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Cue for Treason (Puffin Books) e-book

Author:

Zena Flax,Geoffrey Trease

Language:

English

Category:

Teenagers

ePub size:

1597 kb

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Rating:

4.4

Publisher:

Puffin Books (July 26, 1973)

Pages:

240

ISBN:

014030231X

Cue for Treason (Puffin Books) e-book

by Zena Flax,Geoffrey Trease


Geoffrey Trease (Author), Zena Flax (Illustrator). My introduction to his work was Ward to Caesar and Cue for Treason as a child. Geoffrey Trease was last of certain generation authors of children's books when he passed away in 1998

Geoffrey Trease (Author), Zena Flax (Illustrator). Geoffrey Trease was last of certain generation authors of children's books when he passed away in 1998. Cue for Treason was first published in 1940 is a children's historical novel and is considered Geoffrey Trease's best-known work. Very short plot overview: The historical narrative is set in Elizabethan England at the end of the 16th century.

PUFFIN BOOKS Cue for Treason Born in Nottingham in 1909, Geoffrey Trease had . Illustrated by Zena Flax. Published by the Penguin Group.

PUFFIN BOOKS Cue for Treason Born in Nottingham in 1909, Geoffrey Trease had his first book published in 1934. He has since written over 100 books for both children and adults, ranging from. At the time Geoffrey Trease did not know whether he would be called up for national service before he finished it, or still be alive when it was published. It came out in 1940, but all warehouse stocks were destroyed in the London Blitz.

I read Cue for Treason in 1973 just because I was interested in history. I loved the book so much that I kept my original hard cover copy and recently gave it to my l4 year old son to read. It was not a part of his grade 9 english but he also loved the story. We both recommend this book to other children and adults.

Cue for Treason 978-0141325705 - I read this book well before my love affair with the bard began - so it may have . Born in Nottingham in 1909, Geoffrey Trease had his first book published in 1934

Cue for Treason 978-0141325705 - I read this book well before my love affair with the bard began - so it may have been this book that lead to that love. Peter flees both an evil nobleman and the law. Пользовательский отзыв - LeelaStar - LibraryThing. I read this book for school. Born in Nottingham in 1909, Geoffrey Trease had his first book published in 1934. He went on to write over 100 books for children and adults, and became renowned for his children's historical novels. Cue for Treason, published in 1940, was his most popular and successful book. Библиографические данные.

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Cue for Treason by Geoffrey Trease (Paperback, 1973). Publisher: Puffin ISBN 13: 9780140302318

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Fleeing from the evil Sir Philip Morton, Peter Brownrigg finds himself on the wrong side of the law - and on the run. As he makes his way to London, he meets Kit, another runaway, and the two decide to stick together. With luck on their side, they find jobs as apprentices to William Shakespeare, but a chance discovery endangers their lives once more. Soon Peter finds himself on an adventure that takes in murderous plots, secrets and even treason, and will test his bravery to its very limits. Set in the turbulent days of Elizabeth I, this classic story of danger and intrigue conjures up a magical world of mystery, twists and turns and thrilling action.
Leceri
This is a fabulous story, but the Kindle format is a mess. I highlighted the multitude of typos that I found, and would gladly email the file to whomever was responsible for scanning this book and converting it to text ... hopefully it can be edited and in the final format it will deserve the 5 stars I've given it, because the book itself is a treasure. I remember reading this back in seventh grade in the seventies in Canada, and I loved it then, and very much enjoyed reading it again more recently. The two main characters are wonderful and their adventure thrilling and fun. It was wonderful reading about a strong hero and heroine standing up to evil and protecting the things they valued.
Dreladred
I read "Cue for Treason" when I was about twelve years old and it was the first book that transported me from my real life to the world that books can create. They say books don't have covers they have doors and I found this to be true. I recommend this book to children and adults. Rereading as a adult it still kept me enthralled.
Minnai
I am grateful for the effort put in to find these rare classics and keep good and real stories around and on the market for future generations.
Hono
The book itself (in printed format) is extremely enjoyable. However its transformation into electronic format has too many spelling and grammatical errors which detract from the enjoyment of the content.
Gralsa
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Geoffrey Trease was a prolific writer and he wrote at least one hundred books in his life time. His children's books I am sure given many readers an interest in history, which was originally fired by reading Trease - books such as White Nights of St Petersburg (1967), Edward I's England and his other Roman based novels. My introduction to his work was Ward to Caesar and Cue for Treason as a child. Geoffrey Trease was last of certain generation authors of children's books when he passed away in 1998. Cue for Treason was first published in 1940 is a children's historical novel and is considered Geoffrey Trease's best-known work.

Very short plot overview:

The historical narrative is set in Elizabethan England at the end of the 16th century. Two young runaways become boy actors; they both have their own individual back story that led to their actions to run away. While travelling first on the road and later in London, where they are assisted by one William Shakespeare, they are made aware of a plot against Queen Elizabeth's life and through many adventures attempt to prevent the plot to assassinate the Queen.

My thoughts:

I found that there is a wealth of information about this book and the writer on the internet and it is really worth looking at if you interested. As a child I loved the adventure, suspense that the author's work generated, his work was always a real page turner for me. I have subsequently found out that this book is considered a template that he used for many future novels he wrote. Apart from the attention to detail which makes you feel you are Elizabethan England, the novel deals with: social issues of the time such as enclosures and unemployment, and the fears of internal rebellion and external threats such as invasion. Forced marriage, an issue that concerns us even today in the 21st century and the prohibiting of women from the drama are touched upon. There is an exploration of values of patriotism, loyalty and common good. As a child some these themes were perhaps beyond my grasp, for me this book transcends gender and age and is worth a very good five star rating, a highly recommended read.
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Ice_One_Guys
Geoffrey Trease was a prolific writer and he wrote at least one hundred books in his life time. His children's books I am sure given many readers an interest in history, which was originally fired by reading Trease - books such as White Nights of St Petersburg (1967), Edward I's England and his other Roman based novels. My introduction to his work was Ward to Caesar and Cue for Treason as a child. Geoffrey Trease was last of certain generation authors of children's books when he passed away in 1998. Cue for Treason was first published in 1940 is a children's historical novel and is considered Geoffrey Trease's best-known work.

Very short plot overview:

The historical narrative is set in Elizabethan England at the end of the 16th century. Two young runaways become boy actors; they both have their own individual back story that led to their actions to run away. While travelling first on the road and later in London, where they are assisted by one William Shakespeare, they are made aware of a plot against Queen Elizabeth's life and through many adventures attempt to prevent the plot to assassinate the Queen.

My thoughts:

I found that there is a wealth of information about this book and the writer on the internet and it is really worth looking at if you interested. As a child I loved the adventure, suspense that the author's work generated, his work was always a real page turner for me. I have subsequently found out that this book is considered a template that he used for many future novels he wrote. Apart from the attention to detail which makes you feel you are Elizabethan England, the novel deals with: social issues of the time such as enclosures and unemployment, and the fears of internal rebellion and external threats such as invasion. Forced marriage, an issue that concerns us even today in the 21st century and the prohibiting of women from the drama are touched upon. There is an exploration of values of patriotism, loyalty and common good. As a child some these themes were perhaps beyond my grasp, for me this book transcends gender and age and is worth a very good five star rating, a highly recommended read.

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