fighting for the throne, the York throne. Richard, Edward IV and George are fighting against the Duke of Warwick.This book covers the second half of the Wars of the Roses and shows Richard softer side, a side that is not generally shown in books. It covers all the details of the time including love, family and friendship.Dora Greenwell McChesney wrote this historical fiction with a talented hand. I was given this book by NetGalley an [...]

    6. I really wasn't sure how I would like this book, but it surprised me for the good. I love reading about the Plantagenets and especially the times of Edward IV and Richard. As stated plainly on the cover, this is a "sympathetic" novel focusing on Richard. It gives so many moments where I thought, this might have been exactly how it was, that I just loved it.**I receive a copy from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for a review**

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