Children of Clun

Children of Clun

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by Robert Nicholls
     
 

1421. In England's remote Welsh Borderlands, a future queen of Scotland would learn the true meaning of sacrifice and the feared name of Owain Glyndwr, the Welsh warrior-prince, would be whispered abroad one last time; all for the saving of the children of Clun.  See more details below

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1421. In England's remote Welsh Borderlands, a future queen of Scotland would learn the true meaning of sacrifice and the feared name of Owain Glyndwr, the Welsh warrior-prince, would be whispered abroad one last time; all for the saving of the children of Clun.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044371897
Publisher:
Robert Nicholls
Publication date:
02/27/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
548,507
File size:
1 MB

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I am a Canadian born Aussie, having emigrated with my wife to North Queensland in 1975. Since then, we've raised a son and have both been working in the state high school system. My areas have been English, History and Geography while hers has been Science. I write because I'm hooked on the music of words. I also sculpt, in wood and stone, because things that can be made with, and held in, the hands are good for the soul.

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Children of Clun 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is a history lesson for all who will listen. It delves into the life of 1400 England, but if you read it with an open mind you will learn something of life. It does not give you directio, only insight. Stick with it.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had high hopes for this book because I enjoyed another book by this author, very much. It is Sugar Town, a para normal mystery, whose heroine is a 13 year old girl and I do not even like paranormal books. But to get back to this book, it tries to use the grammer and mannerisms of the 14 th century. It is also very boring. I simply could not finish this 880 page novel. It is well edited. Some parts are a bit funny, some are gory. I read about half way through and gave up. It simply did not hold my interest. Perhaps if the grammer was modern and the rest of the book as is, the book would have better. AD