1932: The Path of the King, by John Buchan

By (author)John Buchan


The Path of the King by John Buchan is a historical fiction novel set in the 6th century, following the story of a young man named Colgrim who rises to power and becomes a king. The novel explores themes of leadership, loyalty, and sacrifice as Colgrim navigates the treacherous political landscape of his time. Along the way, he encounters a cast of memorable characters, including a wise old monk and a fierce warrior princess.

This vintage edition of the book is a beautiful miniature hardcover volume, complete with gilt ornamentation and lettering on the cover and spine. Despite some wear and tear, it remains in good condition and would make a wonderful addition to any book collection.

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The Path of the King, by John Buchan, published by Thomas Nelson & Sons Ltd, London, 1932. 287 pages.

A miniature hardcover volume, 16x11cm, with gilt ornamentation and lettering on cover and spine. Some wear to cover, including rubbing around edges, spine and corners. Signed in faded ink on inside front cover. Light pencil notes on inside black cover. No other writing or markings.

Beautiful vintage volume, would make a wonderful gift.

Weight .2 kg
Dimensions 16 × 11 × 2 cm




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