A morality parable about the son of a shoemaker with a mysteriously ill mother who is left alone to tend her and the shop while his father goes to pray to St. James for his wife's recovery.
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Gripping Tales: The Shoemaker's Boy
Productbeschrijving What if the Great Fire of London wasn't an accident? London, Eleven-year-old Jem Green is a lonely but resourceful kitchen boy, always in trouble with the cook for pilfering from the larder.
He's fascinated by the wealthy visitors he glimpses in the Dukes' household but when the powerful and frightening Count Cazalon requests to meet him, it becomes clear that his life might actually be in danger. And he is not the only child involved in the Count's sinister plan.
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As Jem starts meeting secretively with Ann, a young sorceress, and Tolly, a mute slave boy who can mind-speak, the three of them piece together the Count's terrible plans to devastate the City of London, and try to understand why Jem is at the heart of it all. Toon meer Toon minder.
Recensie s Eleven-year-old Jem Green is a kitchen boy in the London household of a powerful duke, who spends most of his time doing unpleasant jobs and being shouted at by the other servants. Make no mistake, this novel is as whacky as it seems. It's light on pages and extremely heavy on content.
Critchley has carefully chosen each and every word, crafting one of the most compelling stories I've ever experienced.
This takes no time to read. And, if you're like me, it bears several rereads. But, if you choose to make the attempt, it should indeed prove worthy of your time. He also is a magician and enjoys acting in various community theater productions.
Toggle navigation. Listen to this article. Indeed, this book is profoundly intriguing.
Also, it's only pages or so. Latest News.