BEWARE OF THE MOUSE by Leonard Wibberley

BEWARE OF THE MOUSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A rousing tale set in the Grand Duchy of Fenwick in 1450 which emphasizes that ""...doubt before battle is more powerful than any cannon and terror has destroyed more armies than all the weapons in the world..."" and that the ""world (is) not a place for timid men -- nor liberty a birthright for those who fear to fight and speak for come what may..."" For those who enjoyed The Mouse That Roared, Wibberley's boys ride again -- with humor, soundness -- and believable sanity. Simple -- and symbolical -- and fun for all.

Pub Date: Sept. 15th, 1958
Publisher: Putnam