Historical Novel Society Reviews Author Helen Lewis’ Book
Rogue Malory, a biography of Thomas Malory by Helen Lewis gets an incredible review by Misty Urban on Historical Novel Society’s website. In the review, the writer shares how Thomas hires Montmorency Pickle to edit his manuscript which he wrote in 15 years of imprisonment. Monty finds many different characters along the way. The review shows that the author of the book has portrayed his character as “colourful”. The life of Thomas gives a lively detail about the life of the 15th century. Read the full review here.
Rouge Malory is a story of a man named Thomas Malory who in the 15th century, sitting in the prison, with the help of his loyal companions writes his masterpiece. The story revolves around the imaginary creation of a manuscript highlighting his past and the on-going tussle for the crown. Get this amazing book here.
Helen Lewis, after retiring from teaching career started writing novels. Her novels clearly show her interest and love for the 15th century.