#66 The Death of Joan of Arc.


Michael Scott’s first-ever exclusive ebook short story delves into the world of the bestselling series The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel and offers readers a never-before-seen lost story—the story of two warriors who would become sisters.

Joan of Arc was not burned at the stake in Rouen, France in 1431. She was rescued from certain death by Scathach the Warrior.

The truth about that day is revealed in the last will and testament of William of York, and it will leave you wondering: does Joan of Arc still walk the earth? Goodreads.


Michael Scott - The Death of Joan of ArcAbout the book:

Author: Michael Scott

Book length: 12 pages

Published: August 24, 2010

Series: The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel #4,5

Genre: Novella, Short Stories, Fantasy, Mythology, YA, Magic, Adventure, Historical Fiction, Paranormal

Rating:  ink-and-feather-quill-clipartink-and-feather-quill-clipartink-and-feather-quill-clipartink-and-feather-quill-clipartink-and-feather-quill-clipart5 out of 5 quills

Started reading: February 4

Finished reading: February 4

“He’d never heard of a demon with freckles before.”

What did I think about the book?

This short story was the bit of information we needed to know on how Scatty and Joan are such good friends. These 12 pages defined their relationship.

The nice thing about this novella was the accuracy Michael Scott had in describing the manner of dress, weaponry and how people reacted in those days. Joan of Arc was sentenced to burn at the stake for using Witchcraft. The events in this tiny story made me curious and love Scatty even more!!

She’s badass and now we know who taught Joan to be badass ;]



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XoXo Felicia.


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