The Heart Remembers

The Heart Remembers Venice Ypres Wales an incredible adventure across th century EuropeLeaving What is that It means nothing While the heart remembers there is no leaving Welshman Dai a trader and his motley band

  • Title: The Heart Remembers
  • Author: Margaret Redfern
  • ISBN: 9781909983328
  • Page: 321
  • Format: Paperback
  • Venice, Ypres, Wales an incredible adventure across 14th century EuropeLeaving What is that It means nothing While the heart remembers there is no leaving.Welshman, Dai, a trader, and his motley band of fellow travellers have landed in Venice, their welcome marred by a vicious quarrel on the quayside It is an omen of troubles to come Here, men are tortured to deathVenice, Ypres, Wales an incredible adventure across 14th century EuropeLeaving What is that It means nothing While the heart remembers there is no leaving.Welshman, Dai, a trader, and his motley band of fellow travellers have landed in Venice, their welcome marred by a vicious quarrel on the quayside It is an omen of troubles to come Here, men are tortured to death at the pointing of a suspicious finger In the English Fens, Edgar and Agathi face an incomer intent on stealing their inheritance.In Wales, Edward the English king is stamping hard on a proud people dangerously outnumbered Intent on finding her English grandfather Will the Wordmaker Kazan, as her companions know her, will need all her talents and wiles simply to stay alive.Half a year later, where the River Mawddach reaches the Irish Sea, where Will began his journey, an ending is reached and for Sophia, the storyteller s granddaughter, a new beginning.A thrilling picaresque adventure in storytelling from the author of Flint and The Storyteller s Granddaughter.

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    1. My review of this book appears in the February 2017 edition of Historical Novels Review:This gentle but absorbing novel is the third in a series that began with Redfern’s critically-acclaimedFlint and continued with The Storyteller's Granddaughter. Told from several perspectives, the band of good-hearted characters who came together in an epic trek from 14th-century Anatolia (Turkey) to Venice in the second novel continue on their various personal quests, encountering helpers and antagonists i [...]

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