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  • Paperback
  • 528
  • The Scourging Angel
  • Benedict Gummer
  • English
  • 13 April 2018
  • 9780099548836

10 thoughts on “The Scourging Angel

  1. says:

    Interesting read following the progress of the great death as it raged through England Scotland Wales and Ireland No ground breaking new research by the author but it has pulled together from other sources and books the most recent and interesting information currently available It is written in an articulate a

  2. says:

    Gives great details about the economic social and even architectural effects of the Black Death but spends too much time on minutiae about which county was hit by the plague in which month

  3. says:

    Although dealing with a specific topic this book of over 400 pages and small print was immensely informative about the history of ordinary people in Britain in the fourteenth century It was worth the effort of re

  4. says:

    Read my other book reviews at booksibledwordpresscomEvery now and then I like to add a non fiction book to my reading list Partially because I

  5. says:

    A scholarly but easy to read account of the plague that affected the whole of Europe in the mid 14th century and the British Isles from 1348 The author admits in his preface that there is about the top of society as the common folk and peasantry have left little in the way of written records However we get some idea from information contained

  6. says:

    This isn't an entirely comprehensive overview of the plague in Britain it doesn't cover the later epidemic of the 17th century for example preferring to concentrate on the first and most devastating outbreak in the 14th centuryThis book's particular strength is in depicting what Britain was like before the plague and how much of an impact the

  7. says:

    Its good but it either needs a different title or a good editor Yes it looks at the impact of the Black Death but really on

  8. says:

    Taken a time to complete this not because it is a poor read but other books just got in the wayA very good account of the impact of the plague

  9. says:

    Exceptionally well done look at the effect the Great Death had on the Isles by looking at how it was before and assessing the effects it had on society during and after it's course Takes into account the way society fuedal rule economic factors etc was trending before and how it may have been without the plague but I feel it underpl

  10. says:

    This is a pretty complete account of the Black Death as it swept across the British Isles what it was and what it was afterIt does a fair job of revealing the human story and conseuences of the plague But also the resilien

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Had left half the population dead Despite the startling toll of life physical devastation and sheer human chaos it inflicted Britain showed an impressive resilience Amid disaster many found opportunity and the story of the Black Death is ultimately one of survival. Exceptionally well done look at the effect the Great Death had on the Isles by looking at how it was before and assessing th

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Astrophe Against a backdrop of empty homes half built cathedrals and pestilence saturated cities we see communities gripped by unimaginable fear shock and paranoia By the time it completed its pestilential journey through the British Isles in 1350 the Black Death. Read my other book reviews at booksibledwordpresscomEvery now and then I like to add a non fiction book to my reading list P

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Nothing experienced in human history before or since eclipses the terror tragedy and scale of the Black Death the disease which killed millions of people in Medieval Europe The Scourging Angel tells the story of Britain immediately before during and after this cat. Interesting read following the progress of the great death as it raged through England Scotland Wales and Ireland No ground