namelos llc, Sep 9, 2009
When Randal drops a fig onto the new Lord's horse, his life changes forever. The accident seemed trivial, but it leads to squirehood, knighthood, and a heavy price. Setting her story in Norman England, Rosemary Sutcliff once again proves her preeminence in the field of historical fiction.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - maureene87 - LibraryThing
A young boy, Randal, is won in a chess game and given to a knight who raises him with his own grandson. Set against the backdrop of the struggle after William the Conqueror’s death, Knight’s Fee is an evocative, bitter-sweet, and ultimately rewarding story. Read full review
KNIGHT'S FEEUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Randal, the dog-boy, through the whim of a jester becomes companion to a young English noble. As companion and later squire to the gentle master, he becomes initiated into the ways of knighthood and ... Read full review