Fantastic reviews for Loyalty and Honour from the fabulous Tudor Chronicles.
Loyalty and Honour are two books by Matthew Lewis that very cleverly spans across two reigning families, the Plantagenets and the Tudors. Both books alternate between eras effortlessly with Hans Holbein linking the two eras.
Loyalty opens with the painter Hans Holbein receiving a mystery summons by Sir Thomas More where they meet and More begins to tell a story that will change Holbein’s perception to history and the rise of the Tudors. It certainly had me gripped to learn what Sir Thomas More had to say.
The story then jumps back 56 years to when King Edward IV was on the throne. The King and his younger brother Richard are approaching the Battle of Barnet and their return to England. The story focuses on Richard and his thoughts and feelings to the events. The story is fast paced and covers all the key aspects of Richard and his rise…
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6 thoughts on “Book reviews – Loyalty and Honour by Matthew Lewis”
These reviews are absolutely wonderful & very well deserved. Both are excellent books. Congratulations Matthew
Thank you very much.
Both books were wonderful. One thing that I really liked was they were not sentimental. Now, we need a third one.
Thank you Mary. I really need to get Francis and Hans off their backsides and back into action!
Marvellous, Matthew. I’d lost you until now as WP had stopped following you on my behalf. Good to be back!
Welcome back and thank you for finding me again. 😀