Historic, epic, engrossing
Simon Vance's delivery brings the weight of history to this under-told event. You are immersed by his speech but never overwhelmed and never, never bored. Minor details become as vibrant as the battles themselves in his capable narration.
Yes, yes and again yes.
Published in 1961, this history of the Turkish invasion on Malta and its epic defense by the Knights of St John is a truly fine historical account. Six hundred years after the events, it is still a stirring account of heroism, devotion and courage.
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