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The author has combined an ingenious adventure story with a wonderfully detailed account of the historical background of the Languedoc ... the result is entirely compelling and full of incidental pleasures. (Christina Koning THE TIMES)
Pacey and addictive (Kate Saunders THE TIMES)
Saturated with a passionate understanding of the region's past in a way that puts more conventional historical accounts to shame. Mosse wears her learning so lightly, knitting her historical research so neatly into her narrative, that we never get the slightest sense of being preached or lectured to... [conveying] the texture of various patches of the past with such rich complexity (GUARDIAN)
a gripping holy grail quest ... the story line runs on knowledge and fun - Carcassonne never looked so good. (Anthony Sattin SUNDAY TIMES)
This is a novel clearly fuelled by an authorial obsession with a history, region and concept. The settings are evocative and... there are also some powerful dramatic scenes: the climactic moments where the good and evil women meet and battle it out are particularly compelling... [An] intriguing...passionate book. (SUNDAY TIMES)
LABYRINTH is very much a Girl's Own story: a grail quest in which women aren't helpless creatures to be rescued, or decorative bystanders, but central to the action, with the capacity to change history (OBSERVER)
A spellbinding adventure story (REAL)
An action packed adventure of modern conspiracy and medieval passion ... a Grail gripper [and] elegantly written timeslip novel set in France (INDEPENDENT)
A thumping read: Mosse creates a world so complete I began to miss it before the last page. More intriguing than Dan Brown, a conundrum with lasting depth and vigour, LABYRINTH captivates from the first page until the final twist (Denise Mina)
Three secrets. Two women. One Grail . . .
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Fantastic and gripping. The book holds you from the first page. It is well researched and made me want to know more about the Cathars. Read morePublished 4 days ago by sunshine
Really enjoyed reading this book and couldn't put it down. Particularly interesting as I visited Carcassonne during the summer.Published 5 days ago by susan Hines
That's the third time I've read this book, so there must be something about it that I like!Published 19 days ago by Reginald Blundell
Beautifully written, meticulously researched, but difficult to 'get into'. The complicated names take a while to remember 'who's who'. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kieran D'SIlva