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  • History and Romance

    For fans of The Black Moth, These Old Shades, Devil's Cub, The Spanish Brideand Regency Buck, an Infamous Army has some of Heyer's most memorable characters, their children and grandchildren in a real romance set against the backdrop of the Battle of Waterloo. If you haven't read the other five books I have mentioned, read them first in the order listed before diving into An Infamous Army. You will not be disappointed. You may also surprise yourself by developing an interest in military history. I did!!!

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  • Uneasy going from romance to action

    Follow Judith Worth and her husband from Regency Buck as they settle in gay Brussels on the eve of the great battle of Waterloo and get mixed up in Worth's brother Charles love life as he falls in love with a beautiful shrew, Lady Barbara. Try to keep up with Wellington's social life and warfare which the author painstaikingly depicts while the civilian protagonists struggle to keep up your interest in their superficial lives. Heyers's uneasy passage from classical romance to historical action is in my view a failure as she completely misses any interesting romancing of Waterloo. To top it off, French reading readers will be appaled by what passess off as French dialogues which are at best full of mistakes or at worst completely incomprehensible. Any hope is lost on the interest of love after marriage as one couple is almost broken up and the other drifts into boredom and misunderstandings. I was utterly disappointed.

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