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    The Freedom of Birds
    The Freedom of Birds
    <b>Two French storytellers and a runaway girl travel through fairytale lands, Italian theatres, and the battlefields of France in search of a place to belong as Napoleon's Empire falls, from the author of <i>Josephine's Garden</i>.</b><br/><br/>Remi Victoire is the golden child among all the theatre orphans; he dreams of a life on a Paris stage. But when this future is stolen from him, Remi and his faithful friend Pascal turn their backs on Paris forever.<br/><br/>With Saskia, a runaway orphan girl, Remi and Pascal form a performing troupe, travelling through the fairytale lands that are home to the Brothers Grimm, before finding a safe haven in Venice.<br/><br/>As Napoleon's vast Empire crumbles, the French storytellers discover that Paris itself is now at risk of invasion and they fear for the loved ones they have left behind.<br/><br/>From picturesque villages to Italian theatres and on to the battlefields outside of Paris, this is a beautifully told story about the bonds of love and friendship, the importance of stories, and finding a place to belong.<br/><br/>Praise for Stephanie Parkyn:<br/><br/>'A luminous, enthralling tale of love, treachery, treason and friendship...full of unexpected twists and turns.' Kate Forsyth on <i>Josephine's Garden</i><br/><br/>'Spellbinding, rich and an immensely enjoyable blend of fact and fiction.' Blue Wolf Reviews on <i>Josephine's Garden</i>
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    NZ$ 65.99

    Book Author
    Stephanie Parkyn
    Genre Historical , Fiction
    Large Print 16 Pt Edition (Standard Large Print)
    Allen & Unwin Book Publishers
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