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Written in Past Tense · Adventure/Suspense
215 Unique Words
When a wounded knight arrives at their village, Martin and Leiliana take him to Madeleine, the village sorcerer for help. They soon discover that other strangers have also arrived at the village and have burned it to the ground. As they flee for their lives, they discover that they hold the secret to fulfilling a prophecy that could not only save their lives but save the kingdom as well.
Marie-Antoinette et le collier de la mort – Comprehension-based™ Reader
by Diane Touchet
Written in Past Tense · Historical Drama
225 Unique Words
In 1772, France’s King Louis XV commissions Parisian jewelers, Messieurs Bassange and Boehmer, to create a diamond necklace. The king dies before he pays for the elaborate multi-million-dollar piece, leaving the jewelers strapped for cash and struggling to find a buyer. Convinced by a friend to win back the favor of the queen, Marie Antoinette, Cardinal de Rohan steps up to buy it on her behalf. After a 13-year search, the desperate jewelers think their problem is finally solved… until they find themselves at the center of a scandal that will change the course of history. This tale of greed, deception and fraud is based on the true story of Marie-Antoinette and the famous necklace scandal.
Written in Present Tense · Mystery/Suspense
230 Unique Words
After a terrorist attack leaves Laurine Dupont fatherless and with life-altering injuries, her brother and mother must turn their attention to her care. Nathan spends his days caring for his sister while his mother, a scientist, spends her days experimenting in her laboratory. Will her work in the lab save her daughter or put the entire family in grave danger?
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