The first novel in the Montrose saga begins the story of James Graham, Marquis of Montrose, one of the noblest figures in Scottish history, who risked everything during the darkest days of the Civil War to save King Charles I....
|Title||:||The Young Montrose|
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||416 Pages|
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The Young Montrose Reviews
The Young MontroseAside from Scott and Stevenson, Nigel Tranter is the best historical novel writer that Scotland ever produced. You could easily read all his novels as historical chronicles but with a personal and heart felt flair. In each of his books, you get to feel what the historical character felt and it makes you think of history in a completely different way. This first part of his two part set of novels on Montrose, the beloved James Graham, is no exception. It is a lovely, passionate look into the life of this amazing man and the comrades he stood with as well as the enemies he stood against all for the right of his king, Charles I. Having finished the first part of his story, I cannot wait to read the second. These scream for an epic film! I for one would love to see Montrose's life as portrayed by Nigel Tranter on the big screen!
Fell in love with this book and Montrose. Always difficult when you know your history