Queen Margot Bloody Wedding by Olivier Cadic, Francois Gheysens
  

Queen Margot Bloody Wedding

Written by Olivier Cadic, Francois Gheysens
Illustrated by Juliette Derenne

RRP £7.99

Synopsis

Queen Margot Bloody Wedding by Olivier Cadic, Francois Gheysens

1572: in order to secure the peace between Catholics and Protestants, a marriage of convenience is arranged between Margot and the son of the Queen of Navarre. Margot, still in love with the Duke of Guise and repulsed by her fiance, does her best to escape this arranged marriage. However, this union means a lot politically and the princess finds herself drawn into the intolerably cruel events of the night of the St Barthelemy.

About the Author

The Age of Innocence is co-authored by Olivier Cadic, passionately fond of History, and a Graphic Novel fanatic, Francois Gheysens. It is illustrated by Juliette Derenne, a young artist who started in the Graphic Novel market in 2001, and who has already taken part in the creation of the 'La compagnie des Glaces' series, published by Dargaud, and has illustrated the comic book 'les oublies' published by Bamboo in 2005. Authors reside in Derenne: France Cadic: United Kingdom Gheysens: France.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Olivier Cadic, Francois Gheysens
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Publisher

Cinebook Ltd

Publication date

20th April 2007

ISBN

9781905460199


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