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C.C. Humphreys

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A Place Called Armageddon (2011)
3.76 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: I've read very few historical fiction books.I think I took on this book more as a challenge.The first few pages were difficult for me.I feared that I made a mistake.I didn't give up on it,though, and ended up really enjoying this book.C.C. Humphreys does a superb job intertwining...
Jack Absolute (2003)
3.51 of 5 Votes: 4
review 1: Diana Galbadon recommended this on her FB page so I took her up on her recommendation. And I didn't really like it. at the end if the hook the author describes how the book came yo be and says "....the character....would have to be rather more than the dashing army captain and ...
Place Called Armageddon: Constantinople 1453 (2011)
3.76 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: Humphreys makes alive a pivotal date in history, the date of Constantinople's conquest by Muslims. He tells the story through the eyes of two rival brothers, the woman they both love but one marries, Mehmet the Muslim conquerer, and other key players including the Emporer Constan...
The Hunt of the Unicorn (2011)
3.3 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: Rating= 3.5 starsI can't give it a 3 stars since it seems to low and I really enjoyed the book but can't seem to give it a full 4 stars either. The tale was as fantastic and whimsical as the world of fabulous beasts,although I wish that they played more of a role in the story tha...
El último unicornio (2000)
3.31 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: I would rather have given 3.5 stars, but the interface doesn't allow that so we'll settle for 3. This book didn't have the intensity or depth (and certainly not the plethora of impalements) that some of Chris's other work has, but it was still a pleasure to read. Young or old, we...
Shakespeare's Rebel (2013)
3.93 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: I wasn’t at all sure I was going to like this book though I immediately loved the setting, the language and way the two worked together to draw the reader into the intoxicating, dirty, dashing and dangerous world of late Elizabethan England. Part of the reason for my uncertainty ...
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