Havoc In Its Third Year by Ronan Bennett
Ronan Bennett skillfully transports readers back to the political and
religious turbulence of England in the 1630s. Reminscent of Arthur
Miller’s The Crucible, this dark, brooding novel can be read as a
powerful allegory for our own troubled times. Beautifully written in
the archaic register of the period, Havoc is a triumph on every
level, a powerful historical novel replete with contemporary significance.