Saint Julian

Harper Collins, 2004 M03 2 - 240 páginas
This haunting medieval novella, set somewhat ambiguously in the period of the Crusades, tells the story of Julian the Hospitaller, drawn from ancient legend. Revered for his famous devotion to the Church, Julian must hide a violent nature that leads him to love the hunt and the kill above all. Saint Julian follows the inexorable descent of this golden-boy hero from favored son of nobility to the depths of beggardom, and eventual sainthood.

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Did not finish this book, nor could I get into it no matter how hard I tried. I don't know if it was the story or the writing, either way I just could not find any interest. Perhaps it is another that I just have to try again if I'm really in the mood for it, but I doubt it. Leer comentario completo

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Walter Wangerin Jr. is the National Book Award-winning author of The Book of the Dun Cow. His other books include The Book of God, Ragman and Other Cries of Faith, and Miz Lil and the Chronicles of Grace.

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