The Honorable Imposter: 1620 Book reviews


Author(s): Gilbert MorrisDownload  


Forced by his family to become a minister in the Church of England, Gilbert Winslow is offered a dangerous and challenging task by one of the most powerful nobles in Britain. Taking the post offers fortune and escape from a life he despises, but Winslow discovers it also means becoming a spy. His mission is to infiltrate a group of religious separatists and to ferret out the whereabouts of their leader, who is accused of dissension against the King. In spite of his initial uneasiness, infiltration proves to be an easy matter. But will the ultimate betrayal be so simple? With the influences of good and evil, faith and doubt, compassion and selfishness pulling him apart, to whom could he turn?

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kathryn barry rated it      

great read

Great historical fiction with great characters and plot. You won’t be disappointed. I plan on reading the next in the series


CorkyNSam92 rated it      

It’s been a while since I’ve read this. I was very excited about The House of Winslow series and started to buy all of them, but there are so many. I particular like books 1, 3, and 7.


Liz rated it      

This is the first book I’ve read by Gilbert Morris. It certainly reads differently than my usual female-author fare, and I enjoyed the change of pace. There’s a bit more blood and violence than I’d like, but such was the era. Morris gives the characters in this novel have plenty of time to develop. Each person seems realistic: flawed but not static, many repent and change and grow. The ending may be predictable, but the path the book takes to that ending is not. I recommend this book to anyone interested in clean, historical fiction.


Valerie rated it     

I ran across this series at the library when I was looking for another book. I decided to give it a shot and was pleasantly surprised. It is a Christian/historical romance series about the Winslow family. I thoroughly enjoyed it and have started on book two in the series. It was written by a man from a man’s point of view which is a refreshing change for me.

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this book is really fantastic. The only thing i don’t like is the ending. I think it ended too abruptly and the ending was kinda predictable. I mean come on, we all knew gilbert was going to end up with humility. It could have explained more.


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