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About the author:
A graduate of the journalism program at Boston University, Ed became a full-time author in 2013.
"The Last Battle - The Life of William the Conqueror" is Ed's first historically accurate fictional novel. King William I of England has been a favorite subject of personal study for more than two decades.
Devoted to daily meditation, daily writing, daily exercise and healthier foods, Ed strives to maintain a balance between worldly activities and contemplation. Ed currently lives in Hollywood, CA.
The Last Battle: The Life of William the Conqueror
From a bastard birth and anarchy in his early years as Duke, William the Conqueror overcame personal and political obstacles to forge Western Civilization. As the first Norman King, he laid the foundation for the separation of church and state, established juries as part of the judicial system, and his practical policies inspired the English language. William bound the fate of the English isle to the European continent and gave birth to the British aristocracy. His personal charisma and manipulation of both his peers and the masses make his reign still relevant today.
"The Last Battle" is William's story. This historically accurate novelization tracks the growth of conscience in a brutal warrior. The first king of modern England, William I, was crowned on Christmas Day, 1066. His coronation was a turning point in world history.
- Publication Date:
- 1537172425 / 9781537172422
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- History / Europe / Great Britain / General