The powerful sequel to the highly acclaimed No Shame, No Fear London 1665-66. With the plague raging and the scent of smoke upon the wind, Will and Susanna, separated by class and distance, struggle to reunite. Will has become a Quaker and broken with his father. Leaving Susanna behind in Shropshire, he travels to London, swearing to send for her once he is settled. But Will is arrested and thrown in gaol for standing up for his beliefs. This, along with the rapidly spreading plague and a dire misunderstanding, conspire to keep the lovers apart. A powerful story about how love and belief can overcome even the most terrifying twists of fate, this beautifully written tale will capture the imagination of readers of all ages.
|Publication date:||3rd May 2012|
|Publisher:||Walker Books Ltd|
|Categories:||Historical fiction (Children's / Teenage),|
Ann Turnbull was brought up in Bexleyheath, London, but now lives in Shropshire. She has always loved reading and knew from the age of ten that she wanted to be a writer. Her numerous books for young readers include Pigeon Summer, Deep Water, Room for a Stranger, No Friend of Mine, No Shame, No Fear and Alice in Love and War, as well as Greek Myths, a book for younger children illustrated by Sarah Young.More About Ann Turnbull