|Shortlisted for the Whitbread Children's Book of the Year Award 2000. |
|It's the tenth year of the Trojan war - for how much longer can Troy and its people survive. |
Some familiar subjects--especially historical ones such as the sacking of Troy--are these days rarely tackled for fear of the inevitable repetition of other works involved and potential accusations of unoriginality on the author's part. So what more could
|jessica cooke, fairfield high school, bristol|
I really liked this book, it is about then Trojan/Greek war, but unlike most other books, it looks from the Trojan point of view. I would recommend this book to any one 11-16 years old and give it 9/10.
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