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`Read Kindle Ê The Poisoned Honey Cake ã THE ROMAN MYSTERY SCROLLS BookThe Poisoned HoneyTHE ROMAN MYSTERY SCROLLS, Book , The Poisoned Honey Cake, Helen Forte, Caroline Lawrence, Orion Children s Books Des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous enjour ou en magasin avec The Poisoned Honey Cake BookThe Roman Mystery ScrollsAchetez et tlchargez ebook The Poisoned Honey Cake BookThe Roman Mystery Scrolls English Edition Boutique Kindle FictionThe Poisoned Honey Cake LawrenceNotRetrouvezThe Poisoned Honey Cake et des millions de livres en stock surAchetez neuf ou d occasion The Poisoned Honey Cake Caroline Lawrence AchatDcouvrez The Poisoned Honey Cake Caroline Lawrence ainsi que les autres livres de au meilleur prix sur Cdiscount Livraison rapide Livraison rapide En poursuivant votre navigation, vous acceptez l utilisation, de la part de Cdiscount et de tiers, de cookies et autres traceurs des fins de mesure d audience, partage avec les rseaux sociaux, personnalisation des contenus, profilage A really good book, and it was really interesting. This story is about a boy from the Roman Era who is an apprentice to the soothsayer, Floridius Floridius encounters a tumultuous period when his ability to read the future is compromised Floridious and Thereptus soon realize that without his powers, Floridious will not retain customers, and will not be able to support himself or Thereptus Ravenously hungry, Thereptus ventures down into the sewers to spy on locals, and listen to any gossip from the bathhouses that would be of aid to Floridius This story is about a boy from the Roman Era who is an apprentice to the soothsayer, Floridius Floridius encounters a tumultuous period when his ability to read the future is compromised Floridious and Thereptus soon realize that without his powers, Floridious will not retain customers, and will not be able to support himself or Thereptus Ravenously hungry, Thereptus ventures down into the sewers to spy on locals, and listen to any gossip from the bathhouses that would be of aid to Floridius To no avail,Thereptus begins his trek home He spots a honey cake on the way at an alter and ravenously gobbles it all up.However this angers the God Fabulinus The honey cake had been poisoned Thereptus feels horrendous dizzy and queasy, and has lost his ability to speak Floridius cares for him at home but Thereptus soon realizes he must make amends with the God if he is to win back his voice I loved this book It provided a humourous yet fascinating account into the everyday lives of the Romans The book had plenty of humour that allowed for a very fast paced and pleasant reading experience It had 87 pages, but this wasthan enough, as this tale was one of several in a series, and the tales are short, snappy insights into Thereptus s life , which leaves the reader eager to know what happens in the next tale With The Romans as a very important topic of learning in primary schools, this book could be used in English class as a side reading activity to understand the everyday lives of the Romans I think the main character Thereptus strikes a chord with schoolchildren because he is so relatable his age, his desires, dislikes and his personality are the equivalent to a child s of today and that opens up a whole different world to children the realization that the past is a real experience with people living real lives, rather than an account from a textbook The story is about a young boy who lives with his mentor called the soothsayer The soothsayer had gambled 50 seserti in the hope of makingmoney to provide for himself and the little boy However he looses the money and as a result he cannot afford to buy food for hinself or the little boy The soothsayer says that he has lost his ability to see the future and will not be able to make a living The little boy then suggests that he go and be a spy as he had done previously and listen to p The story is about a young boy who lives with his mentor called the soothsayer The soothsayer had gambled 50 seserti in the hope of makingmoney to provide for himself and the little boy However he looses the money and as a result he cannot afford to buy food for hinself or the little boy The soothsayer says that he has lost his ability to see the future and will not be able to make a living The little boy then suggests that he go and be a spy as he had done previously and listen to people talking to help the soothsayer predict what will happen The soothsayer reluctantly agrees and the boy sets off down into the sewer and tries to listen to peoples conversations, however he was not getting any information it also began to rain heavly causing the little boy to drown He later regains consciousness and is so hungry that he decides to steal some honey cake that has been left for a God However upon eating the cake he fell very ill and lost his voice too Upon reaching home the soothsayer gave the little boy some chicken soup money which he had borrowed whilst the boy was resting he had a dream in which his oldmaster appeared, telling him that he will only get better if he replaces the cake he had stolen and give one precious item The next morning the boy did as he was told and soon after got better It seemed that after replacing what had been stolen their luck changed a banker came to the soothsayers house ro appologise for being rude and gave him and the little boy a large sum of money.This was a very good read and one I enjoyed very much, however I did feel it was quite short, it seemed as though the writer could have delved into the story a littleNevertheless I think it would be great for yr4 5 possibly yr6 it can be read as a class book, an independent read or even be used to teach children about Roman Gods It was quite an interesting story but the book wasn t long enough to get into it properly.The book is about a boy and his mentor is a soothsayer, the soothsayer is nice but has a problem with gambling and at a chariot race he bets 50 seserti on Scorpius a charioteer but then Scorpius gets disqualified so the soothsayer looses his money so then the soothsayer and the boy go hungry The boy offers to go down the sewers to listen to people talking above to help the soothsayer predict what is going It was quite an interesting story but the book wasn t long enough to get into it properly.The book is about a boy and his mentor is a soothsayer, the soothsayer is nice but has a problem with gambling and at a chariot race he bets 50 seserti on Scorpius a charioteer but then Scorpius gets disqualified so the soothsayer looses his money so then the soothsayer and the boy go hungry The boy offers to go down the sewers to listen to people talking above to help the soothsayer predict what is going to happen to them to get money to buy food