Green Jasper

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  • Paperback
  • 254 pages
  • Green Jasper
  • K.M. Grant
  • English
  • 13 October 2017
  • 0802796273

About the Author: K.M. Grant

K M GRANT was inspired by her own family history to write How the Hangman Lost His Heart Her ancestor, Colonel Francis Towneley, or Uncle Frank, was the last man in Britain to by hanged, drawn, and quartered His head was passed down for generations of her family until it was finally reunited with his body just after World War II, when it was buried at St Peter s Church It was Uncle Frank s colorful legacy that showed her how exciting history could be K M Grant is also the author of the de Granville Trilogy She lives in Scotland and works as a broadcaster and journalist.She has recently published her first novel for adults as Katharine Grant The separate name is to ensure the distinction between works appropriate for young audiences and works with adult material Forinformation, see The History Girls Naming myself, by Katharine Grant.



      Green Jasper
Is it foolish to think that one boy and a blood red horse can save a fair maiden and the throne of England Will and Gavin de Granville have come back from the crusade older, braver, and definitely wiser.Ellie has been longing for their return But they ve changed And home is almost as dangerous as the war they ve just left.The king is missing The country is in turmoil And some men would do anything for power What will two brothers risk for the woman they both love and the king they have both sworn to protect and serve In the second book of the de Granville trilogy, Will and Gavin find their family and all of England in serious peril. Free Read [ Green Jasper ] author [ K.M. Grant ] – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “ Green Jasper

  1. Grace says:

    So this book happened.To my profound disappointment, it wasn t nearly as good as the first one There was a noted absence of crusades Robin Hood anybody at all being smartIt seemed like there was a LOT all crammed in, and none of it had enough room to be fully developed This book deals with everything from the time Prince John makes a bid for the throne, to the end of his would be coup, and it all seems to go by in a crowded rush Usurpation has barely begun So this book happened.To my profound disappointment, it wasn t nearly as good as the first one There was a noted absence of crusades Robin Hood anybody at all being smartIt seemed like there was a LOT all crammed in, and none of it had enough room to be fully developed This book deals with everything from the time Prince John makes a bid for the throne, to the end of his would be coup, and it all seems to go by in a crowded rush Usurpation has barely begun and we never get to really see any of it because we re IMPRISONED w...

  2. Brandy says:

    This book had the same intensity as the first I spent quite a few tracks sitting in my car, unable to go into work until I found out if Ellie escaped from Descabius spelling or if Hosannah would again be saved I cried when Descabius rode Hosannah almost to death He s a wicked man and I absolutely detested him I love the historical context, 12th century Crusades King Richard I love the characters so strong, loyal, and honest I can t wait to read the last book in this trilogy I ve cried This book had the same intensity as the first I spent quite a few tracks sitting in my car, unable to go into work until I found out if Ellie escaped from Descabius spelling o...

  3. Hanna says:

    It s okay but I m not going to read the last book because I m tired of Hosanna getting stolen.

  4. Gay Lynn says:

    I will look for the third in the trilogy now I like the subtle interplay between christianity and a Muslim Seracin fighter I like the characters, the setting, and the ongoing saga of how or if Richard the Lion Hearted will return to the throne However this book had too much reiteration from book one After reading about half, the story started clicking and providedsuspense and intrigue Two orphaned sisters have turned up in the castle Plus a scrappy peasant is now integral in the plot I will look for the third in the trilogy now I like the subtle interplay between christianity and a Muslim Seracin fighter I like the characters, the setting, and the ongoing saga of how or if Richard the Lion Hearted will...

  5. Ellie says:

    i love this book and i love the characters though this book made me want to shake thembut spoilers they know that the last time they saw De Scabious he spent most of the time lying through his teeth and Gavin believed him straight away like wow Gavin i love you but why the instant belief

  6. Sarah says:

    William and Gavin de Granville continue their adventures in Green Jasper The boys are a little older and a little wiser as they begin life at home after the Crusades William is Earl of Ravensgarth and Gavin is Count of Hartslove now Ellie and Gavin are about to be married when the horrible, foul breathed Constable de Scabious interrupts the ceremony claiming that King Richard is dead therefore, the fickle Prince John is the new king Because de Scabious has sworn loyalty to John, he now has William and Gavin de Granville continue their adventures in Green Jasper The bo...

  7. Lady Knight says:

    I first read this when I was in high school and I absolutely loved it Reading it now, I find that this is not nearly as good as I remembered It is still good, but not the amazing I thought it was Unlike the amazing Blood Red Horse , Green Jasper is set in England just after the Crusades and during King Richard s captivity While Prince John is attempting to secure the throne for himself, Ellie and Gavin are due to be married Will is still heartbroken and angry with Gavin for a wide vari I first read this when I was in high school and I absolutely loved it Reading it now, I find that this is not nearly as good as I remembered It is still good, but not the amazing I thought it was Unlike the amazing Blood Red Horse , Green Jasper is set in England just after the Crusades and during King Richard s captivity While Prince John is attempting to secure the throne for himself, Ellie and Gavin are due to be married Will is still heartbroken and angry with Gavin for a wide varity of imagined failings During the ceremony, Constable de Scabious arrives and with the authority of King John kidnaps Ellie and proclaims that she will shortly be marrying him During the ensuing fray, Gavin is once again grievously wounded and cannot lead the chase Will is furious...

  8. Moriah Hendrick says:

    I thought that the first book in this series stood on its own very well The sequel wasn t really necessary, so that soured it a little from the beginning I don t really enjoy books where the villain is toowell, villainous, if you know what I mean At certain points in the book the villain was so inhuman and emotionless that he wasn t even a believable character any But I m really only listing the bad things Overall, I found the book to be enjoyable, historically accurate, and engaging I thought that the first book in this series stood on its own very well The sequel wasn t really necessary, so that soured it a little from the beginning I don t really enjoy books where the villain is toowell, vill...

  9. Jo says:

    While I read all but the prologue and the first chapter in essentially one sitting, which always speaks wells of a book, the end depressed me Perhaps when I m feeling less mopey, I will be able to look back upon the novel with less disappointment But right now, I just wanna curl up in bed and sleep But, like I said, I m feeling kind of mopey, and there s homework, and school in the morning If I had read it over the summer, I might not be so un thrilled with it So I want anyone reading this While I read all but the prologue and the first chapter in essentially one sitting, which always speaks wells of a book, the end depressed me Perhaps when I m feeling less mopey, I will be able to look back upon the novel with less disappointment But right now, I just wanna curl up in bed and sleep But, like I said, I m feeling kind of mopey, and there s homework, and school in the morning If I had read it over the summer, I might not be so un th...

  10. Heather says:

    I read this one much quicker than the first one For young and old alike that like classic tales of knights and damsels in distress, this story will not fail to please As an added plus, none of the damsels in this story are helpless and characters of all sorts display their heroism It is a v...