The tour reviewers really loved the read, here's some snippets of their reviews...
"I thoroughly enjoyed this book by Anthony Anglorus. It was a delightful "backstage" view into the lives of several powerful figures in history with a lovely dose of fiction for sheer entertainment." - Jules at One Book Shy of a Full Shelf
"I learned as much about the English Civil Wars from reading this book as I had in any world history class, and enjoyed it far more! If you like historical fiction, you will like The Prince of Prigs, regardless if you are male or female. Ditto if you like action stories a la Three Musketeers or Robin Hood. If you are not versed in the English Civil Wars, you will learn something...and have a great time doing so." - LuAnn at Back Porchervations
"Adventure? Check. Intrigue? Check. A hell of a good read? Double check! I must give endless praise because the author gives us a story that has great depth, emotion and the feeling of being there right in the midst of all of the action. I am absolutely delighted that there’s going to be a sequel and I cannot wait to get my hands on it." - Clarissa at With Her Nose Stick in a Book
Anthony Anglorus also wrote up a few fascinating guest posts. Here are the links in case you missed them!
'The Fount of My Inspiration', hosted by The Writing Desk
Guest Post on Writing Tips, hosted by HF Connection
Read the interview with Anthony Anglorus and HF Addicts!
Anthony was also interviewed at One Book Shy of a Full Shelf.
The Prince of Prigs by Anthony Anglorus
Publication Date: July 6, 2015
Bygone Era Books
Formats: eBook & Paperback
Genre: Historical Fiction
The union of England and Scotland under one crown is not even a half century old, and the Parliamentarians already threaten the very fabric of the nation. These are the adventures of highwayman Capt. James Hind who, in Robin Hood fashion, steals from the Roundheads to help fund the royalist cause. When Cromwell comes to power, James, the Prince of Prigs, must be careful whom among his treacherous “friends” he trusts.
Praise"Any who view historical fiction as dry or plodding should pick up The Prince of Prigs: it wraps courtroom drama, social issues, flamboyant personalities and British politics under one cover and represents a rollicking good read even for audiences who normally eschew the genre. As for those who know how compelling it can be - The Prince of Prigs is ample evidence of the powers of historical fiction." - D. Donovan, Midwest Book Review
Blog Tour ScheduleMonday, December 7
Guest Post at The Writing Desk
Thursday, December 10
Review at Diana's Book Reviews
Monday, December 14
Review at Eclectic Ramblings of Author Heather Osborne
Monday, December 21
Interview at Historical Fiction Addicts
Tuesday, December 22
Review at Svetlana's Reads and Views
Wednesday, December 23
Guest Post at One Book Shy of a Full Shelf
Monday, December 28
Guest Post at Historical Fiction Addicts
Tuesday, December 29
Review at Queen of All She Reads
Thursday, December 31
Tour Wrap-Up at Passages to the Past