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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | BRAVEHEART.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Randall Wallace(Author)

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A fictional recreation of the life and times of William Wallace follows the epic struggle of the thirteenth-century Scottish patriot to free his country and his people from the tyranny of the English king. Original. Movie tie-in.

Amid the color, pageantry, and violence of thirteenth-century Scotland unfurls the resplendent tale of the legendary William Wallace, farmer by birth, rebel by fate, who banded together his valiant army of Scots to crush the cruel tyranny of the English Plantagenet king. Randall Wallace is the author of seven novels, including the New York Times bestseller Pearl Harbor. He has written four feature films -- We Were Soldiers, Pearl Harbor, The Man in the Iron Mask, and the 1995 Academy Award-winner Braveheart -- and produced and directed We Were Soldiers and The Man in the Iron Mask. For his work on Braveheart, he received the Writers Guild of America Award for Best Original Screenplay as well as numerous other accolades, including Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations. In addition to his work as a filmmaker and author, Randall Wallace is the founder of Hollywood for Habitat for Humanity. This entertainment industry partnership with Habitat for Humanity works to garner financial donations, publicity, and volunteer involvement in support of Habitat for Humanity's goal of eliminating poverty housing worldwide. Wallace has two sons and lives in Los Angeles.

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Book details

  • PDF | 288 pages
  • Randall Wallace(Author)
  • Pocket; 1st Pocket Books edition (June 1, 1995)
  • English
  • 4
  • Literature & Fiction

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  • By PearlyBaker on March 15, 2016

    Probably the only movie that is exactly the same as the book. While it's an awesome love story and stale of courage, heroics and freedom it is totally unnecessary to read if you've seen the movie 15-20 times like I have. The worst part about it was I couldn't get Mel Gibson out of my mind the whole time. That and the fact that all I can think about when I envision the year of our Lord 1300 is the dank smells of dirty arm pits and naughty parts.

  • By taffeydog24 on November 23, 2014

    the best we people can understand at all what was going on and what England did to a people who just wanted to live their lives and raise their children...That is so sad .. England never took responsibility for the carnage they put upon the people of Scotland..A shame that England can never come out from!! England can only feel shame!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • By Erin L Sigler on November 5, 2015

    After seeing and falling in love with the movie, I have been wanting to watch the movie for years. I was not let down whatsoever.

  • By Guest on February 16, 2016

    Good story but lots of spelling errors.

  • By Margaret K. on August 8, 2015

    You can see Randall Wallace's genius when you compare the novel to the film. It was all beautifully done.

  • By vanessa on February 26, 2013

    After watching the movie I wanted to read a book of William Wallace as depicted in the movie. This is exactly what I wanted, and will most likely read again. Randall states clearly, this is how he would have liked Wallace to be. Weather it is historically accurate or not.

  • By Leslie K. Penny on June 8, 2013

    But, OMG, the editing was absolutely horrible. Throughout the whole book one fubar after another! I just can't believe the mistakes have not been fixed yet.

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