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Author:Joseph Delaney

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Publisher: HarperCollins

Published: 2014-08-29T04:00:00+00:00

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CHAPTER IV

Priestown

PRIESTOWN, built on the banks of the River Ribble, was the biggest town I’d ever visited. As we came down the hill, the river was like a huge snake gleaming orange in the light from the setting sun.

 

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The Seventh Son: Book 1 and Book 2 by Joseph Delaney

Author:Joseph Delaney , Date: June 24, 2019

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Author:Joseph Delaney

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: HarperCollins

Published: 2014-08-29T04:00:00+00:00
CHAPTER IV

Priestown

PRIESTOWN, built on the banks of the River Ribble, was the biggest town I’d ever visited. As we came down the hill, the river was like a huge snake gleaming orange in the light from the setting sun.

It was a town of churches, with spires and towers rising above the rows of small terraced houses. Set right on the summit of a hill, near the center of the town, was the cathedral. Three of the largest churches I’d seen in my whole life would easily have fitted inside it. And its steeple was something else. Built from limestone, it was almost white, and so high that I guessed on a rainy day the cross at its top would be hidden by clouds.

“Is that the biggest steeple in the world?” I asked, pointing in excitement.

“No, lad,” the Spook answered with a rare grin. “But it’s the biggest steeple in the County, as well it might be with a town that boasts so many priests. I only wish there were fewer of them, but we’ll just have to take our chance.”

Suddenly the grin faded from his face. “Talk of the Devil!” he said, clenching his teeth before pulling me through a gap in the hedge into the adjoining field. There he placed his forefinger against his lips for silence and made me crouch down with him while I listened to the sound of approaching footsteps.

It was a good, thick hawthorn hedge and it still had most of its leaves, but through it I could just make out a black cassock above the boots. It was a priest!

We stayed there for quite a while even after the footsteps had faded into the distance. Only then did the Spook lead us back onto the path. I couldn’t work out what all the fuss was about. On our travels we’d passed lots of priests. They hadn’t been too friendly, but we’d never tried to hide before.

“We need to be on our guard, lad,” the Spook explained. “Priests are always trouble, but they represent a real danger in this town. You see, Priestown’s bishop is the uncle of the High Quisitor. No doubt you’ll have heard of him.”

I nodded. “He hunts witches, doesn’t he?”

“Aye, lad, he does that. When he catches someone he considers to be a witch or warlock, he puts on his black cap and becomes the judge at the trial—a trial that’s usually over very quickly. The following day he puts on a different hat. He becomes the executioner and organizes the burning. He has a reputation for being good at that, and a big crowd usually gathers to watch. They say he positions the stake carefully so that the poor wretch takes a very long time to die. The pain is supposed to make a witch sorry for what she’s done, so she’ll beg God’s forgiveness and, as she dies, her soul will be saved. But that’s just an excuse. The Quisitor lacks the knowledge a spook has and wouldn’t know

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