Knights Tales: The Knight of Swords and Spooks by Terry Deary
Another of Terry Dearys humorous and witty tales of medieval knights. Young George is suspicious when his unloving father announces that he will be a squire to King Richard III. It is not longbefore he finds out that he is really a hostage to guarantee his fathers loyalty to the king. After one failed escape attempt, George believes his tragic fate to be sealed. But he hasnt counted on the heroism of his faithful servant, Robin, who shows he will do anything to protect his young master. The kings allies are not so loyal and the future of England is about to change forever. This is an unusual tale, based on a real medieval knight, full of Terry Dearys dark humour and dry wit. Paperback. 64 Pages. Written by Terry Deary. For Ages 7-9 Years...    
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