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A Horde of Fools: The Dark Ages Saga of Tristan de Saint-Germain

(The Dark Ages Saga of Tristan de Saint-Germain #3)

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Wild-eyed evangelist Kuku Peter inflames the pauper hordes of Europe, raising a violent peasant army of 30,000 men, women, children and elderly intent on recapturing Jerusalem from Islam. Untrained, armed with farm implements, lacking provisions, this ragtag mob scorches a path across Europe and into Byzantium, leaving behind a horrid trail of intolerance and destruction. ...more
Paperback, 500 pages
Published May 29th 2017 by W&B Publishing
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Jeanie Loiacono
Jun 01, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Robert Hirsch ceases to amaze me. Time and again, he writes with such authority and literary mastery. From book one, Promise of the Black Monks, to two, Hammer of God, and now the third, A Horde of Fools, he pulled at all my senses, wringing-out every emotion from every character, to go to bed late and then get up early to find out what happens next. Tristan and Mala, the Danes, Kuku Peter, and the corrupt, twisted Catholic Church (even back then) had my full attention. It was then, as it is now ...more
Donna
Aug 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
An absolutely fabulous storyline told during a difficult time of history! And the author (a personal colleague and friend of mine) told me that the hermit is an actual historical figure. What the hermit does in this episode of the Dark Ages Saga is flabbergasting!
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Robert Hirsch was born in Pusan, Korea in 1948. As the Korean War was ending in 1953, his mother sent him at age five to the United States to live with his biological father due to Korea’s harsh wartime conditions of starvation, disease and destruction.

He spent the next thirteen years as a military dependent, traveling all over America and spending three years in France where he attended school a
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The Dark Ages Saga of Tristan de Saint-Germain (4 books)
  • Promise of the Black Monks (The Dark Ages Saga of Tristan de Saint-Germain Book 1)
  • Hammer of God (The Dark Ages Saga of Tristan de Saint-Germain Book 2)
  • God's Scarlet Fury (The Dark Ages Saga of Tristan de Saint-Germain Book 4)

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