Bernard Cornwell’s book Agincourt

posted Dec 2, 2015, 6:43 AM by David Alan Binder   [ updated May 16, 2016, 6:49 AM ]

Bernard Cornwell’s book Agincourt

I just finished reading Bernard Cornwell’s book Agincourt.  It is about a longbow (war bow) man from England fighting for King Henry the Fifth in France near the town of Agincourt.

It is a massively immersive book and offers such detail on the war bow and the armor that people of that period wore and their daily life and is so descriptive you’ll believe you are experiencing it from someone who saw it firsthand.

This kind of intricate detail is only attained thorough massive research and knowing exactly what you are talking about.  The details make this novel stand out and that goes hand in hand with a great story and an ending that will leave you cheering.

I aspire to be like Bernard Cornwell and I happen to love historical fiction that is right from the pages of real history.

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Bernard Cornwell’s book Agincourt

I just finished reading Bernard Cornwell’s book Agincourt.  It is about a longbow (war bow) man from England fighting for King Henry the Fifth in France near the town of Agincourt.

It is a massively immersive book and offers such detail on the war bow and the armor that people of that period wore and their daily life and is so descriptive you’ll believe you are experiencing it from someone who saw it firsthand.

This kind of intricate detail is only attained thorough massive research and knowing exactly what you are talking about.  The details make this novel stand out and that goes hand in hand with a great story and an ending that will leave you cheering.

I aspire to be like Bernard Cornwell and I happen to love historical fiction that is right from the pages of real history.

If you are an author with a published book I’d like to interview you and feature you and your book(s) on this web site in one of my blogs.

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