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  1. says:

    4 STARSI can't believe I read this massive book in a week when I didn't really have that much time to read Reading on the bus really does the trick peopleI loved this book its characters and the adventures they went through over the years I have to admit I liked the character dynamics in the first book slightly but this one was pretty much just as goodI did find myself not liking Raymond and John sometimes and definitely often than Robin in the first book Some of their character traits and actions they took just didn't sit right with me But it was still interestingIn this book just like in the first one there were time jumps between parts of mostly four to five years which kept bugging me a little bit Everything is explained in very great detail and sometimes with these time jumps I was a little lost what had happened in the meantime although it was explained as the chapter went onThis book is set in 15th century England France and according to that era girls were married at an early age and people were counted as an adult way earlier than today But every time some Lord was talking about marrying or having sex with a 12 year old my brain just kept screaming NOPE It is an accurate depiction of the time though so I tried ignoring thatTo me it's always a little weird to adjust the picture I have of the main characters over time Like by the end of this book Raymond is in his mid 60s and John is in almosz 40 or older I don't even remember but I kept picturing them as people in their 30s and 20sThe same goes for characters that were introduced as children in this volume mainly Henry who is 20 when the book ends but to me kind of stayed 11ishI was very delighted to read the Author's Note at the end of the book explaining some of the actual historical figures and how events in the book happened in realityLast but not least I want to mention that I was a little confused but pleasantly surprised that the action just kept coming even on the last 50 pages And I was very happy so see some themes from the first book repeated in this one actions in typical Waringham fashionThese books are very long but worth the read I will definitely pick up the next book in this series and am very excited to see what Julian goes through in that book


  2. says:

    Okay Fuck Where do I start? I listened to the audiobook on Spotify Yeah that's a good start well done Matt I think it was an abridged version and I think it's important you know that I'll mention why Also tendency towards two starsGenerally everything was like in the first book but worse If you want to read my review for that one knock yourself out I'm really fucking disappointed The first one is one of my favourite books I don't know what happened to this one here It could be because I listened to the abridged version I thought that this would maybe make it better and concise but it probably made it worse because I didn't have the time to process anything The story would jump from scene to scene with months or years of time jumps inbetween The writing style was still the same abomination the characters were too that didn't change Yes you heard me right I still enjoyed the heck out of the first book But the abridged version made the writing even less elaborate the characters even flatter the character development even less palpableWell going into detail what exactly bothered me specifically about this book Robin My beloved main protagonist from the first book The author just killed him off like the next best irrelevant background idiot I was with that guy for 1200 pages of narrative time and 40 years of narrated time And she kills him off in one fucking sentence No funeral no mourning nothing Yeah he was old and he wasn't the main character any I get it But I was really fucking attached As briefly mentioned above the time leaps I hate time leaps in general it's a pet peeve I can deal with it if there's one or like a few smaller ones that jump a few days or weeks But as I said there were really short scenes then a few months time leap we see a short scene with a different character another time leap of a few weeks we see a short scene with another different character and so on Again what happened to my beloved characters? Raymond and Mortimer were some of my favourites in the first book Raymond was still a main character here but what happened to Mortimer? They had an extremely strong friendship and would literally have died for each other in the first book and now Mortimer is just never there and their relationship has been scattered into the Nirvana just like that or what? That meet cute You know which one when you read the book When John caught Julianna as she fell from the tree still thinking she was an acolyte a male one I knew it was a girl Because after than a thousand pages and over 20 characters later I knew the author wasn't a diversity kind of person and that is exactly why my complaint about the ueerbaiting in the first book was in my opinion very valid Because she would never let a boy catch another boy falling out of a tree because such tropey intimacy between two boys would automatically be coded as romantic And you know what? It did Next bullet point Because he was immediately in love with Julianna the fucking moment he caught her falling out of that tree He went to her father and asked for his daughter's hand Valid You'd do that in the Middle Ages But he also said and also thought about how much in love he was with her After knowing her for five fucking minutes Literally And my poor Edward Yeah he was just a very minor character in the first book But he was the only LGBT character and I was kinda hoping we'd see He also got killed off in one sentence and nobody gave a fuck I mean he could've had an interesting story He was in love with his boss the King That would've been the most interesting plotline in this whole story to be honest Even though there was much telling than showing in the first book as well I could still get attached to the characters I didn't here To which all the short scenes and time leaps might have added Honestly you've never seen so much telling Characters don't act like they feel the narrator tells the implied reader how they feel Or stuff like It took the two women only a few weeks to develop a deep friendship Cool Thanks for informing me about the recent developments in the story Because of the above mentioned reasons nobody had any chemistry At all Period Sex was always so weird First of all weirdly written I know I'm always uncomfortable with sex in books but this here was really really weird I won't go further into this because I don't even remember all the weird situations Very specific but I have to mention it There were things like these A woman has a bastard son from Raymond who looks exactly like him and they live in the same village and she tells him that's his son after ten years? Raymond is not dumb As if he wouldn't notice that one kid in his village that's incidentally the son of a woman he slept with and that incidentally looks like him too The King's death Not the one Edward was in love with His successor Yes that was a bitch of a time jump there I was very much attached to the previous one There was no foreshadowing at all I didn't give a fuck when he suddenly died and I didn't give a fuck that everyone was sad First that and secondly his death was spectacularly described than that of any of the characters I was actually attached to The only characters I genuinely liked were Owen Tudor and Henry VI but guess they'll die in a sentence in the beginning of the next book And I'm also always a bitch for historical accuracy The story was fine Nothing ever dragged there was always something happening I definitely think the abridged version kinda hosed the pacing though It's fast to begin with but that made it worse Also I thought this would be about the Wars of the Roses and I was really excited about it but turns out the book ends exactly where the Wars of the Roses are about to start But those were just my assumptions and probably the least of all my problemsUltimately I'm heartbroken Like literally my heart hurts when I think about how much I loved the first book compared to this one Maybe I should give the full version a try but I've got so much other books I want to read right nowThe moral of this whole experience and what I also said about the first book Just split the fucking story You don't have to cram forty years of story into a 1200 pages book Just split it up Some people write a 20 books series It'll give you time to elaborate with your writing it'll give you time to bring in character development it'll make time leaps less necessary I mean it's too late now and obviously a lot of people don't have a problem with that at all but just saying


  3. says:

    I uite enjoyed this book The characters are great even if they don't always make the best decisions and it's nice to see the family theme and how the family relationships change and grow over the course of this very long book The setting of 15th century England was very well realised and while it might have been slightly softer than reality it was still believably historical Even a frankly rather ridiculous scene of a satanic mass turns out to have a strong historical basis in fact I'm looking forward to reading books in this series


  4. says:

    She is one of the best authors ever and I'm truly sorry none of her books are available in english


  5. says:

    Really enjoyed it although it took a little while to get started and I was annoyed with the 'black magic' subplot I like her style though and it's accessible German for me with a good mix of history intrigue and adventure


  6. says:

    i recognize its faults but i always have such a good time revisiting the characters and ugh i'm such a history nerd especially this historical setting is so intriguing isn't it? i did struggle with the german though


  7. says:

    I loved #1 but enjoyed #2 much Maybe it's the characters or the period and the plots that thicken and are in my opinion twisted Anyway it's always a fluid reading full of surprises heroes and villains you will love You won't be able to let go of this one


  8. says:

    VERY TENSE TO READ;;;READ IT UICKLY OR YOU FORGET WHO S WHO;;;


  9. says:

    What I said previously about this arc of historical fiction see review for Das Lächeln der Fortuna is true for this second part of the Waringham saga as well Historical fiction doesn't get any better than this These books are like a little time travel You can get lost in this old world and while you're thoroughly entertained by Ms Gablé's wonderful narration you also learn so much about the time and its people I just love these books so muchPlace and time England 1413 1442 We're at the second generation here John of Waringham and his brothers dealing with their small and big issues of medivial noble life The family is still strongly connected to the House of Lancaster and we get to know two kings Henry IV and later his son Henry V Along with those kings come many other historical figures like Henry Beaufort Cardinal Bishop of Winchester tons and tons of Dukes and Earls John of Gaunt's sons and grandsons Henry IV's sons his ueen Catherine and Owen Tudor of course Also Jean d'Arc What else? Oh well The One Hundread Years' War is still on people are getting upset with church stuff the Lollardy is gaining attraction for many and even though we're not there yet you just know things aren't going to end well Yes I'm looking at you families Lancaster and YorkOnto the War of Roses then next


  10. says:

    This is a thoroughly enjoyable historical novel set in 15 th century England The thirteen year old John runs away from home to join Henry the V's court He soon ends up in France and for years he fights the king's futile war Unfortunately Henry V dies while his son with a French princess is only 8 months old The scene is set for a long strife to gain power and influence of the infant king John is in the young king's lifeguard The book is filled with political intrigue and real historical characters One of the many real people John meets is the brave young Joan of Arc who comes to such a fateful end All though this book does not pick all the strings on the emotional guitar it is still a solid performance and well worth the trouble Even in German the than 1000 pages fly by


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Die Hüter der Rose

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Das Buch ist ein eigenständiger Roman gleichzeitig aber auch die Fortsetzung von Das Lächeln der Fortuna und somit der zweite Teil einer großen Trilogie Zwei Familien die Waringham und die Lancaster spielen auch in Die Hüter der Rose eine zentrale Rolle Der Plot ist in der ersten Hälfte des 15 Jahrhunderts angesiedelt und erstreckt sich über einen Zeitraum v Okay Fuck Where do I start I listened to the audiobook on Spotify Yeah that's a good start well done Matt I think it was an abridged version and I think it's important you know that I'll mention why Also tendency towards two starsGenerally everything was like in the first book but worse If you want to read my review for that one knock yourself out I'm really fucking disappointed The first one is one of my favourite books I don't know what happened to this one here It could be because I listened to the abridged version I thought that this would maybe make it better and concise but it probably made it worse because I didn't have the time to process anything The story would jump from scene to scene with months or years of time jumps inbetween The writing style was still the same abomination the characters were too that didn't change Yes you heard me right I still enjoyed the heck out of the first book But the abridged version made the writing even less elaborate the characters even flatter the character development even less palpableWell going into detail what exactly bothered me specifically about this book Robin My beloved main protagonist from the first book The author just killed him off like the next best irrelevant background idiot I was with that guy for 1200 pages of narrative time and 40 years of narrated time And she kills him off in one fucking sentence No funeral no mourning nothing Yeah he was old and he wasn't the main character any I get it But I was really fucking attached As briefly mentioned above the time leaps I hate time leaps in general it's a pet peeve I can deal with it if there's one or like a few smaller ones that jump a few days or weeks But as I said there were really short scenes then a few months time leap we see a short scene with a different character another time leap of a few weeks we see a short scene with another different character and so on Again what happened to my beloved characters Raymond and Mortimer were some of my favourites in the first book Raymond was still a main character here but what happened to Mortimer They had an extremely strong friendship and would literally have died for each other in the first book and now Mortimer is just never there and their relationship has been scattered into the Nirvana just like that or what That meet cute You know which one when you read the book When John caught Julianna as she fell from the tree still thinking she was an acolyte a male one I knew it was a girl Because after than a thousand pages and over 20 characters later I knew the author wasn't a diversity kind of person and that is exactly why my complaint about the ueerbaiting in the first book was in my opinion very valid Because she would never let a boy catch another boy falling out of a tree because such tropey intimacy between two boys would automatically be coded as romantic And you know what It did Next bullet point Because he was immediately in love with Julianna the fucking moment he caught her falling out of that tree He went to her father and asked for his daughter's hand Valid You'd do that in the Middle Ages But he also said and also thought about how much in love he was with her After knowing her for five fucking minutes Literally And my poor Edward Yeah he was just a very minor character in the first book But he was the only LGBT character and I was kinda hoping we'd see He also got killed off in one sentence and nobody gave a fuck I mean he could've had an interesting story He was in love with his boss the King That would've been the most interesting plotline in this whole story to be honest Even though there was much telling than showing in the first book as well I could still get attached to the characters I didn't here To which all the short scenes and time leaps might have added Honestly you've never seen so much telling Characters don't act like they feel the narrator tells the implied reader how they feel Or stuff like It took the two women only a few weeks to develop a deep friendship Cool Thanks for informing me about the recent developments in the story Because of the above mentioned reasons nobody had any chemistry At all Period Sex was always so weird First of all weirdly written I know I'm always uncomfortable with sex in books but this here was really really weird I won't go further into this because I don't even remember all the weird situations Very specific but I have to mention it There were things like these A woman has a bastard son from Raymond who looks exactly like him and they live in the same village and she tells him that's his son after ten years Raymond is not dumb As if he wouldn't notice that one kid in his village that's incidentally the son of a woman he slept with and that incidentally looks like him too The King's death Not the one Edward was in love with His successor Yes that was a bitch of a time jump there I was very much attached to the previous one There was no foreshadowing at all I didn't give a fuck when he suddenly died and I didn't give a fuck that everyone was sad First that and secondly his death was spectacularly described than that of any of the characters I was actually attached to The only characters I genuinely liked were Owen Tudor and Henry VI but guess they'll die in a sentence in the beginning of the next book And I'm also always a bitch for historical accuracy The story was fine Nothing ever dragged there was always something happening I definitely think the abridged version kinda hosed the pacing though It's fast to begin with but that made it worse Also I thought this would be about the Wars of the Roses and I was really excited about it but turns out the book ends exactly where the Wars of the Roses are about to start But those were just my assumptions and probably the least of all my problemsUltimately I'm heartbroken Like literally my heart hurts when I think about how much I loved the first book compared to this one Maybe I should give the full version a try but I've got so much other books I want to read right nowThe moral of this whole experience and what I also said about the first book Just split the fucking story You don't have to cram forty years of story into a 1200 pages book Just split it up Some people write a 20 books series It'll give you time to elaborate with your writing it'll give you time to bring in character development it'll make time leaps less necessary I mean it's too late now and obviously a lot of people don't have a problem with that at all but just saying

Free download Die Hüter der Rose

Arry gelingt ihm ein atemberaubender Aufstieg John wird schnell zum Ritter und zum Helden Der plötzliche Tod des Königs trifft nicht nur John hart ganz England gerät in eine prekäre Situation Der legitime Thronfolger ist acht Monate alt ein Baby Es entsteht ein Machtvakuum das wie durch einen unheilvollen Sog Tod und Verderben bringt Auch Johns Leben ist bedro VERY TENSE TO READ;;;READ IT UICKLY OR YOU FORGET WHO S WHO;;;

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On 30 Jahren So erzählt Rebecca Gablé ihre Geschichte vor dem Hintergrund der letzten Phase des Hundertjährigen Krieges zwischen England und Frankreich John of Waringham ist gerade einmal dreizehn Jahre alt als er beschließt von zu Hause Reißaus zu nehmen Er hat Angst von seinem Vater in eine klerikale Karriere gedrängt zu werden Am Hof von Henry V genannt H She is one of the best authors ever and I'm truly sorry none of her books are available in english

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  • Rebecca Gablé
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  • 25 April 2019
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About the Author: Rebecca Gablé

Rebecca Gablé wurde am 25 September 1964 in einer Kleinstadt am Niederrhein geboren Nach dem Abitur 1984 machte sie eine Lehre als Bankkauffrau In diesem Beruf hat sie anschließend auch vier Jahre gearbeitet meistens auf einem Stützpunkt der Royal Air Force wo sie viel über England seine Sprache und seine Menschen gelernt hat Aber die Lust am Erzählen hatte Rebecca Gablé immer schon und 19