• Tudor Warrior

  • Tudor Warrior, Book 1
  • By: Griff Hosker
  • Narrated by: Frazer Blaxard
  • Length: 10 hrs and 5 mins
  • 5.0 out of 5 stars (15 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Young men who grow without the firm hand of a father can often become wild. 

James of Ecclestone is one such youth and when he runs away to become a billman fighting the Yorkist pretender, Lambert Simnel, he begins a journey that will shape him from a youth to a man, a wild child to a Tudor warrior. 

Set against the backdrop of the early years of King Henry VII’s reign, this fast-moving novel takes us from the Battle of Bramham Moor to the siege of Boulogne. Beginning with the battle of Bosworth field and ending with the Skirmish of Glastonbury Tor, we see an England changing from Yorkist to Lancastrian and James of Ecclestone becoming a warrior of renown.

©2022 Griff Hosker (P)2022 W F Howes

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A great read!

Well paced adventures of James of Ecclestone during the time of Henry VII. The author has excellent knowledge of the time period and landscape of the era. The main character's ability to rub elbows with the top nobility seems a bit improbable but it gives the author a way for us to glance that portion of life.( I much prefer that to the lazy information dumps of many other historical fiction authors.)
I hope this becomes a series!

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'Live' in Tudorville

I am truly amazed by Gtiff Hoskers' ability to illuminate the era with authentic literature .

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The throne

I really enjoyed the story
Looking forward to book 2 if there is one. This is my favourite Author.