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Dunstan : One man will change the fate of England

Dunstan : One man will change the fate of England
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S0005029253 F Igg
Adult Fiction   Carrathool . Available .  
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Adult Fiction   Hay . Available .  
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ISBN 9780718181451
Call Number F Igg
Author Iggulden, Conn
Title Dunstan : One man will change the fate of England
Place of production London : Michael Joseph Ltd,
©2017
Notes From acclaimed historical writer Conn Iggulden comes a novel set in the red-blooded days of Anglo-Saxon England. This is the original game for the English throne. In the year 937, King Aethelstan, grandson of Alfred the Great, readies himself to throw a great spear into the north. His dream of a kingdom of all England will stand or fall on one field and the passage of a single day. At his side is Dunstan of Glastonbury, full of ambition and wit, perhaps enough to damn his soul. His talents will take him from the villages of Wessex to the royal court, to the hills of Rome - from exile to exaltation. Through Dunstan's vision, by his guiding hand, England may come together as one great country - or fall back into anarchy and misrule ...From one of our finest historical writers, Dunstan is an intimate portrait of a priest and performer, a visionary, a traitor and confessor to kings - the man who changed the fate of England.
Subject Added Entry - Personal Name Dunstan
Athelstan
Subject Added Entry - Topical Historical fiction
Kings and rulers
Christian saints England
Subject Added Entry - Geographic Great Britain -- History -- Anglo-Saxon period, 449-1066
Genre Biographical fiction
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