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As always, Bernard Cornwell writes a fine story, although this time without his trademark battle scenes. What makes pop, though, was some of the best narration I have heard in over 4,000 audiobooks!
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Bernard Cornwell is one of my favorite historical novelists. This book is a bit different from his usual topics of British history. In this book Cornwell tells the story of Richard Shakespeare. Richard works on his career on the London stage but it is his brother, William, whose career takes off. One of William’s manuscripts disappears and Richard is the key suspect.
The book is well written and researched. Cornwell has Richard telling his own story. Cornwell does a great job describing the Elizabethan Era. I felt as if I was right in the middle of the story observing it all. I was hesitant in purchasing the book because of the topic, but I thoroughly enjoyed it.
The book is ten and a half hours. Thomas Judd does a good job narrating the book. Judd is an actor and audiobook narrator. Judd has an easy voice to listen too. This is my first experience listening to Judd narrate.
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