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Richard Armitage reads

Bernard Cornwell's

The Lords of the North

(complete and unabridged)

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Distributor:
AudioGO Ltd
Release date: July 2007 
Duration: 12 hours on 10 CDs

Read by:




Richard Armitage

 

Synopsis

The year is 878 and Wessex is free from the Vikings. Uhtred, the dispossessed son of a Northumbrian lord, helped Alfred win that victory, but now, as ‘The Lords of the North’ begins, he is disgusted by Alfred’s lack of generosity and repelled by the king’s insistent piety. He flees Wessex, going back north to seek revenge for the killing of his foster father and to rescue his stepsister, captured in the same raid. He needs to find his old enemy, Kjartan, a renegade Danish lord who lurks in the formidable stronghold of Dunholm.

Uhtred arrives in the north to discover rebellion, chaos and fear. His only ally is Hild, a West Saxon nun fleeing her calling, and his best hope is his sword, with which he has made a formidable reputation as a warrior. He will need the assistance of other warriors if he is to attack Dunholm and he finds Guthred, a slave who believes he is a king. If Guthred is to rule Northumbria he needs Uhtred and Ragnar, the Dane who is Uhtred’s sworn brother. Guthred, though, is weak and yields to treachery...

'The Lords of the North', like Bernard Cornwell's two previous novels in this tale of England's making, is based on real events. It is a powerful story of betrayal, romance and struggle, set in an England of turmoil, upheaval and glory.

(This text from AudioGO and the cover description).

 

 

Ordering Information

UPDATE NOVEMBER 2013: The ONLY seller of this title AudioGo Ltd have gone into administration. I do not know of any other seller of this audiobook, although second-hand copies may appear on eBay on occasion. It seems that it is no longer possible to buy this audiobook - sad news indeed!

Please note that other copies of Lords of the North are available, but they are abridged and narrated by Jamie Glover.

Ordering information below is now obselete, but I will not delete it at this time in case the audiobook becomes available once more.

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This is the delivery and pricing information we received from AudioGO Ltd who are the only distributors of this audiobook.


This complete and unabridged title is available to order on 10CDs (ISBN-9781405623698) and is brilliantly read by Richard Armitage. It is available to order exclusively from AudioGO, based in Bath, UK.

 

The title is priced at GBP 22.99, with UK P&P an additional GBP 3.50

 

If ordering the title to be sent to the USA, then the (ex-VAT) price is GBP 19.57, with Airmail P&P an additional GBP 4.99. A grand total of GBP 24.56.

 

If ordering the title to be sent to Europe, then the (ex-VAT) price is GBP 19.57, with Airmail P&P an additional GBP 9.99. A grand total of GBP 29.56.

 

Other delivery charges.

 

BBC Audiobooks has recently been sold and we are now known as AudioGO Ltd. The above title does feature on the AudioGO website – www.audiogo.co.uk – but unfortunately, due to contractual territorial issues, the website cannot deliver the title to a US address.

 

However, to place an order (outside of the website), please contact our Customer Service team on +44 (0)1225 443400 (Mon-Fri 09.00–17.00) who will be very happy to help or answer any questions.

 

Or, if you would rather send an order by email, please send an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with name, address and credit card details. (If sending card details by email, you may wish to split the card details over several emails for security – we can piece it together again here and send a confirming email that the order has been placed.)"

 

 

Reviews

Read an excellent review on Vulpes Libris

 

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Links

AudioGo Ltd The Lords of the North page

The Lords of the North wikipedia page

www.bernardcornwell.net


Last updated 28 February 2011