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Author: Robyn Young
ISBN13: 978-0340963661
Title: Insurrection
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Language: English
Category: Genre Fiction
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton; First Edition edition (August 1, 2011)
Pages: 672

Insurrection by Robyn Young

Insurrection Trilogy. New World Rising Series. Robyn Young, internationally bestselling author of the Brethren and Insurrection Trilogies & the forthcoming Renaissance series. Sons of the Blood: Trailer. Henry VII – father of the tudors. Seville: A man for the page. Robyn at Bannockburn for the 700th anniversary. Podcast interview on Audible – Kingdom, and bringing history to life. This gallery contains 11 photos. Robyn at Bannockburn for the 700th anniversary

Insurrection is the first novel in Robyn Young's Insurrection trilogy, her fourth book overall, published on 14 October 2010 through Hodder and Stoughton. The story is based on the exploits of the historical Robert the Bruce. The novel is based around the Scottish Wars of Independence and in particular the actions of Robert the Bruce, set in the late 13th and early 14th centuries.

Insurrection is the first book in Robyn Young's latest trilogy based on the life of Robert Bruce. I liked the Brethren trilogy so I was looking forward to reading this book as well. Young does not disappoint, spinning a tale of adventure and political intrigue set against the backdrop of King Edward I's Welsh and Scottish campaigns

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Insurrection is divided into 6 parts and each part covers a few years, in total the book covers the beginning of 1286 . This timeline coincides with the First War. What I liked about the division of the book into so many parts was that it became readily approachable for m. A great showcase of the writing style of Robyn Young was in play here; with Robert the Bruce not being a totally fictitious character, there are certain boundaries you cannot cross but Robert was displayed in a great way. From the English side I found it in particular nice to read about the motives, thoughts and actions of the English King Edward I. Although his chapters are short you do get the idea of his careful planning in disposing of important royal members, as well as his ulterior motive in trying to get one unified Britain under his rule with the help.

The first book in the Insurrection trilogy, which tells the thrilling story of Robert the Bruce. Scotland is in the grip of the worst winter in living memory. Some say the Day of Judgement has arrived. The King of Scotland rides out from Edinburgh into the stormy night. On the road he is murdered by one of his own men, leaving the succession to the throne wide open. Civil war threatens as the powerful Scottish families jostle for power, not knowing that King Edward I of England has set his own plans for conquest in motion.

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WAR WILL MAKE HIM A MAN. DESTINY WILL MAKE HIM KING.THESE ARE DAYS OF WAR.The King of Scotland is dead. The nobles fight over the succession, unaware that King Edward of England has plans of his own. For years, Edward has nurtured a fierce vision of conquest, inspired by the words of an ancient prophecy, that will change the face of Britain.In this divided land, a boy grows to manhood, in a family torn apart by ambition and betrayal. His path will never be smooth - he will serve his enemy and betray his friend before he finds himself.But destiny is waiting to claim him.His name is Robert the Bruce. And his story begins in Insurrection.
Reviews: 7
This is a stirring and well written historical novel about Robert the Bruce, the 13th century Scottish leader. As the first of a trilogy (at least), this book covers his youth and training as a knight, and covers his time of armed struggle both with and against the British. We meet William Wallace and read a wonderful tale of his heroic successes and failures.

Young shows again that he a deft writer of the genre, fleshing out historical characters with carefully drawn (and highly plausible) character. His research is very impressive. My one quibble is that the pace is a bit too slow. But for anyone with an interest in well written historical fiction, or with an interest in Scottish history in general or Robert the Bruce in particular, I'd highly recommend this book.
A great story of Robert the Bruce and his years of fighting in one way or another to get Scotland to
independence and sovereignty. He is a believable character with good and bad traits. The story is
gripping and constantly keeps going on with the reader tagging along. Well written and plotted, it is
a great read.
A great addition to her historical period-piece trilogy! Young writes like a seasoned pro, and she actually has not been writing this long! Comparable favorably to Jack Whyte and Bernard Cornwell!
excellent. part one of three parter
Good book.
Very interesting book. Looking forward to the next one
I stumbled on this author some while ago and would read anything she writes!