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Quaestiones or The Protopresbyter's Tale: A Romance of Nova Europa (Nova Europa #2)

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This title is set in the year of Our Lord 1270, or 910 by the Julian reckoning. Brother Theophilus of the Abbey of Saint-Tranquillin le Troussequin is having a crisis of faith, and asks his Abbot to be released from his vows to undertake a year's journey of discovery. Father Abbot agrees, but only after insisting that the young and ungovernable Brother Gennadius, who needs ...more
Paperback, 560 pages
Published September 1st 2004 by Ariadne Press (CA)
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Nicholas
Aug 25, 2013 rated it it was ok
Shelves: history-books
Didn't actually finish it. It just couldn't keep my attention. I felt like it couldn't decide whether to a serious story or just a vehicle to slip in pop culture references in a tongue in cheek way. I really wanted to like this book and see how it was going to end, but I just couldn't bring myself to go on.
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