Men of the Cross by Charlene Newcomb

A wonderful review for Men of the Cross!

Historical Fiction reviews

menofthecross

When I started this book I expected a story about the Third Crusade; one that would bring to the fore the majesty and the folly of the venture.  Those elements were certainly on display as the author leads the reader on an exciting, entertaining and surprisingly evocative tale.  From the mustering of Richard’s knights to the taking of Sicily and through all of the adventures they encountered before arriving at Acre.  The action is portrayed in nice detail, the political intrigue between Richard and Phillip gives the reader a taste of what that time was like and mimics a little I suppose what our time is like even now…that old adage that history repeats.  As to the characters, well I for one was drawn into their feelings, the ones of joy and the frequent bouts of sorrow and confusion.  The two main protagonists are fictional characters, Henry DeGray and Stephan…

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