• Der Löwe erwacht

  • Die Königskriege 1
  • By: Robert Low
  • Narrated by: Axel Gottschick
  • Length: 14 hrs and 31 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Episch, packend, gigantisch: Die große Saga um die Gründung Schottlands.

In den dunklen Jahren des ausgehenden 13. Jahrhunderts: König Edward I. regiert im Namen Englands. Unruhen durchziehen das Land. Unter der Führung von William Wallace und Robert Bruce kämpfen die schottischen Rebellen für ihre Freiheit. Doch zwischen den einst mächtigen Clans herrscht Feindschaft. Im Kampf für die Unabhängigkeit geraten Sir Hal Sientcler und seine Mannen in einen Strudel aus Verrat, Intrigen und gewaltigen Schlachten...
©2014 Heyne TB. Übersetzt von Christine Naegele (P)2014 Random House Audio

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good historical fiction, great narrator

Loved this book but the sudden end left me a little perplexed and wanting for more. I hope the next book in this series will be available soon. There are many relations of historical figures mentioned and explained; it will be good to go back and listen to the book a second time. Unlike the English version (narrator) the German narrator is doing an excellent job.