Lords of the White Castle : FitzWarin

  • by Elizabeth Chadwick
  • Narrated by Christopher Scott
  • Series: FitzWarin
  • 21 hrs and 51 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Westminster, 1184. As a reward for loyalty to the crown, Fulke FitzWarin becomes companion to Prince John. But the FitzWarins are as proud as they are true, so when John accuses Fulke of cheating at chess, his response is inevitable - and disastrous.Thus begins a bitter and life-long personal rivalry. The FitzWarins dream of returning to their family home, Whittington, taken from them during a war. But John is vindictive and his delight in denying the FitzWarins what is rightfully theirs leads to Fulke's renouncing his allegiance and turning outlaw.


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Customer Reviews

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Historical fiction / bodice ripper

Good frolicking romp through the Norman times. Very predictable but then if you are looking for an easy listen this will suit you just fine. There were times when I wanted to say 'Oh get on with it will you' to the author. In my opinion it would be well placed published in episodes in a womens magazine. Personally I prefer the legend of Robin Hood and Maid Marion if we're going the road of the wealthy landowner dispossesed by wicked King John, turned outlaw, living in the forests and making forays into the outside world to be 'loved by the good' and 'feared by the bad'.
4 stars for a light hearted story which held together because the characters were interesting and the reader was allowed to get to know them well... and no stars for the historical content.
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- Lesley

Excellent, highly recommend

Wonderful read. I absolutely love Elizabeth Chadwick's books and this one was no exception. She literally makes the characters step off the pages and become real to the reader. She is an excellent writer and knows how to keep the reader's attention throughout what could be a dull, staid period in history. This particular book was about Fultz Fitzwarren and the lifelong struggle he had with King John and the way it affected his life. It was so interesting that it made me stop reading and look up the actual history behind the book. I highly recommend it.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-30-2008
  • Publisher: ISIS Audio Books