Belle's Song

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Bloomsbury Publishing USA, Nov 22, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 304 pages
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Fifteen-year-old Belle is a dreamer with a sharp tongue and an aching burden: her carelessness has crippled her father. A chance meeting with bespectacled Luke has her decide to join the pilgrimage to Canterbury made famous by Geoffrey Chaucer's beloved tales. There she befriends the famous writer and Walter, a handsome squire with a secret of his own. Growing to love her fellow travelers dearly, Belle is thrilled by the attention from both Luke and Walter. But casting its shadow over the pilgrims is the threat to England posed by an unreliable king anxious to keep his throne at any cost. When Belle discovers that Master Chaucer is embroiled in dangerous politics, she is forced to make a choice that will turn her pilgrimage into a gamble with a deadly price.

K. M. Grant's epic story will introduce the world of Chaucer to a whole new group of readers.

 

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User Review  - Kalis Iacon - Goodreads

I didn't like this book at all. It seemed like the author was confused if this was suppose to take place in the set time period or in modern day. And the main character was very ditzy. I only made it to chapter 5. Read full review

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User Review  - Kirsty (overflowing library) - Goodreads

Belle's story follows the main character belle as she goes on pilgrimage for her father The story is very in depth with lots of detailed description. You get a good sense of period from in about what ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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K. M. GRANT is the author of the acclaimed de Granville trilogy, the Perfect Fire trilogy, and How the Hangman Lost His Heart. She lives in Scotland and works as a writer and broadcaster. www.kmgrant.org

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