I have just commenced reading Bernard Cornwell's "Starbuck Chronicles". Already my interest in the American Civil War is being stirred! Never really had much to do with that period although many years ago I did enjoy reading "Red Badge of Courage".
"I would rather have a russet coated Captain who knows what he fights for and loves what he knows. Than he who calls himself a gentleman, and is but little else." Oliver Cromwell
After picking up a bunch of excess longbowmen from Corvus Belli's HYW range at the flea market at Historicon, I've re-started listening "The Plantagenets" on Audible again.
Hey Tony I too REALLY liked this book !
Did you get audio book as well, or read it old school?
I love books but unfortunately they put me to sleep and I end up never reading the book I bought. Audio books are handy for long drives or while painting and after a few years I tend to listen to them again!
Painting is one of the few things I can multi-task with (plus its kinda boring) so I'm always looking for other things I can listen to when painting.
The only bad thing about audio books is that you may get a person whose voice you are not happy with. This was the case in "The Plantagenets." The guy just oozed boredom.