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Het rad van Fortuin (De honderdjarige oorlog #3)

4.07 of 5 stars 4.07  ·  rating details  ·  1,131 ratings  ·  5 reviews
'Kleine Robert' is de tweede pleegzoon van Marie-Claire, de zangeres. Hij is weinig groter dan een dwerg, maar bang voor niets en van plan een held te worden. Hij kan zich praktisch onzichtbaar maken en is een feilloos messenwerper, die op een afstand van 5 meter met zijn mes een vlieg kan raken. Du Guesclin, de held van Bretagne, ziet iets in de kleine Robert en maakt hem ...more
Hardcover, 441 pages
Published by Lemniscaat (first published 1978)
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A story in 3 parts about the 100/year war in Europe. It´s about a girl who always wanted to see France. But once she escapes the cluthes of her father, a flemish merchant, she finds herself in France in the middle of a war. France doesnt seems as beautiful as she imagined. She finds a friend, and later a lover in Berton de Fleur, a Bard. They get involved in the war deeply, and the 3 books are about them, their family, and the ending of the 100 year war. A beautiful series, much more then a chil ...more
Oct 22, 2012 Charlotte rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Ellen Ploeger
Thea Beckman is my favorite dutch author so far. I love all of her books that I read so far. I really like that in this book Robert the dwarf is someone who everybody thinks is useless, but in fact he's a great spy. I think it has a great plot and wonderful descriptions.
part three of trilogy 100 year war between England and France.

I keep loving those books!!!
Ik was verliefd op kleine Robbert en heb mijn dagboek in die tijd Thérèse genoemd. Dus.
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  • Geheimen van het wilde woud
  • Oorlogswinter
  • Floddertje
  • Oorlog zonder vrienden
  • De Amulet
  • De kleine kapitein
Thea Beckman (1923-2004) was born in Rotterdam. She began writing in 1947, but it was not until her children were grown that she devoted herself to writing full time. Crusade in Jeans was first published in 1973. It became an overnight success, making her one of the most popular authors of juvenile books in the Netherlands. Ms. Beckman is fascinated by history and wrote books about many historical ...more
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