Red Falcons of Tremoine

Red Falcons of Tremoine In turbulent th century England year old Leo has been kept in the dark about his parentage But after the heir to the house of Wardlock is killed in the Crusades it s revealed that Leo is heir n

  • Title: Red Falcons of Tremoine
  • Author: Hendry Peart Maurice Brevannes
  • ISBN: 9780394915371
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Library Binding
  • In turbulent 12th century England, 15 year old Leo has been kept in the dark about his parentage But after the heir to the house of Wardlock is killed in the Crusades, it s revealed that Leo is heir not only to Wardlock but also to its fierce rival the house of Tremoine In seeking out his heritage, will Leo live out love and forgiveness as he s been taught

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    About "Hendry Peart Maurice Brevannes"

    1. Hendry Peart Maurice Brevannes

      Born in London, Ms Peart was fascinated by English history and remained so after moving first to Canada and then to the United States She became an American citizen in 1934, and lived near Monteray, California where she worked in publishing and as a children s librarian.

    431 thoughts on “Red Falcons of Tremoine”

    1. The book description provided by good reads is totally and completely inaccurate. That is an entirely different book.


    2. Ava (10): I liked this book very much. I thought it was very exciting, especially at the end. Leo (the main character) was my favorite character because he was really brave and he loves his grandparents and wants to be reunited with them after a long separation. The book is good for 2nd graders to 6th graders--a big wide range.


    3. Leo, raised by the men of a 12th-century English abbey, finds out that he is the heir to the lands of two families who have fought for years. Interesting tale of life under such circumstances. ;) I enjoyed this overall. The writing wasn't outstandingly great, though it wasn't bad either.




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