The Fall of the Templars by Robyn Young
A Novel (Brethren)

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The cataclysmic conclusion to the international bestselling Brethren trilogy

1295 A. D. The Christian empire in the Holy Land lies in ruins. Returning to Paris, Knight Templar Will Campbell is at a crossroads. He has sworn to uphold the principles of the Anima Templi, a secret brotherhood within the Order whose aim is peace, but peace seems ever more impossible.

The Temple has forged an alliance with Will's enemy, King Edward of England, vowing to help him wage war on Scotland. Will now faces a bitter choice: to stay with the Temple and fight another war he doesn't believe in, or to break his vows and forge his own path to peace, even if that too means fighting...for the Scots. Will is unaware that an even more ominous threat is rising, for there is a warrior king on the throne of France whose desire for supremacy knows no bounds and who will stop at nothing to fulfill his twisted ambitions. The fight for the holy land is over, but the Temple's last battle has just begun...


About Robyn Young

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ROBYN YOUNG has a master’s in creative writing from the University of Sussex and has worked as a creative writing teacher, financial advisor, folk singer, and music festival organizer. She has traveled extensively in Europe and Egypt. This is her first novel.
Published January 21, 2009 by Plume. 508 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Haunted by the events of recent history, the failure of the Templars in the Holy Land specifically, and crippled by personal rage against the English King on whom he wishes to avenge the betrayal of Anima Templi, Campbell accompanies Grand Master de Molay and other senior leadership of the Templ...

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