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Publisher's Summary

From earliest childhood, Robert Bruce has pursued his destiny, but the road has been a hard one. Behind him lie battles, murder, intrigue, defeat, and betrayal, and though he has at last achieved his ambition to wear the crown, he has not yet learned the true meaning of kingship.
In Kingdom, Robert must come through his greatest tests, both personal and political, to lead his people towards the encounter with the English at Bannockburn which will echo down the centuries.
Kingdom is the thrilling final installment in the internationally best-selling Insurrection trilogy.
©2014 Robyn Young (P)2014 Hodder & Stoughton
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5 out of 5 stars
By malcolm on 11-24-14

freedom

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

yes a good series, well read and good story

What does Nick McArdle bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

good pace and not offensive, thats just what you need

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

not its historical so we know what happens in the end!!

Any additional comments?

this series is good but preferred crusader series mainly because the story is more interesting historically

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5 out of 5 stars
By colin on 09-11-14

Great end to a great trilogy

Since listening to the first book three or four years ago I have been waiting eagerly for the final instalment of this trilogy. I enjoyed books one and two so much I was a little apprehensive that book three wouldnt live upto my expectations. I was wrong to worry!!

It starts off with the same pace and energy that book two finished on making it very hard to put down! Its clear that Robyn Young has researched the true events in great detail and this, mixed with her fictional writing, make this a masterpiece.

We all know how the story ends but its the way in which we are led to them that makes this book what it is. With fighting across Britain and forces outside of both King Edward and Bruce's control, the pace and momentum throughout the book continues to grow until both sides meet in one place. Bannockburn, where we encounter a bloody and savage end to a thrilling trilogy.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Karenza on 06-26-15

Enthralling narrative

Riveting story - history brought to life. This trilogy captures the essence of a turbulent period that is the background to the present day tensions between Scotland and England. A masterful performance by Nick McArdle - never intrusive, carefully nuanced character development and almost flawless delivery.

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