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Brothers of Gwynedd: The Legend of the First True Prince of Wales
     

Brothers of Gwynedd: The Legend of the First True Prince of Wales

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by Edith Pargeter
 

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A Burning Desire for One Country, One Love, and One Legacy That Will Last Forever.

Llewelyn, prince of Gwynedd, dreams of a Wales united against the English, but first he must combat enemies nearer home. Llewelyn and his brothers-Owen Goch, Rhodri, and David-vie for power among themselves and with the English king, Henry III. Despite the support of his beloved

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Brothers of Gwynedd: The Legend of the First True Prince of Wales 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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It takes a skillful author to not only put the flesh and bones back on long-dead heros, but to give themback their souls. Llewelyn and David truly live again in this book. The author also uses the character Samson as the story-teller very skillfully. The story is, of course, a tragedy, as are most stories of champions who challenge the great powers of their times. Indeed, Prince Llewelyn reminded me of Tecumseh in James Alexander Thom's book Panther in the Sky.They are men who make you wish it possible to change history. I rated this book 4 stars looking at it as a whole. There were individual parts that dragged through details of treaties and lawsuits, but by the conclusion, I was left feeling satisfied and glad I had read it.