Medieval: Blood of the Cross : The Medieval Sagas

  • by Kevin Ashman
  • Narrated by David Parkinson
  • Series: The Medieval Sagas
  • 7 hrs and 39 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

AD 1270: Antioch has fallen, Tripoli is under siege, and Sultan Baibaars targets his Mamluk hoards against Krak des Chevalier, the Crusaders' greatest stronghold in Syria. The Holy Land is in turmoil and desperately awaits the arrival of Edward Longshanks and his relieving army of French and English Crusaders.
This is a time of brutality, an age of chivalry. A time of strong men with stronger hearts, an era with no place for the weak.
Yet a thousand miles away, a 14-year-old boy learns a disturbing secret that drives him on a Crusade of his own. A quest to avenge his family, save his brother, and in the process recover the holiest relic in the history of Christendom.


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Wow. What's the rush? I felt like the whole book was rushed to get to the climax, which seems to be the only thing this author is interested in. So much potential and detail skipped out. And the main protagonist. We need more. To see him grow. 1 chapter he's a lil boy. A few chapters later he's a "young man" coming into his own. I sure never felt that reading it. And the narrator. The darn vocals and character voices change from one sentence to the next early on. I had to stop and restart. Thought I skipped some parts but no. The sound just totally changed without warning. The plot was decent enough. Which is why a finished the book. But could of been so much better.
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- Jarrett

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-31-2014
  • Publisher: K.M. Ashman