William Makepeace Thackeray (1811-1863) was an English novelist, mostly known for his satirical works which were full of irony concerning the English society of those times. His most famous work is a novel entitled 'Vanity Fair', first published in 1847. This novel is a bright example of Thackeray's style of writing, which features realistic but at the same time rather pessimistic view on life. Opposite to usual English novel with it's idealised characters, central figures in his works are egoistic and viceous.
'A Legend Of The Rhine' is a srtory set in the times of sword and shields, in the time of brave knight and fair ladies… And one of those knights, Ludwig, is travelling across the land with his horse, his weapons, and the holy cross, of course. What adventures are ahead of him? Read this brilliant story and soak up the atmosphere of the Dark Ages!