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Dod o Hyd i Siop Lyfrau
Gwybodaeth Lyfryddol
Red Judge, The
Pauline Fisk
ISBN: 9780747571605 (0747571600)Dyddiad Cyhoeddi Tachwedd 2005
Cyhoeddwr: Bloomsbury Publishing Ltd, Llundain
Addas i oed 12+ neu Cyfnod Allweddol 3 Fformat: Clawr Meddal, 198x129 mm, 202 tudalen Iaith: Saesneg Ar gael Ein Pris: £5.99 
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Stori ffantasi afaelgar yn plethu'r chwedlonol a'r cyfoes wrth adrodd hanes bachgen ifanc sy'n ei gael ei hun yn ddigartref ac yn cael ei boenydio gan hen chwedl y Barnwr Coch o fynydd Pumlumon; i blant dros 12 oed. Rhaghanes y nofel fer Sabrina Fludde.

A gripping fantasy tale intertwining the legendary and contemporary as a young boy finds himself homeless and haunted by the old legend of the Red Judge of Plynlimon mountain; for children aged over 12 years. A prequel to Sabrine Fludde.
In this book for teens, Zed tells his own magical, mysterious story. He tells it in hindsight, as an older Zed for whom the memory of what happened is already fading. It is difficult for Zed and the reader to know what is illusion and what is reality as Zed embarks on a roller coaster ride of dangerous situations and strange encounters. Are the Fitzalbots really so awful? Who are Dr Katterfelto and Gilda? What does the Red Judge want from Zed? Has Zed committed the worst crime?

Zed’s story is a modern fairy tale. At home he is the outsider, looking in on ‘normal’ life in Pengwern. When his sister suffers a near fatal accident, for which he is blamed, he is forced to leave home and become the outsider in reality. Will he always be the outsider? He is offered choices, and he feels that he often makes the wrong choice and misses his chance at some kind of redemption. But all his decisions lead him to discover who he is and what place he occupies in the world – the only place that is right for him.

Pauline Fisk’s blend of myth, magic, mystery and everyday life makes for a deeply satisfying read that is sad but ultimately hopeful.

Mari Strachon

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