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Lionheart's Scribe: The Third Book of The Crusades (The Crusades Trilogy)

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“Bradford makes history come alive.” Canadian Children’s Literature knew that Karleen Bradford had a winner in There Will Be Wolves, the first, award-winning instalment in her Crusades trilogy. The bestselling book, which has sold more than 40,000 copies, was followed by another critically acclaimed bestseller, Shadows on a Sword. Both of these titles set the stage for the ...more
ebook, 224 pages
Published August 1st 2010 by HarperCollins (first published September 15th 2000)
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Very interesting read over all. Gives you a look at the Crusades from a viewpoint near some of the battles, but not overly focused on the war itself. Nice bit of 'historical' without dropping massive details on one. And, for a young adult book, thats not a bad thing.

My only real complaint would be the end of this story doesn't really 'finish' up. We know the 'general' ending, more if you know anything of that period of history, but for the main character himself. . .there is no wrap-up of any s
Nov 26, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book was really interesting because it was neat to see what could have really been the life of a crusader. It was also interesting to see how the boy reacts to what kings, priest, and soldiers say and do, after he hears a Muslim girls side of the story. I recommend this book because it is interesting, and amazing.
Book for younger people which explains history correctly, makes it an interesting read.
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Other Books in the Series

The Crusades Trilogy (2 books)
  • Shadows On A Sword