The Renegade

The Renegade

A Tale of Robert the Bruce

eBook - 2012
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The Renegade is a blazing, brilliant, new historical adventure in Jack Whyte's Guardians series. Packed with action, heroism, and vibrant historical detail, The Renegade recounts the life of Scotland's greatest medieval king, Robert the Bruce. Bruce was one of the most famous warriors of his generation, eventually leading Scotland during the Wars of Scottish Independence against the Kingdom of England, most famously at the bloody Battle of Bannockburn. Today in Scotland, Bruce is revered as a national hero, but during his lifetime, the rebellious leader and guerrilla tactician was a thorn in Edward Plantagenet's side, earning himself the nickname the Renegade.Set in the 14th century, The Guardians series features three extraordinary guardians of medieval Scotland, the greatest heroes the country ever produced. The exploits and escapades, high ideals, and fierce patriotism of William Wallace, Robert the Bruce, and Sir James Douglas are the stuff of legends, and the soul and...
Publisher: 2012
ISBN: 9780143186526
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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Jan 14, 2015

This is identical to the book called "Robert The Bruce" also by Jack Whyte. If you are confused, they are both the second Whyte's The Guardians series.

Jan 24, 2013

Love all his previous titles. Maybe I was expecting too much? Wanted more details of the political intrigue. This one ends just as he becomes "renegade".

Oct 26, 2012

Just Finished it...WOW!I have read all of Jack Whytes books now, and bi-god he is an excellent writer! this latest one included in his retinue of excellence!

He is the only author that can consistently bring tears to my eyes!!!!His light uses of descriptive text is succinct and pithy...I get bored easily with too much description and this was a perfect balance in my humble opinion!And the plot, was as tantalizing as it was political...but speaks more to the different faces we all were whether at work or at home, or by is a beautiful analogy of anywhere/anytime on earth, that just happens to be based (closely I might add) to historical facts.

I am impressed, inspired, and outright delighted by the master-full storytelling Mr.Whyte produces herein...I too what with impatient bated breath at the next and conclusive chapter in this series!


Oct 10, 2012

Excellent follow-up to the Forest Laird. Highly recommend reading this book about Robert Bruce. Looking forward to the third book in the series.

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