Lthose in the book despite the obvious changes over time; though in fact this is also what drew me in deeper.
And I’m left, a little bereft after finishing it, wanting to put all those stories brought to life, into the settings so gloriously described.
While I didn’t find London as compelling as Sarum, I think you’ll find this a wonderful way of a rich and colourful history being put forward in an easy and palatable medium. + Get your discounted copy of London using the coupon below. ONDON is a collation of snapshots of the great city’s story through the ages, starting in Roman times and ending in 1997.
The history is fascinating in itself, and Edward Rutherford gives you enough of each character, in the family he follows, to allow you to be sufficiently drawn in, but not enough to invest in them. However this is, after all the tale of London, and the people play second fiddle to the Grand Dame.
I did have trouble trying to reconcile my knowledge and memories of London to