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Knight Crusader af Ronald Welch
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Knight Crusader (original 1954; udgave 1979)

af Ronald Welch (Forfatter)

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Philip d'Aubigny is a young knight in the kingdom of Outremer and can't wait to prove himself. His chance comes when he rides into battle to defend his home from attack by Saracen leader, Saladin and his army. But after a disastrous campaign, Philip is taken prisoner by the Turks and must workas a servant-and all the while he is plotting his escape.At last his opportunity arrives and Philip flees, joining Richard the Lionheart in his victorious Third Crusade before finally travelling to Britain to claim his family's estate. Only when he arrives, he finds he must once again go into battle . . .This exciting tale has captured the hearts and imaginations of young readers for many years and was the winner of the prestigious Carnegie Medal. This edition features the original black and white illustrations throughout which perfectly evoke the atmosphere of the story.… (mere)
Medlem:MargaretPemberton
Titel:Knight Crusader
Forfattere:Ronald Welch (Forfatter)
Info:Oxford University Press (1979), 272 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
Vurdering:*****
Nøgleord:Ingen

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Knight Crusader af Ronald Welch (1954)

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I first read this book when I was 14 (1976) and have enjoyed reading it several times since. I still have my original copy.

This is a great read. Well constructed characters on an exciting adventure in the context of the crusades. Our hero starts as a squire in an important family in Jerusalem during the crusades, grows to be a brave, skilful knight and returns to his historical family home in Wales to make his impression there.

As any historical fiction should be, it is well rooted in historical fact with a fascinating plot.

Highly recommended.
1 stem Simon_Gregory | Jan 12, 2014 |
Historisch verhaal dat zich afspeelt ten tijde van de Kruistochten en dat de ervaringen van de jonge Normandisch-Engelse ridder Philip d' Aubigny beschrijft. Hij wordt in de twaalfde eeuw in het Koninkrijk Jeruzalem geboren en maakt tot twee keer toe deel uit van het Christenleger, dat optrekt tegen de Turken onder leiding van Saladin. Door zijn moed, bekwaamheid en ervaring komt Philip tot groot aanzien, maar de tweedracht onder de Christenen en de teruggang van het Koninkrijk doen hem besluiten om zijn geboorteland te verlaten en zijn voorvaderlijke kasteel in Wales in bezit te gaan nemen.
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Philip d'Aubigny is a young knight in the kingdom of Outremer and can't wait to prove himself. His chance comes when he rides into battle to defend his home from attack by Saracen leader, Saladin and his army. But after a disastrous campaign, Philip is taken prisoner by the Turks and must workas a servant-and all the while he is plotting his escape.At last his opportunity arrives and Philip flees, joining Richard the Lionheart in his victorious Third Crusade before finally travelling to Britain to claim his family's estate. Only when he arrives, he finds he must once again go into battle . . .This exciting tale has captured the hearts and imaginations of young readers for many years and was the winner of the prestigious Carnegie Medal. This edition features the original black and white illustrations throughout which perfectly evoke the atmosphere of the story.

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