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Templar's Acre (Knights Templar Myst/Prequel) by Jecks, Michael (2013) Hardcover

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  • ASIN: B00CF6AD9A
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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This prequel was a grand addition to what has been a fantastic series! This title can be read as an independent novel but if you are familiar with the series, it is "icing on the cake." Jecks' superb historical research (primary source citations) and ability to weave great stories into the historical framework is difficult to surpass. Friends of mine all around the world have been thankful to have been introduced to Jecks' body of work.

I am borrowing from my previous review elsewhere to add to this belated review above: "Having read and delighted in the entire series, I could not go without the prequel to the series (in hard cover -- I plan to keep the series and pass it on eventually). One sees a youthful Baldwin and the making of the man we have learned to respect in the series as he survived into adulthood. There may be bits that I might prefer to have seen differently, but I was not the story teller and those bits did not detract from the overall story line. Once again, Jecks weaves a plausible story into the historical matrix and gives one hours of satisfying reading despite the 'blood and gore,' etc. After all, Baldwin was not a merchant but a crusader and soldier who defended others. Again, no synopsis will be given as that is not a review. I just tell you that I found it worth the expense and definitely worth the reading time (I did try to go slow and put it down now and again, but it was hard to do). I fear that I will be back to the beginning of the series after reading this great prequel (fresh eyes on them)."

15 SEP 2013: I had to return to this review because the author has been interviewed today (part one) and I really believe that old and new readers alike will find the subject matter interesting to say the least: [...]
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