Book Review: Henry III son of Magna Carta By Matthew Lewis.

A great review of Henry III from Historyland.

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Hardcover: 304 pages

Publisher: Amberley Publishing (15 Oct. 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1445653575
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Henry-III-Son-Magna-Carta/dp/1445653575

Appearance and handling:

Amberley has been producing some nice looking books this year. Henry III son of Magna Carta is a manageable length to read and a nice looking book to have. It’s light to hold and can take some abuse… (FYI no I don’t abuse books to see how much punishment they can take). The hardback has a classy frontispiece, a big gold crown gleaming against a moody backdrop and the title neatly fitted beneath. Inside there is one picture section with many author photographs of the usual medieval type, castles, abbeys carvings etc, but also a few reenactment snaps of the Lewes anniversary event. The pictures are full colour.

Review:

Let no one say that words are powerless when they are protected by men of violence. It is often bandied about that Magna Carta is…

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3 thoughts on “Book Review: Henry III son of Magna Carta By Matthew Lewis.

  1. Hallo Matthew..my friend has told me that you would like to know if you could use the info I have about the ‘coffins’ in St George’s? I would be more than happy to help you with that if that is so..
    best wishes Eileen

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