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Author: Walter Scott
On his journey to Scotland, Edward Waverly finds himself in the heart of rebellion the Jacobit uprising of 1745.
Overall, I enjoyed reading this novel, but I found the frequent use of untranslated quotes in Latin and sometimes Gaelic (?) detracted from my enjoyment. Having said that, I learned a lot about that period in history, and the book was definitely worth reading.
The Saxons and the Normans fight for power in England during the Reign of King Richard the Lionhearted.
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