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MAJOR PREMISE Nicholas Hook seems to be born to trouble. When he is ordered to go to London and participate in the burning of Lollards, Hook’s headstrong behaviour leads to him being outlawed. Nicholas Hook fights many battles that appear to have inevitable disasters. His actions will be the only thing that will keep him alive.
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WHO WOULD ENJOY THIS? 14+ People interested in the medieval time period People interested in the techniques of war People interested in the history of archers and their importance
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“river looked like silver under the winter willows” “the river swirled through a wide valley edged with low wooden hills” “sun was hazed, shinning red gold and bright through the smoke” “the moon was silvering the sea and the shadows on the land were black and stark” “the town was a battered heap of
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Unformatted text preview: stone, mud, smoke and shattered houses” “the fighting platform was now a crude lump space” “there was a village, leading onto a wide reach of land that was bare earth beneath the glowering sky” “small patches of mist clung to the furrows and lingered in the dripping trees” Interesting Facts 1. Took place in the early 1400’s. 2. King Henry the fifth ruled England during the time period of this novel. 3. The battlefields were very muddy because of the many rainfalls. 4. Many soldiers had to defend themselves on dead bodies because many men died during the final battle. 5. Most men weren’t on horses during the war. 6. The English army had more archers fighting than men-at-arms. 7. The English army fought the French for pride....
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