The Dance of Death by Andy Croft
  

Synopsis

The Dance of Death by Andy Croft

As the Black Death devastates England, wiping out whole villages, Adam and his older brother Will try to survive the new, terrifying world around them. They must face gangs of soldiers, religious mania, starvation and the ever-present threat of disease. Can they survive? A heart-pounding story of brotherhood, desperation and life in one of England's darkest times.

About the Author

Andy Croft

Andy Croft is an expert in his field and has written 30 books about sport for Hodder’s Livewire/Real Lives series. He teaches poetry and creative writing classes. He has also written biographies of Sol Campbell and Kelly Holmes for Barrington Stoke’s gr8read series. He lives in Middlesbrough.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Andy Croft
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Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

10th September 2015

ISBN

9781472913654


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