- Reviewed this bad boy today over on the blog #bookstagram #bookreview https://theborgiabull.com/2019/08/27/review-the-ismaili-assassins-a-history-of-medieval-murder-by-james-waterson/More reading about #pirates.Two new review books from the lovely guys at @penswordbooks. Very much looking forward to reading "The Pope's Army"!#Savonarola twins in #Ferrara#Ferrara, the birthplace of #Savonarola. This statue looms in a piazza named after him.Book post is the best post. Got this massive pile from the amazing people at Pen and Sword to review! Cannot WAIT to get stuck in. Expect a whole bunch of reviews on the blog SOON!
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I discovered NBC’s Timeless thanks to a historian friend of mine on Twitter, who told me to drop everything and watch this ‘silly yet amazing’ TV show. So off I toddled to Netflix and began watching the first episode. … Continue reading
The moment I heard about “Kingdom Come Deliverance” my excitement honestly knew no bounds. As a gamer, I love epic fantasy tales that involve swordplay and lots of gore but what I’ve wanted for what feels like forever is a … Continue reading
The narrow, stinking streets of medieval London can sometimes be a dark place. Burglary, arson, kidnapping and murder are every-day events. The streets even echo with rumours of the mysterious art of alchemy being used to make gold for the … Continue reading
When I heard that the BBC were doing an adaptation of Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall I have to admit that I was pretty excited. When I first read the book I couldn’t put it down – despite many saying the … Continue reading
I’m going to keep today’s review short and sweet, given that I’m exhausted and feeling somewhat worn down. Episode 2 of Borgia’s second season is named “Ash Wednesday” and based around the symbolism of Ash Wednesday. For those not entirely … Continue reading