There are many reason why Peter is able to interact well with the people he meets in his childhood. Peter Brownrigg has some wonderful traits that made people like him. In the novel Cue for Treason by Geoffrey Trease, Peter is loyal, courageous, and adventurous. The following paragraph will explain further about Peter Bowring's character traits.
Peter Brownrigg shows wonderful characteristics throughout the story. Two ways in which peter Brownrigg portrays these wonderful characteristics are through his own actions and other's opinion about him. Through his own actions, one action stands out permanently. When Peter risks his life to save the Queen of England. This sentence shows that Peter Brownrigg is a noble person.
Peter portrays the characteristics of being courageous. He shows this characteristics when Peter was on an Island and need to get to land to foil Sir Philips plan to assassinate the Queen, " If I gave up now, and let myself slip down into the sweet peace of green water, the Queen would be murdered and the kingdom thrown into anarchy." (Trease 202) In this part Peter doesn't want to give up fighting Sir Philip.
The last characteristics that Peter has is being adventurous. Peter has this characteristic because he was born in a farm and he did not go anywhere else, " I'd always want to see the outside world, I'd always wanted adventure and now I was going to get it with a vengeance."(Trease 32) This characteristic being adventurous made him successful on his dream to have adventure in his life.
In the novel Cue for Treason by Geoffrey Trease, Peter Brownrigg portrays many characteristics such as being loyal, courageous, and adventurous. Peter is loyal because he saved the Queen for the sake of London, he is courageous because when he was stuck on an island he swims in the ocean even though the waves are high, to foil Sir Philips plan to assassinate the Queen, and he is also adventurous because when...