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The Journeys of Simon Beauregard-bookcover

By: Charles Coyne

The Journeys of Simon Beauregard

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At the feast to celebrate his newly achieved Warrior Status, Simon Beauregard, aged just sixteen, is told the news that he has been selected to escort his younger sister, Princess Leanda, to Askhelon for her arranged marriage to a much-older Caerwin. Caerwin is the leader of the Humanish Army in Askhelon, which lies on the other side of Ashtar, their unfriendly neighbouring country. With the aid of his Troll friend Tom Icklethorn, Simon, Princess Leanda and her maid Hilda have numerous frightening and exciting experiences, including battling giant ants, before reaching their goal. Here the result is not as anticipated. On his return journey through the Forest of Strange Beasts, Simon rescues two orphan children from war-torn Volscia and hungry vultures. Later he helps to organize combined forces to overcome the dreadful Orcs.
Charles Coyne was born in Hull, East Riding, and educated at Riley High School and Hull Municipal Technical College. After acquiring three degrees, he saw service in the Fleet Air Arm as an Observer. Later, he twice stood as a Member of Parliament and as a Local Government Candidate in both Ealing and Leicester. Charles' career as a Management Consultant had assignments which took him to Brazil, Venezuela, USA and most European countries. He also produced a number of documents for both the European Commission and the Motor Industry. Now he has retired to the delightful island of Gozo.
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