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The Dungeon - Banks, Lynne Reid
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[EAN: 9780007137787], Neubuch, [PU: HarperCollinsChildren'sBooks, UK], Children's Fiction|Action & Adventure, Children's Fiction|General, Children's Fiction|Historical|Europe, HarperCollins Publishers, United Kingdom, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 197 x 130 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. A medieval tragedy and tale of retribution - The Dungeon is a powerful story from a writer of great skill and potency. The setting is medieval Scotland, a land dominated by skirmishes and battles on the borders, a land of fortresses and castles in Scotland, England and Wales. We meet Bruce McLennan, a Scottish laird, a man sorely-changed by a terrible family tragedy. He is a domineering master, an uncaring landlord, a cruel man, who has his heart set on building himself a castle and a Dungeon in which to punish his enemies in the future. But while the dungeon is being built, McLennan plans a trip to the far ends of the earth. As we follow McLennan on his travels to China and beyond, we witness his buying of Peony, or Mudan, as her Chinese name is, a young girl who McLennan uses as a slave. He is uncaring, unsympathetic, as he drags her after him across the world. Gradually, knowing no other, Peony develops a kind of affection for her master. In Scotland, Peony meets Fin, a stable lad and a loving friendship develops between them. McLennan, busy fighting off enemies, uses Peony in an horrific scene in one of his battles; he looses badly and subsequently blames her. He decides to punish her by throwing her in his dungeon.then unfolds a ghastly scene where Peony kills herself, at last in control of her own destiny. McLennan dies of guilt, shame and remorse. Fin lives on, and even Peony, perhaps, in his new baby sister.

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[EAN: 9780007137787], Neubuch, [PU: HarperCollins Publishers, United Kingdom], Children's Fiction|Action & Adventure, Children's Fiction|General, Children's Fiction|Historical|Europe, Language: N/A. Brand New Book. A medieval tragedy and tale of retribution - The Dungeon is a powerful story from a writer of great skill and potency. The setting is medieval Scotland, a land dominated by skirmishes and battles on the borders, a land of fortresses and castles in Scotland, England and Wales. We meet Bruce McLennan, a Scottish laird, a man sorely-changed by a terrible family tragedy. He is a domineering master, an uncaring landlord, a cruel man, who has his heart set on building himself a castle and a Dungeon in which to punish his enemies in the future. But while the dungeon is being built, McLennan plans a trip to the far ends of the earth. As we follow McLennan on his travels to China and beyond, we witness his buying of Peony, or Mudan, as her Chinese name is, a young girl who McLennan uses as a slave. He is uncaring, unsympathetic, as he drags her after him across the world. Gradually, knowing no other, Peony develops a kind of affection for her master. In Scotland, Peony meets Fin, a stable lad and a loving friendship develops between them. McLennan, busy fighting off enemies, uses Peony in an horrific scene in one of his battles; he looses badly and subsequently blames her. He decides to punish her by throwing her in his dungeon.then unfolds a ghastly scene where Peony kills herself, at last in control of her own destiny. McLennan dies of guilt, shame and remorse. Fin lives on, and even Peony, perhaps, in his new baby sister.

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[EAN: 9780007137787], Neubuch, [PU: HarperCollins Publishers, United Kingdom], Children's Fiction|Action & Adventure, Children's Fiction|General, Children's Fiction|Historical|Europe, Language: N/A. Brand New Book. A medieval tragedy and tale of retribution - The Dungeon is a powerful story from a writer of great skill and potency. The setting is medieval Scotland, a land dominated by skirmishes and battles on the borders, a land of fortresses and castles in Scotland, England and Wales. We meet Bruce McLennan, a Scottish laird, a man sorely-changed by a terrible family tragedy. He is a domineering master, an uncaring landlord, a cruel man, who has his heart set on building himself a castle and a Dungeon in which to punish his enemies in the future. But while the dungeon is being built, McLennan plans a trip to the far ends of the earth. As we follow McLennan on his travels to China and beyond, we witness his buying of Peony, or Mudan, as her Chinese name is, a young girl who McLennan uses as a slave. He is uncaring, unsympathetic, as he drags her after him across the world. Gradually, knowing no other, Peony develops a kind of affection for her master. In Scotland, Peony meets Fin, a stable lad and a loving friendship develops between them. McLennan, busy fighting off enemies, uses Peony in an horrific scene in one of his battles; he looses badly and subsequently blames her. He decides to punish her by throwing her in his dungeon.then unfolds a ghastly scene where Peony kills herself, at last in control of her own destiny. McLennan dies of guilt, shame and remorse. Fin lives on, and even Peony, perhaps, in his new baby sister.

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Bruce McLennan stared down into the newly excavated depths. At the moment there was just a hole in the ground. The ghosts of his past haunt the tyrannical laird, Bruce McLennan. Driven away by his memories, he sets off on a wild journey across the world. After many adventures, and bringing with him his Chinese slave-girl, Peony, McLennan is drawn back to Scotland and the dark and terrifying dungeon he has ordered to be built beneath his caste. As Peony begins to find friendship with Fin, a young stable lad, her master becomes more and more obsessed with revenge and, after a bloody battle, McLennan's thirst for vengeance twists in a new direction. Who will he throw into his hellish dungeon? The one he hates, or the one who, unknowingly, he has come to love? bargain book, remainder book, book, reading Fiction Softcover, Harper Collins

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A medieval tragedy and tale of retribution - The Dungeon is a powerful story from a writer of great skill and potency. The Dungeon Schulbuch Bücher>Schule & Lernen>Schulbücher>Nach Schulform, HarperCollins

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Dungeon
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Banks, Lynne Reid

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Dungeon

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A medieval tale of tragedy and retribution from the bestselling author of )Harry, the Poisonous Centipede(. Readership level: 10+.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780007137787
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0007137788
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Publishing year: 2003
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers

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ISBN/EAN: 9780007137787

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