Keeper of the Grail (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Sep 18, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 272 pages
22 Reviews
As an orphan, Tristan never dreamed he would travel the world or discover the truth about his past. But all that changes when the Knights Templar ride through the abbey on their way to battle. Suddenly, Tristan finds himself as a squire to one of the most respected knights. While exciting, it is also dangerous, as Tristan gets caught between rival knights desperate for power and entrusted with the most sacred relic?the Holy Grail. With the help of a young archer and a deadly warrior, can Tristan safely bring the Holy Grail back to England? Or will he succumb to the dangers of the evil men who follow in its wake?


  

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Review: Keeper of the Grail (The Youngest Templar #1)

User Review  - Stan Crowe - Goodreads

** spoiler alert ** Reviewing a book aimed at an audience that's generally half my age is somewhat tricky, because there are obvious adult biases in my perceptions. For one, I look for books to be ... Read full review

Review: Keeper of the Grail (The Youngest Templar #1)

User Review  - Kimberly - Goodreads

I enjoyed this quick easy historical fiction for youth. I think most of the concerns I have for it will hopefully be resolved in the rest of the series. I enjoy how our hero is left on the door step ... Read full review

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ON THE ROAD TO TYRE
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DOVER ENGLAND
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ON THE SEA TO OUTREMER MAY 1191
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OUTREMER THE HOLY LAND
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THE CITY OF ACRE OUTREMER JUNE 1191
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THE CITY OF TYRE
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ON THE SEA
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About the author (2008)

Michael P. Spradlin is the author of more than a dozen books for children. He grew up in a small town in Michigan not far from the Indiana border. Surrounded by books in his formative years, he grew up loving to read and imagining himself the hero of numerous epic battles. When not writing, he enjoys reading, traveling, spending time with his family and worrying over the fact that he really should be writing instead of doing other stuff. He lives in Michigan with his wife Kelly, son Michael, daughter Rachel and two dogs Willow and Apollo.

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