The Inquisitor's Tale: Or, The Three Magical Children and Their Holy Dog Characters

Adam Gidwitz
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Jeanne

Jeanne is a peasant girl who is looked down upon by many because of her lowly station in life. However, Jeanne has an ability that sets her apart from others. Jeanne sees visions and fears that she will be burned as a witch because of them. When she is taken away from her village by the knights, she meets William and Jacob, with whom she forms a fast and indelible bond.

Jeanne is quiet about her ability and a bit afraid to share what she sees with others because Old Theresa instructed her never to tell others about her visions. She says little about them except when she is forced to or must do so to save a friend. Jeanne’s visions allow her to identify the real king and to foretell the coming of the dragon. And, finally, it is Jeanne’s visions that reveal the true...

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