Far from Home
Far From Home is Joan of Arc's story told by her mother, Zabillet. This brilliant, vivid historical novel, published in the 600th anniversary year of Joan of Arc's birth, brings new insight into what it is like to be the mother of a hero.
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Archbishop of Reims arms army asked Zabillet Aveline believe Bermont Bertrand de Poulengy boys Burgundians cathedral Cathérine celebrate Chinon church cold Compiègne CONVERSATIONS Zabillet talks course curé Frontey daughter Dauphin Domremy Duke Durand écorcheurs English eyes face fear fight fire France friends girl Goddams gone Greux Guillaume Guillaumette happened happy head hear heard heretic Holy Mother horse Jacquemin Jacques Jean Morel Jehanette Jehanne Jehanne’s journey King King’s knew laughed Le Puy live looked Maman Marguerite Neufchâteau never no-one Orléans peasant Pierre and Petit-Jean Pierre Maugier Pierrelot pray priest prison ransom Reims remember Robert de Baudricourt Rouen seemed she’s shouted siege of Orléans smiled soldiers soon stood story sure tell there’s things thought told town trying turned Vaucouleurs village Vouthon waiting walked wanted wasn’t weeping whilst wonderful worry young Zabillet felt Zabillet sat