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In the Shadows of Castles

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Set in the 1060s, and William of Normandy is in charge. The story centers on one family and their bond. It shows us despite war and turmoil that resilience and love will always factor in these stories. An imaginative take of a medieval historical fiction story. The author brings his characters to life and gives the reader an inside look at a war from the past. Fantastic storytelling.

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In the Shadows of Castles is the first book I have read by G.K. Holloway and it is definitely not the last. I highly recommend it and give it five stars.

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A novel that takes a look at a time in history that fascinates many. A time where born and from which tales and stories have continued to be written and told.

William's story must be told. And G.K. Holloway has done a fantastic job of pulling the reader into the daily lives and thoughts of his characters.

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Part 2 of this author's 1066 saga, you can definitely read this one first, but to meet the main characters, perhaps I would advise reading 1066: What Fates Impose. After the Battle of Hastings, England and its divided citizens are in a state of turmoil, the Normans are busy destroying everything English. This is well written historical fiction and recommended reading.

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A second in a series, In the Shadows of Castles is a character lead novel. A story of vengeance between the Normans and King Williams England. Enjoyable historical adventure read. Thank you to Netgalley for allowing me to read for an honest review.

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