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  • #1

    Anne (Wednesday, 06 January 2010 10:49)

    I read a proof copy of Honour and the Sword and thoroughly enjoyed it. Can't wait for the next book!

  • #2

    Rebecca B. (Monday, 15 March 2010 22:31)

    First time I've seen the site, and I love it, L - excited to read the excerpts too, while I wait for AmazonUK to ship my copy all the way across the pond.

    Can't wait for it to arrive!

  • #3

    Renee Goudeau (Friday, 26 March 2010 22:18)

    I know you'll knock 'em dead! You and H&tS deserve it all the best there is!! Go get 'em!

  • #4

    Glen MacKay (Monday, 12 April 2010 14:12)

    Hi Louise,

    Many congratulations on securing a publishing deal and best wishes for Honour and the Sword.

    Above all, thanks for the heartfelt efforts you've made on this website to share your knowledge and advise.

    It's inspiring and protective - i'll be more watchful of those who feed off the vulnerable in this industry.

    I love the site and look forward to seeing you in print.



  • #5

    Cath Bore (Monday, 12 April 2010 20:06)

    Louise, it was lovely to meet you in York at the weekend, much luck with your debut and I hope you managed to get book 2 in by your deadline today!

  • #6

    Alfonso Hope, London (Sunday, 16 May 2010 00:12)

    Honour and The Sword is such a wonderful delightful book, a true historic classic, A L Berridge is surely the most gifted writer of modern times.

    I look forward to reading more.

    Honour and The Sword is a true masterpiece and a wonderfully crafted intelligent book full of excellent narrative, a divine inspiration.

    Alfonso Hope

  • #7

    Paul Grossman (Sunday, 01 August 2010)

    I read your book last month and I think its a masterpiece! Its one of the best books I have ever read and I recommended it to friends and my English teacher who also said it was brilliant. I was shocked at the end when you put the twist in about Andre and Jacques-didn't expect that! Loved the first book and now I'm elated that your making another! Good luck with the series and thank you for giving me hours of sensational reading!

  • #8

    Dave (Wednesday, 11 August 2010 00:04)

    first book i have managed to stay interested in since i left school 30 years ago cant wait for book two

  • #9

    Suresh Sivarajah (Wednesday, 06 October 2010 14:31)

    Congtaulations on a wonderful career. I'm an Old Wellingtonian, and fortunate enough to have been there while your father was the Master. I owe him a great deal for who I have become, and will be eternally grateful. I wish you well with all you do. Kind Regards, Suresh (Siv) Orange 1980-85

  • #10

    Bob McKeen (Thursday, 10 February 2011 05:47)

    Just finsihed reading your book ' Honour and the Sword" Could not put it down.I am a great fan of Cornwell, Scarrow and others but this was outstanding and cannot wait for the next one. Go for it.

  • #11

    Rod Wright (Wednesday, 16 March 2011 02:31)

    Madame, Thank you for making Andre and his world available to us. I was so pleased to accidently find your book and even more pleased now that I have read it. I was going to ask for maps then I followed the link here to the book and found some. So now I am content. I am grateful and excited to discover a new author and a great new series to explore. Congratulations on your talent and success.

  • #12

    Chris (Monday, 17 October 2011 13:56)

    One of the best books i have ever read. I was, until i found out there was a second book, reading slowly so it would last longer.

  • #13

    Pavi (Friday, 23 December 2011 09:59)

    I'd never read a book that was as riveting, thought-provoking, inspirational and entertaining as Honour and the Sword! What a piece of historical fiction! I am currently reading In the Name of the King and I look forward to reading more of Ms Berridge's work. Thank you, for introducing us to solid and very inspirational characters, especially Andre! I can't believe it's not yet a raging phenomenon.. it has all the makings of a great movie. I feel total gratitude to Ms Berridge for Andre, someone so rich in ideals and values he has the ability to inspire hope despite being completely fictional.

  • #14

    David Noble (Tuesday, 27 December 2011 14:45)

    just reading you for the first time!! Loving it
    You and CJ Sansom have got it cracked

  • #15

    Krystal Mayen (Wednesday, 28 December 2011 02:05)

    Don't know if you'll actually read this but I have to say, Honour and the Sword is the single most AMAZING book I have ever read in my whole life!!
    It has so many details and such great atmosphere, I can tell you know your stuff!! C: And it's a book that can draw one into the story, completely and wholly; it made me both laugh and cry, and worry so bad when things turn out wrong ...
    honestly, after reading it I thought I'd aged a decade ~ !!

    Just found out about book two today!! You are the best writer in the world, everything's so carefully planned and thought out *.*

  • #16

    Maggie (Friday, 24 February 2012 12:18)

    In the Name of the King was another 'page turner'- I felt that I wanted to keep on reading until the end, but sad once I had finished. I think it is such a clever concept to use the characters to tell the story and excluding the main protagonist. Fast paced and good storytelling. Hope the next one comes out soon.

  • #17

    James (Wednesday, 18 July 2012 13:31)

    NotK arrived this morning! Returned to the world of Andre et Jacques; work? no chance, have to catch up tomorrow. Into the study, coffee brewing, bloody marvellous.
    Thanks again, for Harry, Polly et al.

  • #18 (Thursday, 13 September 2012 20:22)

    Nice site.

  • #19

    David Marsh (Tuesday, 09 October 2012 07:27)

    Supporting all those who expose injustice your friends at Tom Thumb and friends Yours.Thank you.

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