Another month had gone by, and though Godwin was still somewhat weak and suffered from a headache at times, the brethren had recovered from their wounds. On the last day of November, about two o'clock in the afternoon, a great procession might have been seen wending its way from the old Hall at Steeple. In it rode many knights fully armed, before whom were borne their banners.
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Review: The Brethren: A Tale of the CrusadesUser Review - Hannah - Christianbook.com
This was a great book.It was SO GOOD!!Though it wasn't as rich in history as either Pearl Maiden or Lysbeth,it was so enjoyable I hardly even noticed it.This was such a sweet story of gentle love and ... Read full review
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Swash-buckling adventure, real-to-life faith and a romance that knows no limits all come to life in Rider's "The Brethren". Gorgeous story. I loved the heroic knights, Godwin and Wolf, and the ... Read full review