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The Cat of Bubastes – (BC 1250) A thrilling escape novel including all things Egyptian
The Young Carthaginian – (BC 218) Hannibal, from Carthage, crosses the Alps with his battle elephants to attack an up and coming Rome.
Beric the Briton – (AD 62) Beric joins Queen Boadicea as she rebels against Roman conquerors, is captured and trained as a gladiator.
For the Temple – (AD 70) John of Gamala leads a band of Jews to defend Jotapata, Jerusalem, and the Temple, eventually destroyed by Rome.
The Dragon & The Raven – (870-901) Edmund helps King Alfred fight the Danes on land and sea.
Wulf the Saxon – (1066) Duke William of Normandy conquers King Harold and England at the signal Battle of Hastings
Winning His Spurs – (1188-1192) Join King Richard the Lion-Hearted and knights from across Europe on a Crusade to the Holy Land
In Freedom’s Cause – (1296-1314) In this Braveheart story, the nobles follow William Wallace and Robert the Bruce to victory.
St. George For England – (1337-1453) The Battles of Cressy and Poitiers; the destruction of the Spanish fleet; the plague of the Black Death; are vividly related in this historically accurate adventure novel.
The Lion of St. Mark – (1380) Venice is a world power but must defend herself against her jealous rivals and save their wealthy and watery city-state
A March on London – (1381) Wat the Tyler leads a peasant revolt against incredible repression. He had legitimate claims but goes about it all wrong.
Both Sides of the Border – (1400-1403) A Tale of Hotspur and Glendower and the Welsh Rebellion against Henry IV
At Agincourt – (1413-1415 ) A Tale of The White Hoods of Paris and the Most Famous Battle of the 100 Years’ War
A Knight of the White Cross – (1470-80) Gervaise Tresham, a Knight of St. John draws his sword in the defense of Rhodes.
Reformation / Exploration
By Right of Conquest – (1521) Hernando Cortez conquers the Aztec Empire with a mere handful of Spaniards.
St. Bartholomew’s Eve – (1572) The Catholic forces in France attempt to crush the Protestants
By Pike and Dyke – (1579) William the Silent, as leader of the Dutch, rebels against their Catholic Spanish overlords and the Inquisition.
Under Drake’s Flag – (1580) Join Sir Francis Drake as he circumnavigates the globe.
By England’s Aid – (1585-1604) The 80 Years’ War against the Protestant Dutch Republic. Includes the defeat of the Spanish Armada!
Won by the Sword – (1640’s) A Tale of the 30 Years’ War involving France, Germany, the Holy Roman Empire and even Sweden!
Friends Though Divided – (1642) A stirring tale of the English Civil War from both sides of the conflict..
When London Burned – (1666) Our hero Cyril survives the plague and saves lives during the Great Fire of London.
In The Reign of Terror – (1789-99) The French Revolution comes to life in this stirring novel
Through Russian Snows – (1812) Napoleon attempts to defeat the Russians, but the Russian winter defeats him instead!
Through the Fray – (1812) The Industrial Revolution sparks the Luddite Rebellion in Southern England.
One of the 28th – A Tale of Waterloo – (1815) A Tale of Waterloo and the Final Defeat of Napoleon. By G. A. Henty
A Final Reckoning – (1830’s) Australia in the 1830’s is a wild place. Reuben Whitney makes his mark in conflicts with the Aborigines and Bushrangers
Out on the Pampas – (1850s) The Hardy family relocates to Argentina with other Brits trying to start a new life. (Henty’s first adventure novel!)
Jack Archer – A Tale of the Crimean War – (1853) A Tale of the Crimean War. By G. A. Henty
With Wolfe in Canada – (1756-63) James Walsham participates in the French and Indian War.
True to the Old Flag – (1774-81) A tale of the American Revolution, from an Englishman’s point of view!
Captain Bayley’s Heir – (1850s) Frank Norris finds excitement, adventure, and riches in the California Gold Fields.
The Heart of the Rockies – (1860’s) Big-game hunts, Native Americans, avalanches and gold mining. The American West writ large!
With Lee in Virginia – (1861-65) A fascinating tale of the U.S. Civil War from a Southerner’s perspective!
Short Stories Collection – A wonderful collection of Henty short stories. (Contains my favorite Henty story of all time!)