Pagan in Exile: Book Two of the Pagan Chronicles

Pagan in Exile: Book Two of the Pagan Chronicles

Catherine Jinks


"The atmosphere is medieval, however the matters addressed have twenty-first century parallels. . . . Jinks's writing is the journey de strength of younger grownup prose." —VOICE of stripling ADVOCATES

The yr is 1188, and Jerusalem is within the palms of the Infidel. Upstanding Crusaders and their squires — like Lord Roland Roucy de Bram and Pagan Kidrouk — are returning to Europe, hoping to rally extra knights to their reason. The sardonic younger Pagan expects Lord Roland's relatives to be the image of fortitude and strong manners, yet he is in for a impolite awakening. Brutish and unfeeling, the de Bram extended family cares not anything for the Crusades, or certainly for something outdoors their local in France. in the meantime, neighborhood unrest is brewing. Church specialists are duking it out with the de Brams over a bunch of "heretics" residing close by. And now Pagan and Roland, sworn to protect Christianity, are left to choose for themselves who to face via — and whom to belief.

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