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Publisher's Summary

The first official Knightfall tie-in novel, charting the Templars' adventures after the Fall of Acre.

Following the Fall of Acre, Landry, Godfrey, and the other survivors of the siege flee in a sailboat across the Mediterranean. Drifting for weeks, they try to land on Cyprus only to run into a dangerous Mamluk detachment. Running dangerously low on supplies, they are forced to take to the seas once more. 

Trying to land on the coastline of Turkey, they are ambushed by pirates and taken captive. Incarcerated on a remote island compound, Landry, Godfrey and the other Templars must plan their escape before all hope is lost.

©2019 A&E Television Networks, LLC (P)2019 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Enjoyed! Can’t wait till book two!

I enjoy watching many shows on the History channel. Knightfall is one of my favorites. I have enjoyed listening to the book and the narrator did a great job! I highly recommend!

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a bad attempt to write a pirate story in a medieval setting.

If one has only a minimal knowledge of the Knights Templar one will not be able to abstract from all the errors in this story. It's a pathetic attempt to drag a medieval environment down over a simple pirate story. Replace the rom (rom ???? there was no rom in the European Middle Ages) with gunpowder and give people hats with feathers on, then you would have a mediocre pirate of the Caribbean story..
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Interesting tale of seafaring knights

Easy story to get into and keeps attention with details of sailing that help move the story along without dragging too slowly. Action scenes and plot twists galore.

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Great and exciting book. I loved every minute of

Great and exciting book. I loved every minute of the book. I enjoyed the narrator.

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Medieval knights

This was a good book with a lot of thrills. The fight scenes were vivid, the characters well-developed, and James narrated them all very well.

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Pure fantasy.

The author ignores history. Pitting 16th century pirates against 12th century Templars. One minute a man's hand is too injured to use, the next he is wielding two swords.

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A Great Idea

This book is based on my favorite series and covers the parts that happened off screen like the transition between Acre and France. The narrator has done an excellent job and he actually sounded as though he were in pain. He did give Gawain a Scottish accent instead of a British one that threw me a little bit off track, but at least it was legitimate. Lastly, the maltreatment of the protagonists was pretty negative to say the least.

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  • 04-19-19

Crusader adventure

I bought this book on the strength of the narrator James Langton who did a great job with the Hellequin series,and because I loved the author's Thieftaker series. I was not aware this was a follow up to a tv series but this was not a problem. The story pics up after the fall of Acre as a group of Templars and refugees flee the city, presumably the events of the tv series. As a result you are thrown into an established group but the author does a great job of quickly getting you to know them, I immediately felt an affinity for the characters and enjoyed a well written adventure. i look forward to more.

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  • Amelia
  • 09-19-21

Hope Book 2 Comes Soon

Liked this book, well written and likeable characters. Will read as many as they make.

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