Treason (Paperback)
  • Treason (Paperback)

Treason (Paperback)

Paperback 272 Pages / Published: 03/02/2011
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Will Montague is a page to Prince Edward, son of King Henry VIII. As the King's favourite, Will gains many enemies in Court. His enemies convince the King that Will's father has committed treason and he is thrown into Newgate Prison. Will flees Hampton Court and goes into hiding in the back streets of London. Lost and in mortal danger, he is rescued by a poor boy, Nick Drew. Together they must brave imprisonment and death as they embark on a great adventure to set Will's father free.

Publisher: Andersen Press Ltd
ISBN: 9781849391214
Number of pages: 272
Weight: 191 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 17 mm

"Doherty paints a very vivid picture . . . almost Shardlake for young readers." -- Susan Elkin * Independent on Sunday *
"A beautifully paced and measured story . . . Berlie Doherty manages to involve the reader completely in Will's world." * Books for Keeps *
"A beautifully crafted book, packed with rich detail and a convincing sense of time and place." * The School Librarian *
"A rich piece of historic fiction . . . written with great verve." -- Nigethan Sathiyalingam * *
"Fast and eventful . . . there is danger and fear but we never lose sight of what is truly important." * Carousel *

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The young William suffers a lose after his beloved brothers death. Sent away to London, he soon becomes a favourite of the temperamental king - Henry VIII. Although he is love by his majesty, Will has a secret; he is... More

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“It was so much more than ‘Divorced, Beheaded, Died. Divorced, Beheaded, Survived.”

The Tudors. Particularly Henry VIII – a time that attracts so many writers. This is set in the period between Henry’s third wife (Jane Seymour, mother of Edward) and Anne of Cleves. An adventure that runs along side... More

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