The Lost Baron: A Story of England in the Year 1200 (2020)

The Lost Baron: A Story of England in the Year 1200 Allen French The Lost Baron A Story of England in the Year In the year in Cornwall thirteen year old Martin s first day as page and squire to Baron Eric of Less Mortain is also his last when the Baron mysteriously disappears and his visiting distant rel
  • Title: The Lost Baron: A Story of England in the Year 1200
  • Author: Allen French
  • ISBN: 9781883937539
  • Page: 199
  • Format: Paperback
The Lost Baron: A Story of England in the Year 1200 Allen French In the year 1200 in Cornwall, thirteen year old Martin s first day as page and squire to Baron Eric of Less Mortain is also his last when the Baron mysteriously disappears and his visiting distant relative and heir, the moody Sir Basil, takes charge of the castle.
The Lost Baron: A Story of England in the Year 1200 Allen French

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One thought on “The Lost Baron: A Story of England in the Year 1200

  1. Steve Hemmeke

    Great childrens story.Set in the time of King John, a fine book that highlights virtues of hard work, initiative and wisdom.When Lord Eric disappears mysteriously for months and his moody and menacing cousin takes over, young Martin from the village learns some secrets by hard work and keeping his eyes and ears open He serves the new baron well, but the old one even better With Eric s wife and daughter locked away in their rooms mostly, Martin finds a way to protect and restore them.This is not [...]

  2. Rachel

    One of the BEST books I ve read in awhile D Detail of castle life, and a story where men are men and the women are true ladies Mystery, adventure, a hint of sweet romance, and a story of forgiveness EXCELLENT Recommend to all D

  3. Katrina Zartman

    A book that makes you ask, How is the author going to tie everything together , rather than, What is going to happen The first few pages, with long descriptions, seemed slow, but soon I didn t want to put the book down.

  4. Daniel

    Pretty good plot, likable characters The quality of writing left a little to be desired, but it was written for boys.

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