The Prince of Poison

The Prince of Poison For decades Pamela Kaufman has entertained a loyal readership with the mesmerizing and often hilarious adventures of Alix of Wanthwaite madcap medieval beauty In Shield of Three Lions the unflappab

  • Title: The Prince of Poison
  • Author: Pamela Kaufman
  • ISBN: 9781400080632
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Paperback
  • For decades, Pamela Kaufman has entertained a loyal readership with the mesmerizing and often hilarious adventures of Alix of Wanthwaite, madcap medieval beauty In Shield of Three Lions, the unflappable Alix braved the crusades dressed as a man to spar with the king of England over her birthright Banners of Gold saw her taken hostage, drawn into a web of international poFor decades, Pamela Kaufman has entertained a loyal readership with the mesmerizing and often hilarious adventures of Alix of Wanthwaite, madcap medieval beauty In Shield of Three Lions, the unflappable Alix braved the crusades dressed as a man to spar with the king of England over her birthright Banners of Gold saw her taken hostage, drawn into a web of international politics, and entangled in the heartstrings of three different men Now, The Prince of Poison finds Alix homeward bound at last, with a half royal child in tow and an angry monarch on her trail.Set amidst the pomp and savagery of twelfth century Europe, the Alix of Wanthwaite trilogy renders a glorious mishmash of ruffians, peasants, troubadours, murderers, pretenders, barons, princesses, and popes in charming and disarming detail Alix s bawdy, free wheeling narration wickedly lampoons historical notables like Richard the Lion Heart and Eleanor of Aquitaine, spinning the historical novel in a fresh direction.

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    • Pamela Kaufman

      Pamela Kaufman, Ph.D is the author of the bestselling medieval novels Shield of Three Lions and Banners of Gold She lives in Los Angeles.

    556 thoughts on “The Prince of Poison

    • This is the third book in the Alix of Wanthwaite trilogy. I rated the first four stars, the second five but this one only three. The first third of this book kept my attention but from then on, until close to the end, it was mostly a chore to keep up with the treks on horseback across England and Wales, the murderous atrocities and rampages of King John, the innumerable gatherings and negotiations between the Barons and the Archbishop for a charter of rights, Alix’s unresolved marriage situati [...]


    • The Shield of Three Lions and Banners of Gold, the first two novels featuring Alix of Wainthwaite, were delightly bawdy romps through the Crusades and the reign of Richard the Lion-Hearted. All the characters--the purely fictional as well as the historical ones such as Richard the Lion-Hearted and Elinor of Aquitaine--were depicted as utterly human and believable. And though author Kaufman didn't shy away from issues such as the treatment of Jews and the subjugation of women in the 12th century, [...]


    • Had to wait above ten years for the author to finally publish this last installment!!! It's funny -- book one seemed like it had a final conclusion. Then, surprisingly, there actually was a sequel, which ended with a cliff-hanger. Then it took FOREVER for this final book. It was a good conclusion to Alix's story. Not as good as the first two, but still a good story with lots of historical information.


    • The third book in the trilogy finds Alix of Wanthwaite as she attempts to elude King John after the death of Richard the Lionheart and her return to England from France. The book will be enjoyed most if you have read at least the previous book, Banners of Gold.



    • I couldn't finish this book. I was expecting a much stronger Alix than this plot provided as I've read in other books.


    • I'm glad to finally know Alix's fate. While I think this book is less well written (and fraught with typos) it is an enjoyable read albeit a tad harlequin here and there.


    • I enjoyed the book but was really disappointed with the conclusion. That's it? I am always frustrated when I get to the last page.



    • You really have to read shield of three lions and banners of gold to understand this book so if you're interested start at the beginning. The shield of three lions is by far the best of the lot.




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