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Cup pf Blood... Bread of Salvation (The Dark Ages Saga of Tristan de Saint-Germain Book 5) Kindle Edition
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In 1097 Pope Urban’s Army of God confronts the great Oriental city of Antioch, its final obstacle before reclaiming Jerusalem from the hammer of Islam. But Antioch is defended by the wily Turcoman, Emir Yaghi Siyan, and is coveted by the atabeg of Mosul, Kerbogha.After overcoming a tortuous trail rooted during childhood of impossibility, separation, and heartbreak, Bishop Tristan de Saint-Germain and Mala the Romani finally stand at the precipice of a new life together. But Antioch snares them both, forcing Tristan to decide between honoring his ‘father’ in this life, Pope Urban II, or abandoning Catholicism forever in favor of exile with Mala in the Middle East. Showing up unexpectedly in the midst of this crucible, honorable Lord Abdul Azim and murderous Mahmoud Malik create further complexities... thus bringing together in one final episode all the primary characters of the Dark Ages Saga of Tristan de Saint-Germain, including Peter the Hermit, treacherous Desmond DuLac, Tafur the Peasant Butcher, and Bishop Adhémar of Le Puy. Shall the forces of God prevail, or those of Allah?
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The last of The Dark Ages Saga of Tristan de Saint-Germain, Cup of Blood…Bread of Salvation, starts with a BANG! and never lets up. All the twists and turns, backed up by historical fact, and all the characters you have grown to love since book one, Promise of the Black Monks, satisfy all your appetite for drama and desire to know what happens to them all. Every emotion is taxed and then relieved. Hirsch does an outstanding job with plot, fleshing out each character’s strengths and weakness, and seeing through everyone’s eyes, allowing you to hear, see, and smell as if you were right there. I humbly thank Hirsch for his grand finale. Bravo! The whole series is worth every minute of your spare time: Promise of the Black Monks, Hammer of God, A Horde of Fools, God’s Scarlet Fury, and now Cup of Blood…Bread of Salvation. I highly recommend them all!
— CJ Loiacono
— CJ Loiacono