The Burning Land features a gripping and gritty story as the book’s fictional hero the pagan Uhtred of Bebbanburg reluctantly finds himself thrown into war once again on behalf of his devout but manipulative king.
From Bernard Cornwell, the undisputed master of historical fiction, hailed as "the direct heir to Patrick O'Brien,"* comes the third volume in the exhilarating Saxon Chronicles: the story of the birth of England as the Saxons struggle to repel the Danish invaders.
Inman, a wounded Confederate soldier, leaves the hospital where he is being treated, determined to walk home to his sweetheart Ada. He finds the land and the girl he remembers to be changed by the war. This book is a bit depressing but a great historical fiction read. Lengthy but worth the number of pages. Liked the movie, too.
32 Differences Between Books and their Movies [Infographic]
32 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN BOOKS AND THEIR MOVIES [INFOGRAPHIC] It's no secret that Hollywood likes to mix thing up when they bring books to the big screen. Whether they're adding, taking away or replacing, there's always something different. LoveReading4Kids.co.uk has taken a look at some of the biggest change in the biggest children's book adaption.