A Knight Of The White Cross
Orders were given to the rowers to quicken their pace, and in little over an hour they were alongside the hull. As soon as the vessels were close enough for those on the poop of the galley to look down on to the deck of the other craft, it was seen that Ralph's suppositions were correct. Two bodies lay stretched upon it. One was crushed under the fallen mast; the other lay huddled up in a heap, a cannon ball having almost torn him asunder. The knights leapt on to the deck as soon as the galley ran alongside. Gervaise made first for the man lying beneath the mast; as he came up to him, the sailor opened his eyes and murmured, Water.
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Great book for young adultsUser Review - Scott - Christianbook.com
This is a great historical fiction novel, as are all the G.A. Henty books. It teaches history through an outstanding plot line. I would recommend this only to youth who are strongly grounded in their faith. The book alludes to the author's universalistic beliefs. Read full review