RTN Book Review – Fools and Mortals by Bernard Cornwell

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FOOLS AND MORTALS follows the young Richard Shakespeare, an actor struggling to make his way in a company dominated by his estranged older brother, William.

As the growth of theatre blooms, their rivalry – and that of the playhouses, playwrights and actors vying for acclaim and glory – propels a high-stakes story of conflict and betrayal.

Showcasing his renowned storyteller’s skill, Bernard Cornwell has created an Elizabethan world incredibly rich in its portrayal: you walk the London streets, stand in the palaces and are on stage in the playhouses, as he weaves a remarkable story in which performances, rivalries and ambition combine to form a tangled web of intrigue.

From the strife and division of the Dark Ages to the blood and bravery of the Napoleonic Wars, Bernard Cornwell has been bringing history to life since the early Eighties when he created the unlikely hero renegade-turned-officer Richard Sharpe.

Whether turning his hand to the hunt for the Grail quest, Arthurian legend or feuding Saxons in his Last Kingdom series, his novels are consistently popular, making him one of Britain’s best-loved and bestselling novelists.

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