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Moulin Paperback – 14 Nov 2011
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Alex, relying on an 850 year old diary hidden at the top of the windmill, manages to trigger the windmill's magical properties and the two boys find themselves in 1152, on the day the diary began. The series of adventures that ensue are exciting and sometimes harrowing. Henry and his new friend Benoit witness a gruesome murder and other atrocities while barely escaping and eventually setting things right.
Complaints: That the children are British is never mentioned. It should have been. Henry's age is left uncertain for a long time. It should have been clarified earlier. Henry's attention to Alex is unusual for a 13-year-old and is suspect. The owl is abandoned too quickly. It should have had more of a role given villager attitudes towards it.
It is still a good read! However, given the violence, I'd recommend the book for children 10 and older.