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The Silver Stag of Bunratty

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The hunt is on. Sir Richard de Clare wants the head of the Silver Stag on his walls at Bunratty Castle. Dame Anna, the mysterious woman in the castle tower, warns that nay harm to this stag will bring doom to Bunratty for generations to come.
Four children work together to save the stag. But they are soon out of their depth - and now they become the hunted ones. Can they sa
Paperback, 229 pages
Published December 31st 2011 by O'Brien Press
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Jesycca Cousineau
Jun 02, 2014 Jesycca Cousineau rated it liked it
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This book was nothing what I had expected. At first glance, I assumed it to be a fantasy, but then it turned out to be a historical fiction set in medieval Ireland. The story revolves around four fictional children who witness the events leading up to the fall of Bunratty castle in 14th century Ireland. It's very simple to read, so I recommend it for twelve year olds who have an interest in Irish history.
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I didn't love this book, but there may be a scene that makes it into my dissertation.

If I took another group of students to Ireland, I would probably have them read it.
Jun 01, 2014 Tristan rated it it was amazing
this Is a really good book and there is an incredible plot twist I recommend this book to every one.
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Eithne Massey is a graduate of University College Dublin and NUI Maynooth, and a short-story writer. She has worked with the Arts Council and as a librarian. Her interest in mythology has been a lifelong one. Although she lives in Dublin, she is often found traveling to old and secret places around the country.
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