Joan of Arc: Heavenly Warrior
Joan of Arc was born a French peasant who knew nothing of warfare. Yet she heard heavenly voices telling her that she alone could save her country in its war with England and restore Charles VII as the king of France. Deeply religious and remarkably courageous, Joan was devoted to her saints, her God, her king, and her people. And so she journeyed across the embattled countryside to fight for the future of France, risking capture and even death. She achieved great military success, both as a leader and as a warrior. Joan was ultimately captured, sold to the enemy, found guilty of heresy, and put to death in 1431. But twenty-five years later, the church overturned the verdict and finally in 1920 pronounced her Saint Joan of Arc. Today she is considered a national hero by French citizens and an inspiration to people of all nationalities and faiths. Book jacket.
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Yeatts, not a particularly skeptical biographer, portrays The Maid of Orléans as a Saint, as capable of bringing a dead baby back to life or prophesying accurately as she was of expertly conducting a ... Read full review
I used it for a school project and I found that it had a lot of good, strong, information. I like the style of writing that the author used, and overall, I found that I was able to find the information needed for the project easily in the text. I rate this book a full five stars and a ten-out-of-ten.