A Family Series Book 1
This tale of love and hate in the name of God exposes many travails in 17th century England.
Hadn’t the English had enough of invaders, the Vikings, Normans, Picts and Scots without their world now erupting in religious mayhem? Can Richard’s family avoid division? Were their decisions wise? Did either side win?
Religion is shattered as families opt to support this or that faith or faction. Peace and order are themselves ripped into frenzied shreds as faith in God is torn asunder.
What They Are Saying About Faith and Frenzy
In Faith and Frenzy, Kev Richardson, proven storyteller, transports you into the middle ages, into hearts and minds of bewildered innocents as their world erupts. Hadn’t Englanders had enough of invaders, the Vikings, Normans, Picts and Scots without their world now erupting in religious mayhem and civil war?
Richardson paints anguish, ordeal and dolour as families opt for different sides. Can either win?
Another fine work from this writer’s canny sense of perception.
Aussie e-Book Reviews
Multi-published historical writer, Kev Richardson’s slant on 17th Century history comes across as very personally realistic, as factions of the ruling classes fight to maintain a hold on religious beliefs. In Faith And Frenzy he introduces Richard Bray, wife, Beatrix and their extensive family who live through and survive England’s bloody Civil War.
If you like to live the history you’re reading, this book is extremely well presented. I highly recommend it.
CongerBook Reviews, USA