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The Master of Verona

by David Blixt

  • 381 Want to read
  • 35 Currently reading

Published by St. Martin"s Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Historical fiction,
  • American Historical Fiction,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - Historical,
  • Historical - General,
  • Fiction / Historical,
  • 1265-1321,
  • 1268-1492,
  • Conspiracies,
  • Dante Alighieri,,
  • History,
  • Italy

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages570
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10388998M
    ISBN 100312361440
    ISBN 109780312361440
    OCLC/WorldCa87770007

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    Eight years after the tumultuous events of The Master of Verona, Pietro Alaghieri is living in exile in Ravenna, enduring the loss of his famous father while secretly raising Cesco, the bastard heir to Verona's prince, Cangrande della ly word of Cangrande's death reaches him, forcing Pietro to race back to Verona and prevent Cesco's rivals from usurping his ward's rightful place. Based on the plays of William Shakespeare and the poetry of Dante, The Master of Verona is a sweeping novel of Renaissance Italy. Filled with swashbuckling adventure, unrequited love, and brutal treachery, this epic journey recalls the best of Bernard Cornwell, Sharon .


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"The Master of Verona", set in early 14th century northern Italy, is a tale of adventure, war, intrigue, and love. Historical figures such as Dante and Francesco della Scala are interwoven with fictional, including prototypes for Romeo and Juliet.4/5.

Based on the plays of William Shakespeare, the poetry of Dante, and the history of Italy, THE MASTER OF VERONA is a novel of brutal warfare, lost friendship, and dire conspiracy, combining to create an epic journey into the birth of the Renaissance that recalls the best of Bernard Cornwell and Dorothy Dunnett/5().

The Master Of Verona (Star-Cross'd) (Volume 1) 7th Edition by David Blixt (Author)/5(). Inspired by the plays of Shakespeare, the poetry of Dante, and the events of history, The Master of Verona is a compelling novel of politics, loyalty, conspiracy and star-crossed romance.

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An epic journey into the birth of the Renaissance that recalls the best of Bernard. A sweeping novel of Renaissance Italy, THE MASTER OF VERONA follows Pietro Alaghieri, eldest son of the poet Dante, as he's caught up by the charisma and genius of Verona's ruler, Cangrande della Scala.

Pietro risks battles, duels, and murder to impress his new lord. The Master of Verona, by David Blixt the first in his “Star Cross’d” series of which there are currently four books published, is a rich and riveting telling of the backstory of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.”/5.

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Filled with swashbuckling adventure and unrequited love, this epic journey recalls the best of Bernard Cornwell, Sharon Kay Penman, and Dorothy Dunnett. Book trailer for David Blixt's novel from St. Martin's Press, exploring the origin of Shakespeare's Capulet-Montague feud.The Master of Verona, by David Blixt the first in his “Star Cross’d” series of which there are currently four books published, is a rich and riveting telling of the backstory of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.”.Inthe exiled, now infamous poet Dante and his two sons, 17 year-old Pietro Alagheiri and his younger brother Jacopo, travel to Verona at the invitation of it's leader, the legendary Francesco 'Cangrande' della Scalla.

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