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The Boy Knight

G. A. Henty

Publisher: SMK Books

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Summary

The Boy Knight: A Tale of the Crusades is the story of a young man in battle during the excitement of the Crusades. The hero of the story, Cuthbert, follows King Richard to the Holy Land. Cuthbert's presence of mind and common sense, his loyalty, honesty, valor, and quick wits are all characteristics that make us and his comrades in the book admire and respect him. And any lover of Robin Hood will certainly enjoy this tale.
Available since: 07/09/2013.

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