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Horrible Histories: Plague and Peril
Another horribly hilarious story from Terry Deary. It's 1348 and the shadow of the Black Death is descending over England. Geoffrey Copton returns from the war in France, only to find himself caught up in a plot to rob and kill an innocent man. Will Geoffrey and his friend Meg manage to save the day, or will the dastardly plotters get away with the gold ... and with murder.
Plague and Peril is set in 14th century England, around the time that the Black Death struck. And it's what this book is about. It follows the adventures of Meg and Geoffrey as they try to stop three men from robbing and murdering Martin the Moneylender. My favourite character is John the Pardoner, because he is evil and cunning which is what makes a good character in a book. In this book, there are several themes, including:
- Good and evil
In the end, the evil men get what was coming to them, which proves that good will always prevail. I would read another book by the author(Terry Deary) because the storyline was based on fact, but very interesting.