Descripción de la editorial

Young King Henry V has been arguing with the French over territory rights. Feeling insulted and wronged by the perceived French inflexibility, the king rallies together his troops to invade. In France, a far larger and more heavily armed cavalry force awaits. Back home, three assassins are plotting to murder the king before his campaign can even begin.


A story that depicts both the glory and the horror of war, Henry V contains inspiring speeches, rousing action, and a charming romance across language barriers.

GÉNERO
Arte y espectáculo
PUBLICADO
2011
6 julio
IDIOMA
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
150
Páginas
EDITORIAL
Bookbyte Digital
TAMAÑO
960
Kb

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