Creative Media Partners, LLC, 18 juil. 2023 - 896 pages

In this epic historical novel, Sharon Kay Penman brings to life the tumultuous reign of King Henry II and his wife, Eleanor of Aquitaine. Filled with political intrigue, romance, and bloody battles, Plantagenet is a sweeping saga that immerses readers in the world of medieval England. With meticulous research and vivid prose, Penman creates a world that is both historically accurate and emotionally compelling.

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