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Warrior Heroes: The Knight's Enemies - cover

Warrior Heroes: The Knight's Enemies

Benjamin Hulme-Cross

Publisher: A&C Black Childrens & Educational

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Travel back in time with brothers Arthur and Finn to help stop the castle of Sir William Malory falling and prevent the death of his daughter Eleanor. Fascinating historical facts combine with action packed fiction to create a dramatic and gripping adventure. This fast paced and exciting narrative will leave the reader wanting more and more. Will the boys escape after being imprisoned, manage to save Eleanor and succeed in changing the course of history?
Available since: 07/01/2015.

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