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The Wind from Hastings
The Wind from Hastings
Author: Morgan Llywelyn
Romantic and searingly convincing, this novel from the days of the Conquest is based on a real woman and a real mystery. In 1066, William the Conqueror defeated Harold of England at Hastings, changing the course of Western civilization. This is the story of Edyth, Harold's wife, who witnessed the battle and then vanished completely and forever, ...  more »
ISBN: 39801
Pages: 183
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Publisher: Houghton Mifflin
Book Type: Hardcover
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This was an interesting book to read. I enjoyed reading it and now I wonder what did happen to Edyth and her children? How did they disappear so completely? Were they killed or did they go somewhere and live as commoners? Ms. Llywelyn has done a good job with the telling of this story.