Quentin Durward

by Sir Walter Scott (Author)

Quentin Durward, an archer and mercenary, gains the favor of Louis XI of France and the love of the beautiful Burgundian heiress, Isabelle de Croye. This is a captivating tale full of action, adventure and unexpected challenge. A poor Scotsman named Quentin Durward travels to France to find military work. He joins the royal party of King Louis XI, who is at odds with Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy. When the king is attacked by a boar, Quentin leaps into action and saves his life. This leads to a fateful assignment that will change his life forever. Quentin is charged with protecting Isabelle de Croye, an heiress being targeted by Charles. While together, Quentin and Isabelle unexpectedly fall in love, upsetting the duke?s treacherous plans.Quentin Durward is a historical novel driven by larger-than-life characters. Each one plays a pivotal role in the layered narrative. Like many of Scott?s works, Quentin Durward balances action, morality and an unforgettable story. With an eye-catching new cover, and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of Quentin Durward is both modern and readable.

Book details

Contributor
Mint Editions (Collaborator)
Publication date
May 14, 2021
Publisher
Collection
Page count
448
ISBN
9781513285474
Paper ISBN
9781513285474
File size
3 MB