Bonnie Dundee #2020

Bonnie Dundee Rosemary Sutcliff Bonnie Dundee When young Hugh Herriot first met John Graham of Claverhouse the legendary heroic leader of the King s cavalry in Scotland he knew his life would never be the same Some said Bloody Claver se was in

  • Title: Bonnie Dundee
  • Author: Rosemary Sutcliff
  • ISBN: 9780140317213
  • Page: 163
  • Format: None
  • Bonnie Dundee Rosemary Sutcliff When young Hugh Herriot first met John Graham of Claverhouse, the legendary heroic leader of the King s cavalry in Scotland, he knew his life would never be the same Some said Bloody Claver se was in league with the devil but Hugh was determined to follow the dashing soldier anywhere Joining Claverhouse Bonnie Dundee meant turning against his own family, religiouWhen young Hugh Herriot first met John Graham of Claverhouse, the legendary heroic leader of the King s cavalry in Scotland, he knew his life would never be the same Some said Bloody Claver se was in league with the devil but Hugh was determined to follow the dashing soldier anywhere Joining Claverhouse Bonnie Dundee meant turning against his own family, religious rebels called Covenanters, who were terrorizing the land It meant fighting battles that would decide the fate of his king and country and that were harrowing than he could have imagined Most of all it meant leaving Darklis, the beautiful, mysterious girl who shared his secrets and his love close
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    1. by Rosemary SutcliffWell, Rosemary Sutcliff did it again In her marvellous way, she spun a beautiful and tragic story out of a fairly obscure historical event In this case it was the life of John Graham of Claverhouse, also known as Bonnie Dundee He was Scottish and loyal to James II and VII even after the Glorious Revolution The story is told from the point of view of Hugh Herriot, his follower and servant Dundee himself emerges as an extremely likable figure, but Hugh s own story is just as fa [...]

    2. Hugh Harriot sets down the memories of his youth serving John Graham of Claverhouse, in a Scottish burr and vernacular that allow his voice to ring inside your head I liked this book, it s charming and different from anything I ve read before It has the feel of folk lore and an ever so slight pinch of fairy tale I enjoyed the young man, Hugh s, hero worship for Claverhouse as well as his love for his horse and his dog Rosemary Sutcliff is a nimble and quick story teller, I will try her again She [...]

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