As Black Death approaches a small English town, Niccolai, a young unskilled laborer, accepts the job of undertaker’s apprentice. He surveys the town daily for markers representing death on resident’s doors, collects and buries the deceased. Although forbidden, he falls in love with an aristocrat's daughter, Joanna. His biggest concern becomes her safety, keeping her from catching the disease--a disease that wipes out half the population, history's greatest pandemic.
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At first, I was very excited about this book. However, as I read more, I became quite discouraged. There was so very much wrong factually wth this book that could have been so easily researched. The writer had the characters using words such as wow and gameface. A female character was looking forward to working drawing up contracts. They were eating corn. All this fairly close to the beginning of the book. I'm going to try and continue on but honestly, I doubt if I finish it before I delete it. So very disappointing.
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