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The Outlandish Knight Hardcover – 17 Dec 1999
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Raymond, a wandering minstrel with a message for Henry Tudor, spends the night in a small West Country village. Before he leaves, he kills tha mason and steals his wife. His only escape is to fight for the Tudor cause, and join the forces massing to challenge Richard of York.
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The Outlandish Knight is the story of a minstrel who is traveling to find himself and to serve his Master. The book which is broken down in three parts. Each part pertains to a different family memeber of Raymonds.
There are great folk songs through out the book which adds to Mr Adams great writing. I enjoyed the first two parts very much following along with Raymonds son as he to follows in his father footsteps. The second part of the story is told by Raymond the son, and it gives a different feel to the book.
The third part is about Raymond's daughter Honor Mary and about her story which is told by the Author. This is where the story slows down a little. Honor does not follow in their footsteps. It is still a wonderful book and it brings a very different look to Mr Adams works.It is an enjoyable book and any Richard Adams fan will enjoy it.I only wished that he would have given more feel and more color to the characters.