By Jan Guillou
one of many fiercest and so much feared warriors of the Knights Templar, Arn de Gotha can ultimately go back domestic to his cherished Sweden, now that Jerusalem has been misplaced to Saladin. yet in the course of his 20 years of exile, Arn's place of origin has been torn aside by way of warring clans—and the courageous nobleman soldier is set to reunite it and identify lasting peace.
awaiting him is his loved Cecilia, rising from a convent to hitch him after their unfathomably lengthy separation, opposed to the strict calls for of her extended family. Their reunion may perhaps incite a struggle except they could persuade the extended family that love ranks larger than politics, and that it might probably maintain a brand new quest: to create a brand new humans, a brand new society, with Arn at its helm.
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Birth of the Kingdom (Crusades Trilogy, Book 3) by Jan Guillou