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Swords of The Pious - Red Wolf

eBook (PDF), 291 Pages
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Jerusalem. In a bloody war which has raged for over a hundred years,armies still march towards its Holy standard in search of righteous salvation. With the city now ruled by a young King who fights save the kingdom and an agonising battle with a terrible disease, his only assurance is the certainty of an early painful death. On the other side of the desert sands a Saracen leader grows daily in power, forming an Empire greater than anything seen in the region for over a thousand years. Both sides are now balanced on a sword's edge, any injustice could trigger the war to decide the fate of the region. As peace now depends on respecting signed royal treaties,a Knight who cares more of wealth and personal glory dares to challenge the command of both Kingdoms. Driven by hatred he hides his atheism behind the mark of the red cross, commanding a group of Holy Knights sworn to defend the Holy City. Hated by both King and Sultan,the Red Wolf is the weapon that threatens to ignite Holy... More > war.< Less
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Edition
First
Publisher
Lulu
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
291
File Format
PDF
File Size
1.78 MB

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