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By Jan Guillou
For strength. For ardour. For glory.
The epic tale of the Knights Templar.
Born in 1150 to a noble Swedish kinfolk and coming of age at a monastery less than the tutelage of a Cistercian monk and a former Knight Templar, younger Arn Magnusson is distributed to meet his future past the cloister partitions. however the global looking ahead to him is a spot at odds along with his monastic methods. And whilst the homicide of a king engulfs Western Götaland right into a whirlwind of intrigue and ruthless strength performs, headstrong and naive Arn is compelled to depart the girl he loves in the back of and soak up fingers to conflict infidels within the Holy Land.
The first publication within the overseas bestselling Crusades Trilogy, this exciting epic of betrayal, religion, blood, and love units "a Shakespearian quest for strength" (Corriere della Sera, Italy) opposed to the backdrop of the Holy Wars, witnessed via a colourful, unorthodox lens.
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