[Pdf ebook] The Cult The Abraxas Chronicles Book 1 by Richard Devlin



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  1. says:

    Historical fiction is one of my favorite genres and Devlin does a great job of bringing this period to life We all know about Henry II and El

  2. says:

    I had ups and downs with this book Good things and bad thingsGood things the story was interesting and the pacing was while not perf

  3. says:

    This is the opening book in an exciting new trilogy entitled the Abraxas Chronicles and it is a true stunner The opening sentences hooked me until the story's ultimate conclusion All the elements I love are included an old abbey a gothic feel a multi layered romance murder and an exciting plot The secrets of an ancient old cult thrust the l

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    Secrecy abounds in this carefully crafted cliffhanger journeying from Norman England to Sicily when Moslems and Christians lived side by side worked and shared their culture under a series of benevolent monarchs During this time illuminated ma

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A meeting of two worlds A tale of forbidden love A chronicle of heresy and crime Set in the late twelfth century in England and Arab Norman Sicily The Cult is a beautifully written novel that follows the fates of Elise Edmond and Martin three pupils of a learned English teacher Early in the story all three friends become caught in a web of deceit and threatened by an ancient. Historical fiction is one of my favorite genres and Devlin does a great job of bringing this period to life We all know about Henry II and Eleanor of Auitaine remember The Lion in Winter This story takes us into the lives of three young people in that period 12th century England and SicilyThe cult referred is pretty gruesome but there is lots to the story than the central mystery of what the cult is up to The characters are well drawn the love stories are engaging and the period details are fascinating and well researched I was amazed that Devlin managed to bring all the plot lines to such a satisfying conclusion especially since The Cult is the firs

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The Cult The Abraxas Chronicles Book 1

Eps a harem and Muslims work with Christian clerics to recover classic texts Here Martin meets Khalil al Din the Arab scholar who will change his life As their imperiled lives unfold all three friends struggle against both the evil of the cult and the oppressive prohibitions of their time Their intimate stories bring to life an epic age whose conflicts closely parallel our ow. This is the opening book in an exciting new trilogy entitled the Abraxas Chronicles and it is a true stunner The opening sentences hooked me until the story s ultimate conclusion All the elements I love are included an old abbey a gothic feel a multi layered romance murder and an exciting plot The secrets of an ancient old cult thrust the lives of three young persons into peril and force their separation affecting them each in diverse ways It was all so very fascinating and intriguing Beautifully written brilliantly plotted this is a must read especially for fans of Ken Follett or aficionados of books set in the medieval era It is much than a murder

Download ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Richard Devlin

Gnostic cult reincarnated in a new and monstrous form Pledged to each other Elise and Edmond strive to keep their love alive despite great opposition One by one each for a different reason all three come to Arab Norman Sicily a rich and brilliant realm where Christians Jews and Muslims live in peace In cosmopolitan Palermo minarets rise beside church towers the Norman king ke. I had ups and downs with this book Good things and bad thingsGood things the story was interesting and the pacing was while not perfect at least enough to keep a reader going The characters were fairly well developedBad things I have a hard time calling this historical fiction because although it included some period characters it really had almost no environmental detail or description of how people of the time really livedAll of the characters even those who are not nobles have random seemingly endless supplies of money that allow them to just do whatever with their lives If they fall out with a sponsor another one shows up like magic The characters