By E.G. Spitzer
‘WALLACE: For Freedom Alone’ is the English language translation of the first part of the trilogy written by E. G. Spitzer of the legendary battle of the hopelessly outnumbered Sir William Wallace, Chieftain of Ellerslie, against the English occupying power for the freedom of his beloved Scotland.
In the year of our Lord 1307, John Wallace, on the eve of his execution, is telling his own life story, and that of his brother William.
Scotland lies defeated at the feet of the English king, whilst marauding English soldiers rob, loot and set fire to anything that is left.
The Scottish nation is starving, dying and has given up.
Meanwhile, the path of the young William Wallace seems sketched out. As the second-born of the family he was traditionally destined to have a career as a priest and scholar. Yet fate had very different plans for him ...
The book is a fact based fictional account using the latest historical findings and tells the remarkable story of William Wallace’s real and furious assault to free his nation - for freedom alone.