A History
Author(s): A.N. Wilson
Genre: History
eAudio - unabridged
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Product Number: Z2511
Released: Mar 28, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781449888794
Narrator/s: Christopher Kay
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This entertaining volume provides a concise history of one of the world's premiere cities. Acclaimed author A.N. Wilson starts at the beginning, when London was founded by the Romans, and continues to contemporary times, hitting all the historical highlights along the way. London is the perfect starter book for anyone wishing to understand this great city a little better, and even seasoned London fans will find new information here.


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Author(s): A.N. Wilson
Narrator(s): Christopher Kay
Genre: History
Product Number C2822
Released: Sep 16, 2004
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781419302800
Author(s): A.N. Wilson
Product Number EB00162390
Released: Dec 27, 2013
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Modern Library
ISBN: #9780307426659

Professional reviews

"Novelist and biographer Wilson's history of London encompasses much English history yet spends a fair amount of time on the modern city. It moves chronologically, but by an association of ideas sometimes hard to follow, especially by ear. A true conservative, Wilson is harshly critical of much in modern London, and he dwells too long on parochial concerns, of interest only to Londoners. Christopher Kay, a fine reader, provides accents, dialect, and even imitations, but his cultured, quiet voice belies, rather than expresses, Wilson's often acerbic tone. He is too urbane. Still, the book, if jaundiced and at times too narrow, is well written and, with Kay's help, gets the job done. W.M. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"