A Burning Desire for One Country, One Love, and One Legacy That Will Last Forever.
Llewelyn, prince of Gwynedd, dreams of a Wales united against the English, but first he must combat enemies nearer home. Llewelyn and his brothers-Owen Goch, Rhodri, and David-vie for power among themselves and with the English king, Henry III. Despite the support of his beloved wife, Eleanor, Llewelyn finds himself trapped in a situation where the only solution could be his very downfall...
Originally published in England as four individual novels, The Brothers of Gwynedd transports you to a world of chivalry, gallant heroes, and imprisoned damsels; to star-crossed lovers and glorious battle scenes; and is Edith Pargeters absorbing tale of tragedy, traitors, and triumph of the heart.
A lively evocation of life on the Welsh borders in the Middle Ages, coupled with an ingenious plot, and the whole narrated with elegant crispness. -The Times L iterary Supplement
Strong in atmosphere and plot, grim and yet hopeful...carved in weathered stone rather than in the sands of current fashion. -Daily Telegraph
A richly textured tapestry of medieval Wales. -Sunday Telegraph
Those who fancy historical fiction with an emphasis on the history will savor this convincing tale. -Publishers Weekly