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Trailer Æ Brethren PDF by ã Robyn Young It has taken me a long time to read book one in this Brethren trilogy Which is unusual for me, seeing as Robyn Young is one of my favourite authors and I loved her Insurrection trilogy and I really enjoyed book one, Sons of the Blood, in her new trilogy, New World Rising.
I think I avoided Brethren for so many years because of regular comments from fellow readers on it being romance based than the trilogies mentioned above Having now read Brethren, I am surprised that people say this I did not find it romance heavy at all Not to the stage where it would put off a reader who does not enjoy romance There is a relationship between two young characters that develops into something stronger as they grow up, but I never found it romancy nor melodramatic It took me a while to get into the read due to maybe a third of the book being consumed by characters as children and Comecei este livro com boas expectativas pois sempre me senti muito curiosa sobre as cruzadas e os templ rios Gostei da forma como a narrativa foi sendo tecida e da mesma ter v rios pontos de vista oscilando entre Londres, Paris e a Palestina de forma a dar nos uma vis o o mais completa e global poss vel Quanto s personagens vale a pena referir William, um jovem escoc s que serve como sargento templ rio em New Temple Everand um padre algo temperamental que oculta um segredo que pode trazer muitos problemas Ordem e Baibars, um antigo escravo que se tornou general, cujo objectivo expulsar dos crist os da Palestina Estes tr s personagens conseguiram cada um sua maneira conquistar me A Irmandade foi sem d vida um livro entusiasmante recheado de intriga, guerra, fanatismo que ainda nos reserva v rias surpresas.
This could and should have been so much better All the necessary elements seem to be there for a great memorable story only for it to disappoint and frustrate far than invigorate or appeal To use an analogy, imagine having all the right ingredients for a delicious cake, mix them together, bake and getting an undercooked barely edible biscuit instead.
The author manages the notable feat of taking five hundred long pages to achieve less than what others have in two thirds as many pages Young seems to prefer maintaining a meandering non committal approach throughout the story than actually giving the reader something to energise intrigue them, or someone to connect or at the very least empathise with.
As it stands, the most interesting character in the book is actually the main antagonist, Baybars, who hardly has an chapters dedicated to him in comparison to the hero whom you Brethern was a good book I don t particularly find it amusing to read historical fiction books but I loved this book because actual events from history are also included I loved the writing, it did not bore me one single bit even though it was detailed Despite the fact that it s been written by a Christian author, the events are actually accurate and I did not see for the most part any bias, which really amused me I even went as far as comparing the events to my own historical references and to my surprise they agreed with the majority of the events of the book Again I am noting that the book is both fiction mixed with non fiction, and the non fiction part is what I am saying is accurate, the non fiction part though I was not very keen about and did not really care for the characters or what was going on with them, but I like how ever It has taken me a long time to read book one in this Brethren trilogy Which is unusual for me, seeing as Robyn Young is one of my favourite authors and I loved her Insurrection trilogy and I really enjoyed book one, Sons of the Blood, in her new trilogy, New World Rising.
I think I avoided Brethren for so many years because of regular comments from fellow readers on it being romance based than the trilogies mentioned above Having now read Brethren, I am surprised that people say this I did not find it romance heavy at all Not to the stage where it would put off a reader who does not enjoy romance There is a relationship between two young characters that develops into something stronger as they grow up, but I never found it romancy nor melodramatic It took me a while to get into the read due to maybe a third of the book being consumed by characters as children and Comecei este livro com boas expectativas pois sempre me senti muito curiosa sobre as cruzadas e os templ rios Gostei da forma como a narrativa foi sendo tecida e da mesma ter v rios pontos de vista oscilando entre Londres, Paris e a Palestina de forma a dar nos uma vis o o mais completa e global poss vel Quanto s personagens vale a pena referir William, um jovem escoc s que serve como sargento templ rio em New Temple Everand um padre algo temperamental que oculta um segredo que pode trazer muitos problemas Ordem e Baibars, um antigo escravo que se tornou general, cujo objectivo expulsar dos crist os da Palestina Estes tr s personagens conseguiram cada um sua maneira conquistar me A Irmandade foi sem d vida um livro entusiasmante recheado de intriga, guerra, fanatismo que ainda nos reserva v rias surpresas.
This could and should have been so much better All the necessary elements seem to be there for a great memorable story only for it to disappoint and frustrate far than invigorate or appeal To use an analogy, imagine having all the right ingredients for a delicious cake, mix them together, bake and getting an undercooked barely edible biscuit instead.
The author manages the notable feat of taking five hundred long pages to achieve less than what others have in two thirds as many pages Young seems to prefer maintaining a meandering non committal approach throughout the story than actually giving the reader something to energise intrigue them, or someone to connect or at the very least empathise with.
As it stands, the most interesting character in the book is actually the main antagonist, Baybars, who hardly has an chapters dedicated to him in comparison to the hero whom you Brethern was a good book I don t particularly find it amusing to read historical fiction books but I loved this book because actual events from history are also included I loved the writing, it did not bore me one single bit even though it was detailed Despite the fact that it s been written by a Christian author, the events are actually accurate and I did not see for the most part any bias, which really amused me I even went as far as comparing the events to my own historical references and to my surprise they agreed with the majority of the events of the book Again I am noting that the book is both fiction mixed with non fiction, and the non fiction part is what I am saying is accurate, the non fiction part though I was not very keen about and did not really care for the characters or what was going on with them, but I like how ever Brethren, the first entry in Robyn Young s acclaimed epic trilogy about the travails of a young man on the path to becoming a Templar knight during the disastrous end of the Crusades, is full of interesting details and twisting plot lines Will Campbell, the hero of the story, is a youth damaged by a tragic event which has torn his family apart As he struggles to gain his knighthood in the Templar Order, where he s been assigned by his father, who s taken Templar vows and left for service in the besieged Holy Land, Will befriends a fellow knight in training, Gavin, as well as a mysterious young woman named Elwen These fateful friendships, combined with a stolen secret book and the raging vengeance of the Mamluk sultan, Baybars, who has determined to wrest all Christian holdings in Palestine, begin as separate plot threads that are slowly woven into a Una dintre seriile mele preferate Te distruge, incet.
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Is now on our website and you can download it by register what are you waiting for? Please read and make a refission for you The historical research done by this author is obvious in the story and she should be given credit for doing a great job on it however, I just could not connect with the characters The main character was too weak and the conversations between him and his other teenage friends sounded like modern day teenagers While most of the chapters started with beautiful description of the landscape etc.
, sometimes they just seem out of place It was like a mix match of scenery and characters This was my first book by this author so am not sure whether I am rating her too harshly and need to read her other books to change my mind.
I wasn t really sure what to expect from Brethren as I hadn t read a synopsis beforehand Sometimes I find that adds to the book as it means I go into it with an open mind Also, given my very rigid list of books to read, Brethren sneaked in by simply being I quite fancy a read of that as I walked past the bookshelf That, for me, is quite rare All I knew was that it involved the Knights Templar and the crusades.
I was fascinated, then, to discover that the book is not simply an us and them Templars and Muslim thing It also falls blessedly short of the almost inevitable these days Dan Browning of the Templars There is a tendency now to see them as a mystical, secretive, barely Christian bunch with demon worship etc Since I personally believe that they were likely mostly good hearted and pious men who also happened to be shr Set in period between the Seventh and Ninth Crusades, Brethren purports to tell the story if the Crusades from both the East s and the West s points of view The West s version is told through the tale of Will, training to follow in his father s footsteps as a Knight in the Order of the Templar, while the East s view is depicted through the tale of Mamluk Sultan of Egypt, Baybars.
The Templars, as usual the subject of speculation and rumours of secret societies, are here given a secret Order within and Order, the Brethren of the title, who s existence, and the existence of the while Templar order, is threatened by the theft of a book, the recovery of which is behind the main plot lines in the book.
The premise is a good idea imperfectly executed The story itself feels overlong when the hero gets into yet anot



Una dintre seriile mele preferate Te distruge, incet.
Brethren, the first entry in Robyn Young s acclaimed epic trilogy about the travails of a young man on the path to becoming a Templar knight during the disastrous end of the Crusades, is full of interesting details and twisting plot lines Will Campbell, the hero of the story, is a youth damaged by a tragic event which has torn his family apart As he struggles to gain his knighthood in the Templar Order, where he s been assigned by his father, who s taken Templar vows and left for service in the besieged Holy Land, Will befriends a fellow knight in training, Gavin, as well as a mysterious young woman named Elwen These fateful friendships, combined with a stolen secret book and the raging vengeance of the Mamluk sultan, Baybars, who has determined to wrest all Christian holdings in Palestine, begin as separate plot threads that are slowly woven into a The historical research done by this author is obvious in the story and she should be given credit for doing a great job on it however, I just could not connect with the characters The main character was too weak and the conversations between him and his other teenage friends sounded like modern day teenagers While most of the chapters started with beautiful description of the landscape etc.
, sometimes they just seem out of place It was like a mix match of scenery and characters This was my first book by this author so am not sure whether I am rating her too harshly and need to read her other books to change my mind.
I wasn t really sure what to expect from Brethren as I hadn t read a synopsis beforehand Sometimes I find that adds to the book as it means I go into it with an open mind Also, given my very rigid list of books to read, Brethren sneaked in by simply being I quite fancy a read of that as I walked past the bookshelf That, for me, is quite rare All I knew was that it involved the Knights Templar and the crusades.
I was fascinated, then, to discover that the book is not simply an us and them Templars and Muslim thing It also falls blessedly short of the almost inevitable these days Dan Browning of the Templars There is a tendency now to see them as a mystical, secretive, barely Christian bunch with demon worship etc Since I personally believe that they were likely mostly good hearted and pious men who also happened to be shr Set in period between the Seventh and Ninth Crusades, Brethren purports to tell the story if the Crusades from both the East s and the West s points of view The West s version is told through the tale of Will, training to follow in his father s footsteps as a Knight in the Order of the Templar, while the East s view is depicted through the tale of Mamluk Sultan of Egypt, Baybars.
The Templars, as usual the subject of speculation and rumours of secret societies, are here given a secret Order within and Order, the Brethren of the title, who s existence, and the existence of the while Templar order, is threatened by the theft of a book, the recovery of which is behind the main plot lines in the book.
The premise is a good idea imperfectly executed The story itself feels overlong when the hero gets into yet anot

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