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Warrior Girl: A Novel of Joan of Arc (edition 2006)

by Pauline Chandler

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Title:Warrior Girl: A Novel of Joan of Arc
Authors:Pauline Chandler
Info:Greenwillow Books (2006), Hardcover, 368 pages
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Set in France in 1428. Marianne’s mother has been murdered & her father killed in battle against the English. The shock of this is so strong that she has lost her voice. She is taken in by relations and is drawn to her cousin Jehanne (Joan of Arc) who asks her to join the cause for a free France. But Marianne has her own battles to fight over her inheritance as her father was actually a knight ( and although he & her mother never married) M stands to inherit his lands & castle if she can prove who she is by presenting a ring with the family seal on it before he wicked uncle steals it away.p.195 – 201Joan rallies the troops, is wounded and must pull out an arrow.
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A war-torn country waiting for a hero

An ebony box holding the key to a young orphan's life

A determined young woman who hears voices promising that she will save her beloved France

And another with no voice to say that her future is in peril

For centuries, Joan of Arc's legendary journey has spoken to readers' sense of adventure. Pauline Chandler's riveting novel delivers the tale with astonishing freshness and unflinching truth.

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Although surrounded by treachery, Mariane, a young mute, battles alongside her cousin, Joan of Arc, for the liberation of France from the English.

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