Harold and William: The Battle for England, 1064-1066
A dramatic reconstruction of the story of two rivals—Harold Godwinson (c.1022–1066), Earl of Wessex, and William the Conqueror, Duke of Normandy (1027–1087)—in their bitter and bloody battle for the crown and the destiny of England.
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Review: Harold and William: The Battle for England, AD 1064-1066User Review - Sphinxygold - Goodreads
it was more enjoyable to read than most nonfiction, because it was written like a fictional narrative, but me and mr. Patterson seem to stand on opposite sides of every conjecture and historical ambiguity. Read full review
Review: Harold and William: The Battle for England, AD 1064-1066User Review - Darren - Goodreads
Excellent book. This is one of the most enjoyable history books I've read. It gives a great account of what led up to the Battle of Hastings and all the characters involved. I'd highly recommend it. Read full review