Historia’s giveaway for March 2021 is for two books: one luxury gold-foiled proof of Lionheart by Ben Kane, his new retelling of the story of Richard I, as well as one copy of the red-foiled sequel, Crusader, which will be published on 29 April, 2021.
Entries open at 12pm on 8 March, 2021, and close at 11.59pm on 17 March, 2021.
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More about Lionheart by Ben Kane:
1179. Henry II is King of England, Wales, Ireland, Normandy, Brittany and Aquitaine. Ferdia – an Irish nobleman taken captive during the conquest of his homeland – saves the life of Richard, the king’s son. In reward for his bravery, he is made squire to Richard, who is already a renowned warrior.
Crossing the English Channel, the two are plunged into a campaign to crush rebels in Aquitaine. The bloody battles and gruelling sieges which followed would earn Richard the legendary name of Lionheart.
But Richard’s older brother, Henry, is infuriated by his sibling’s newfound fame. Soon it becomes clear that the biggest threat to Richard’s life may not be rebel or French armies, but his own family.
More about Crusader by Ben Kane:
In 1189, Richard the Lionheart’s long-awaited goal comes true as he is crowned King of England. Setting his own kingdom in order, he prepares to embark on a gruelling crusade to reclaim Jerusalem.
Finally poised to sail to the Holy Land, Richard and Ferdia find a bitter two-year-long siege awaiting them – and the iconic Saracen leader responsible for the loss of Jerusalem, Saladin.
No one can agree who should fill the empty throne of the Kingdom of Jerusalem and Saladin’s huge army shadows Richard’s every move. Conditions are brutal, the temperatures boiling, and on the dusty field of Arsuf, the Lionheart and his soldiers face their ultimate test.