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15%OFFSusan Cooper - Victory - 9780552554152 - V9780552554152
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Description for Victory Paperback. Sam is a farm boy, ganged to serve in the Royal Navy. In the dangerous world of a warship enduring the Napoleonic Wars, he meets both cruelty and kindness, and survives a fearsome battle whose echoes reach through the years to involve Molly as well. Like him, she has lost her childhood but will find her future, with help from an unexpected source. Num Pages: 272 pages. BIC Classification: 5AK; YFT. Category: (J) Children / Juvenile. Dimension: 198 x 129 x 18. Weight in Grams: 198.

Two children cross an ocean, two hundred years apart. One is Sam Robbins, a powder monkey aboard HMS Victory, the ship in which Lord Nelson will die a hero's death at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. The other is Molly Jennings, a present-day English girl transplanted from London to America, fighting a battle of her own against loss and loneliness.

This extraordinary time-shifting adventure tells the interwoven stories of Sam and Molly, linked by a mystery. Sam is a farm boy, press ganged to serve in the Royal Navy. In the dangerous world of a warship enduring the ... Read more

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About Susan Cooper
Susan Cooper is a world-renowned author of children's books. Born in 1935 and brought up in England, she worked as a journalist before moving to America, where she now lives. Her fabulous The Dark is Rising sequence has won the Newbery Medal and been twice nominated for the Carnegie Medal. Her Boggart titles have won the Scottish Arts Council Children's ... Read more

Reviews for Victory
Meticulously researched and written with economy and sympathy
Amanda Craig
The Times
Themes of loss, displacement and - eventually - adjustment and acceptance link two very different narrative strands in this evocative novel . . . The historical background is meticulously researched but above all this is an engrossing story for children to enjoy
Kate Agnew ... Read more

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