Ronald Welch
Escape from France
February 23, 2019 Comments.. 282
Escape from France For young Richard Carey the dangers of Revolutionary France stood out in sharp contrast to the sheltered life he had known in Cambridge and London And for the first time his intelligence tenacity an

  • Title: Escape from France
  • Author: Ronald Welch
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 339
  • Format: Hardcover
  • For young Richard Carey, the dangers of Revolutionary France stood out in sharp contrast to the sheltered life he had known in Cambridge and London And for the first time his intelligence, tenacity and courage are called upon in the challenging mission which he agrees to undertake With the help of his cousin Armand D Assailly and an English frigate, Richard manages to seFor young Richard Carey, the dangers of Revolutionary France stood out in sharp contrast to the sheltered life he had known in Cambridge and London And for the first time his intelligence, tenacity and courage are called upon in the challenging mission which he agrees to undertake With the help of his cousin Armand D Assailly and an English frigate, Richard manages to send several of his French relatives to safety Now the severe task of freeing Armand s father from the Abbaye prison makes great demands on the ingenuity of these young men Assuming the identity of the Republican whom Richard kills in a duel, he is able to secure the discharge of Armand s father and his safety across the Channel The path to final safety is strewn with obstacles and dangers all the way, but Richard and his friends manage to overcome them, if often at a sacrifice Definitely a first rate tale of intrigue.

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    1. Suzannah says:

      I first stumbled across Ronald Welch's stirring adventure stories for boys at our local library, which still owned a few of the old Oxford University Press hardbacks, and Escape from France was one of the books I read. At the time, I considered it an exciting story, but also less substantial than many of the other Carey Family books I'd read, especially my favourite, Captain of Dragoons.So I was interested to see what I would think of it lo these many years later, as an adult.We meet Richard Car [...]

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