The Wicked and the Just

The Wicked and the Just

Book - 2012
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In medieval Wales, follows Cecily whose family is lured by cheap land and the duty of all Englishman to help keep down the "vicious" Welshmen, and Gwenhwyfar, a Welsh girl who must wait hand and foot on her new English mistress.
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Harcourt, c2012.
ISBN: 9780547688374
Characteristics: 344 pages ;,22 cm.

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foxylady31
Mar 06, 2015

Not my favorite book by far but it a good historical novel depicting so well the evilness of the early English and life in a class based society.. makes me wonder what the British had that made them feel like they were above Everyone else in the world...

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ychi
Jul 03, 2012

Well. This one's lovely for its historical significance and accuracy, but wow. Cecily is such a stuck-up beyotch, even though we knew she was going to be -- how could she be so cruel? *coddles Gruffydd* And then the novel's end (and by "the novel's end" I mean the last page) was oddly abrupt. It makes me wonder if the unfinishedness is on purpose or not.

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aplumpe
Jun 16, 2012

A great historical novel about growing up in a class based society. Told from two points of view - the priviledged and the not so priviledged. Also shows the evilness of the British Empire at its worst. This book would make a modern girl really appreciate what she has in todays society - regardless of class.

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