Britfield & the Lost Crown

Britfield & the Lost CrownBritfield The Lost Crown Is The First Book In A Thrilling Seven Part Series For Middle School And Young Adult Readers It Will Inspire Children To Engage Both Their Creativity And Their Critical Thinking Skills As They Encounter Actual Places, Authentic Characters, And Exciting But Realistic Events In Seventeen Action Packed Chapters Based On Family, Friendship, Loyalty, And Courage, Britfield The Lost Crown And Its Hero, Tom, Take Readers On An Epic Adventure Across England From The Smoldering Crags Of Yorkshire To The Heart Of London And, Finally, To The Magnificent Shores Of Dover With Help From His Best Friend, Sarah, And A Hot Air Balloon, Tom Flees Yorkshire, Escaping From Weatherly Orphanage And The Clutches Of A Relentless Detective, In Pursuit Of The Truth About Himself And His Heritage Are His Parents Still Alive Is He The True Heir To The British Throne As Tom And A Memorable Cast Of Both Heroic And Dastardly Characters Unravel A Royal Mystery That Could Change The Course Of History, Readers Are Taken On A Breathless Journey To A Surprise Ending That Will Leave Them Clamoring For Built On Than Seven Years Of Extensive Research And Development, Britfield The Lost Crown Creates A Real World That Readers Can Embrace As It Weaves Accurate Geography, Literature, Architecture, And History Into Its Fast Paced Story With Stimulating Language And Active Writing, Britfield Engages The Reader From The First Pages And Doesn T Let Go Until It Reaches Its Exciting Conclusion.

Born in Newport Beach, California, C R Stewart has twenty years of experience writing fiction, nonfiction, and movie screenplays His areas of expertise also includes film and media production, global strategy, and international marketing Britfield The Lost Crown was conceived as an idea over 10 years ago while enduring a boring finance seminar It started as a sketch of a hot air balloo

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  • Hardcover
  • 394 pages
  • Britfield & the Lost Crown
  • C.R. Stewart
  • English
  • 21 August 2018
  • 9781732961203

10 thoughts on “Britfield & the Lost Crown

  1. Erin says:

    Our ThoughtsWe love this book Obviously, you ve already guessed that We probably wouldn t keep saying it s a new recommended reading if we didn t even like the book I have had seven children ages 8 through 14 who read this book on their own during our review period They ALL loved it That s saying something given the age range and that these are both boys and girls with lots of varying interests Now I can t wait to start it as a read aloud because I m excited to read it too Some of the things that are being said by my children about this book Can you get book two NOW We need to know what happens next This is such a good book.Can t come outside to play I m reading.Can I bring this book with me Could we go to England Trust me when I say the questions they ask are amazing and I love how much they re learning from reading the book They ve all been spellbound and read this book rather quickly It is long but they devoured it at a fast pace This can only be said for the truly good books.The cover is very nicely done and really draws you in This would be a book I d pick up to read the back cover of because it is eye catching and makes you want to find out what the book is about We definitely recommend this book and think you ll love it The main character is 12 so that gives you a nice guess to what age it will appeal to I would say roughly ages 8 adult would be the appropriate age range for the book That being said my six and three year olds will listen to this as a read aloud and I m sure they re going to love it I have voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from The Homeschool Review Crew All views expressed are only my honest opinion I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way All opinions expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC regulations.

  2. Laura Lane says:

    Britfield The Lost Crown by C.R StewartBritfield The Lost Crown by C.R StewartA book to get lost in with a good cup of teathe British answer to everything Britfield The Lost Crown by C.R Stewart is billed as a kids book Yes and no Yes, it is an exciting read for kids, but no you don t want to miss it just because you re an older teen or adult Britfield sounded thrilling to me I like juvenile fiction It s usually clean this is and if it s good, has a great storyline that draws you through the book This is an excellent book for young and old C.S Lewis said, Someday you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again He also said, No book is really worth reading at the age of ten which is not equally and often far worth reading at the age of fifty and beyond This is just such a book Don t let the first few chapters scare you away Yes, it does begin in a rather cliche way A couple of children living in an orphanage where the conditions and treatment are deplorable and horrific Mr Stewart is setting the stage for a larger than life escape plan The escape is just the beginning as the brilliant Detective Gowerstone begins the chase Each character and setting is portrayed with attention to detail which illuminated my imagination with sounds and images As the youngsters flee across the country, they find themselves in one precarious and dangerous situation after another I wonder if they could even take a calm breath through the whole of the journey They desperately need to avoid police, Detective Gowerstone, and someone else whom they don t even know is an enemy yet This book begs to be read, but I was glad to know that it is Book 1 of a series Britfield the Lost Crown can be read alone with a satisfying ending However, like Paul Harvey, I want to know The Rest of the Story Alas, it won t be released until Fall of 2020 You can bet I ll be watching for it Who will enjoy this book Anyone who enjoys adventure stories and mysteries If a child is old enough to listen to a chapter book, they re old enough This is a great book for homeschool families and for any kids interested in geography It s also a fast paced read for teens and adults who want a few hours of relaxing entertainment Can you tell I liked this book I received this book for free from the publisher for review.

  3. Emma Filbrun says:

    We enjoyed reading this book aloud together The adventures and narrow escapes kept us wanting to keep going until we reached the end, although shortly before everything was resolved we figured out the truth of what was happening My older children who were listening as I read thought the book was a bit over the top, and not realistic I agree but as far as an adventure story it was a lot of fun There was a fair amount of questionable language which I didn t appreciate, and several instances of violence I would recommend this book for boys who need an exciting story to draw them in and get them reading, especially, although girls will enjoy it, too.

  4. Emma says:

    I m reading this because I heard about it in an article putting it up as an amazing perfect alternative to the demonic Harry Potter The article cracked me up so I thought I would read this to see if it s even half as good in plot writing quality etc As all the reviews here I read are by the same sort of people mostly Christian mom bloggers I thought I would read it and give a review from a different perspective Who knows it may by ok, it may also be terrible so let s find out If this ends up on my DNF shelf then we will have our answer.

  5. Laura says:

    This was a pleasant story to listen to The Narrator was just great, loved how he did the female Scottish accent There was enough twists and turns to keep me highly entertained.I always go into children s books expecting to see a lot of stuff, where I just shake my head at Just them moments where you go really I found with this story, I never did It felt realistic enough, the children used their common sense They did their best Disclaimer I received a free copy from the Publisher Does not affect my review

  6. Brenda says:

    The Da Vinci Code for a new generation C.R Stewart weaves a tale with twists and turns using the English backdrop just as skillful as Dan Brown Our entire family can t wait til the next book.

  7. Wendy Ross says:

    The story is captivating, exciting and suspenseful, and keeps you at the edge of your seat The writing is descriptive, making it possible to visualize the English countryside as you sail overhead in a hot air balloon Your preteens and teens will enjoy it, I m sure.

  8. Melissa says:

    ExcitingI thoroughly enjoyed this book Great plot, wonderful writing, lots of twists and the main characters are superbly woven into the story I was sad when I got to the last chapter, but happy again to find out the author will continue the story with another book next year Can t wait to read the next adventure

  9. Dustin Eves says:

    I couldn t put it downThe characters are endearing, the chase was exhilarating I thoroughly enjoyed this book and I can t wait until the next one comes out.

  10. Becca-Rae Weidel says:

    4.5 stars Britfield was a fantastic adventure, jam packed with the perfect amount of adventure and suspense to keep the pages turning One of the markets in dire need of content is fiction for advanced middle grade The targeted audience is 9 12 year olds, but coming in at just shy of 400 pages as book 1 in a series and with quite the sprinkling of advanced vocabulary it s one that would a appeal to the avid of young readers As someone who highly values parents reading to their kids though, I would also recommend it as a great story to read together at bedtime.Although mixed between causing mischief and protecting one another, the theme of friendship was a strong driving force to this adventure Even in the face of imminent danger, the characters were willing to face their fears and cause diversions to help one another I appreciated seeing this level of selflessness and heroism in such a positive light.I appreciated that this book encouraged an excitement for literacy, but I thought that the selected literature and authors discussed would be over the heads of young readers With exception to a single Narnia book, the other references were all adult classics Charlotte and Emily Bront , Shakespeare, Jane Austen, Charles Dickens although truly classical authors, I m not sure kids would really comprehend or follow the level of appreciation this book gives to them Overall this was an enjoyable read and one I d easily recommend as a great find for advanced middle grade readers I look forward to seeing how the author continues with the next book in the series, currently set to release in 2020 I received a copy of this book through FrontGate Media Thoughts and opinions expressed are mine alone.

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