Author(s): Catherine Jinks
At sixteen, Babylonne is desperate. She's been starved and beaten, she's endured six bloody sieges, and now her aunt wants her to marry a crazy old man who thinks he's a giant olive. Can she trust the mysterious priest who's been spying on her, claiming to be a friend of her father's? Or would it be better to fight - and perhaps die - in the long, vicious war with the French? This action-packed epic continues with Book Five of the Pagan Chronicles - Pagan's daughter, Babylonne, is as feisty, funny and irresistible as her famous father.
A stand-alone story that is a triumph The quality and pace of Jinks's writing is flawless.'Christopher Bantick, Sydney Morning HeraldFans of Jinks' previous Pagan books need not be concerned. Babylonne is just as feisty and funny as her father was.'Lily Wilkinson, CYL NewsletterAmazing adventures, spiced with danger and revelations a well researched book from an author who knows her subject.' Anastasia Gonis, Good Reading