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Blood Red Horse (de Granville , Bk 1)
Blood Red Horse - de Granville , Bk 1
Author: K. M. Grant
You need three things to become a brave and noble knight: — A warhorse. — A fair maiden. — A just cause. — Will has a horse -- a small chestnut stallion with a white blaze in his brow. Ellie is a fair maiden, but she’s supposed to marry Will’s older brother, Gavin. And as for the cause, King Richard is calling for a Crusade. The Knights ...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780802777348
ISBN-10: 0802777341
Publication Date: 4/4/2006
Pages: 288
Reading Level: All Ages
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 11 ratings
Publisher: Walker Books for Young Readers
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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The Blood Red Horse is a marvelous account of the Third Crusade of the Christians during from 1185AD to 1193AD and is a great historical novel about this period of history. It covers, not only the Christian view, but also the thoughts and passions of the followers of Mohammed. It has been well researched and is a true picture of the Crusades and those who fought to conquer the enemy, all in the name of their God. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it and immediately began to read the second book in this series, Green Jasper.
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SouthernChelz avatar reviewed Blood Red Horse (de Granville , Bk 1) on + 216 more book reviews
An excellent book. My children and I read this book to each other. The only negative is that the old english is not used. It made it a little strange to relate to it being in the middle ages.


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