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The Boy In Winter's Grasp

The Boy In Winter s Grasp It is Christmas As Europe descends further into the Great War Christopher Flyte is sent home in disgrace from his school He returns to the sleepy English village of Alton There he meets the myst

  • Title: The Boy In Winter's Grasp
  • Author: John D. Scotcher Delena Silverfox Silviu Sadoschi
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 277
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • It is Christmas 1914 As Europe descends further into the Great War, Christopher Flyte is sent home in disgrace from his school He returns to the sleepy English village of Alton There he meets the mysterious traveller, Bailey a master storyteller who fills the boy s head with stories of King Arthur s time The Christopher hears, the he suspects that Bailey sIt is Christmas 1914 As Europe descends further into the Great War, Christopher Flyte is sent home in disgrace from his school He returns to the sleepy English village of Alton There he meets the mysterious traveller, Bailey a master storyteller who fills the boy s head with stories of King Arthur s time The Christopher hears, the he suspects that Bailey s stories are than just simple myths Soon, Christopher is a pawn in a game that has been playing out for centuries.

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    1. This book is advertised as a YA novel, though I confess I hadn’t realised its YA label until after I’d finished it, so I read it from the point of view of an adult assuming they were reading an adult book. Did that make a difference? Not a jot. This would be a great book whatever genre box it was put in.The book sets out its stall from the start with the flavour of something beyond normality and planting a layer of unease in the reader’s mind over the troubled Flyte family and 15 year old [...]


    2. Basing fantasy adventure stories around the Arthurian legends is nothing new, and nor is setting them in wartime. What is different, is mixing them both together, into a Big book with a Big story. This is a dark tale set at a dark time with a sinister Master and young boy mourning the loss of his brother in the war which has a feel of Neil Gaiman book, but there is an underlying adventure story that is reminiscent of the magic of Diana Wynne Jones with but in its Arthurian links I find Susan Coo [...]


    3. I'll recommend taking a hot cup of coffee, stretching your legs on the sofa and enjoying the sweet steady stream of this fiction.In one word- captivating.John Scotcher has a way of making you completely understand the scene and person. The narration is spotless and the description vivid. Your imagination is tuned to the maximum and your attention is completely absolved. From known to the unfamiliar.This is what happened to me!I love the book and the story, I even identified with Christopher. Lar [...]


    4. I tried to like this, but found it a slog to read, with characters behaving in ways that were possibly meant to be intriguing but were just irritating.


    5. What a read this YA fantasy novel is! The story follows the exploits of Christopher, a slightly damaged 16 year old, and his friend, the adventurous girl, Sama, as they battle incredible forces. There is a fascinating mingling of World War I times with the myths, legends and history of Arthurian Britain. How this connection occurs is at the heart of the story and I won’t spoil it for readers. Suffice to say that the process involved is fascinating, terrifying, mystifying, engaging and altogeth [...]


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