The Templar Knight

The Templar Knight

Book - 2010
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Templar Knight Arn Magnusson forges a friendship with his enemy, Saladin, and becomes a free man after the Battle of Hattin, but he must face a long a bloody road home if he is ever going to be reunited with his betrothed.
Publisher: New York : Harper, c2010.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780061688577
0061688576
9780061688591
9780061992858
0061992852
Branch Call Number: FIC/GUILLOU
Characteristics: vii, 467 p. ; 24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Murray, Steven T.

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RichardSmiley
Sep 29, 2017

The author is Swedish, and brings a different culture to bear on his subject. Interestingly written. Depressing as well (remember that it is rumoured that suicide is the Swedish national sport.... ;-)

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Memawrayne
Sep 05, 2014

These poor Crusaders and Sarecens. No one will accept responsibility for anything that happens. It is either God or Allah who is making them successful or punishing them. Such superstitious people. Both thought they could kill others on the other side and would make it to heaven/paradise. No one ever accepted that possibly stupid decisions or weather conditions had any effect of outcomes.

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LR_Seattle
Feb 06, 2011

I love these books. A little hard to get into initially, but then obsessively fantastic to read.

Can't believe I have to wait until fall 2011 for the english translation of the third book!!

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