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You signed out in another tab or window. The first time she donned highwayman's gear, it was to take revenge on an unfaithful lover. This time, Sovay's cause is far more important.
She must save not only her father and brother, but also England - under threat from the sinister plotting of Dysart and his shady affiliates. She will need the help of her trusty steward Gabriel, her fellow highwayman Captain Greenwood and Virgil Barrett, an American spy. So we go from rural England, to London and to Paris, at a time of political upheaval and public panic.
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The effect on English society was huge. The aristocracy was in panic, political reform movements sprang up and the government suspended habeas corpus. Sovay is absolutely excellent in its vivid portrayal of this time.
Premiere & Song of the Day: Low Lily – Sovay
The historical background is rich and detailed, but woven seamlessly into the narrative, so that you never feel it's a history lesson. The characterisation is also great. Everyone is multi-layered with internal dilemmas - except perhaps Dysart, the villain, who is rather a cardboard cut out. But we don't mind that - he's a villain!
Even Sovay herself, a possibly anachronistic figure, as a strong woman at a time when women were rarely associated with public life, seems believable within the framework of the historical situation.