Falls the Shadow (Welsh Princes Series #2)

Falls the Shadow (Welsh Princes Series #2)

by Sharon Kay Penman
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Falls the Shadow (Welsh Princes Series #2) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 38 reviews.
MKMar More than 1 year ago
The characters are really interesting, but it does deal more with the events in England than in Wales. I found it compelling and very difficult to put down--another of Penman's adictive reads.
Anonymous 19 days ago
Very good though I liked Here Be Dragons better due to the more romantic Welsh storyline. Love the history interwoven with fictional characters, she does terrific job bringing these historical figures to life. Simon and his sons are frustrating, compelling characters, and Nell is awesome - love the strong female characters!
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angmey More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed the character development. From what I know of this time period, which I am still learning, I found the characters to be true to themselves and to be exciting to read. Ms. Penman does a great job taking the reader from the English court to the Welsh lands and across the channel to the French court while tying it all together. I have enjoyed all of the books in this series and this one is enjoyable, too.
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Okay, but I liked Here be Dragons much more. I just did not find Simon de Montfort's story that interesting. I loved it when the story focused on Wales and Llewelyn and his brother.