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The Knights of the Cross or The Teutonic Knights (Polish: Krzyżacy) is a 1900 historical novel written by the eminent Polish Positivist writer and the 1905 Nobel laureate, Henryk Sienkiewicz. Its first English translation was published in the same year as the original. The book was serialized by the magazine Tygodnik Illustrowany between 1897–1899 before its first complet The Knights of the Cross or The Teutonic Knights (Polish: Krzyżacy) is a 1900 historical novel written by the eminent Polish Positivist writer and the 1905 Nobel laureate, Henryk Sienkiewicz. Its first English translation was published in the same year as the original. The book was serialized by the magazine Tygodnik Illustrowany between 1897–1899 before its first complete printed edition appeared in 1900. The book was first translated into English by Jeremiah Curtin, a contemporary of Henryk Sienkiewicz.[1] The Teutonic Knights had since been translated into 25 languages. It was the first book to be printed in Poland at the end of the Second World War in 1945, due to its relevance in the context of Nazi German destruction of Poland followed by mass population transfers. The book was made into a movie in 1960 by Aleksander Ford.


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The Knights of the Cross or The Teutonic Knights (Polish: Krzyżacy) is a 1900 historical novel written by the eminent Polish Positivist writer and the 1905 Nobel laureate, Henryk Sienkiewicz. Its first English translation was published in the same year as the original. The book was serialized by the magazine Tygodnik Illustrowany between 1897–1899 before its first complet The Knights of the Cross or The Teutonic Knights (Polish: Krzyżacy) is a 1900 historical novel written by the eminent Polish Positivist writer and the 1905 Nobel laureate, Henryk Sienkiewicz. Its first English translation was published in the same year as the original. The book was serialized by the magazine Tygodnik Illustrowany between 1897–1899 before its first complete printed edition appeared in 1900. The book was first translated into English by Jeremiah Curtin, a contemporary of Henryk Sienkiewicz.[1] The Teutonic Knights had since been translated into 25 languages. It was the first book to be printed in Poland at the end of the Second World War in 1945, due to its relevance in the context of Nazi German destruction of Poland followed by mass population transfers. The book was made into a movie in 1960 by Aleksander Ford.

59 review for The Knights of the Cross: Classic Historical Romance Fiction

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kristýna

    Страшно много ми хареса-толкова е близко до нас!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Bettie

    Read online The Teutonic Knights was the official name of the military order located in the northern part of Poland. The “Knights of the Cross” is a direct translation of polish word “Krzyzacy” a nickname used by Poles because the knights of this order wore black crosses on their armor. read tbr busting 2012 online AND paper finished skimming this via paperback 16/4/2012. It was chewy. 2.5* Once recovered from this I may have a tilt at this: With Fire and Sword ETA: have found the film instead: http://w Read online The Teutonic Knights was the official name of the military order located in the northern part of Poland. The “Knights of the Cross” is a direct translation of polish word “Krzyzacy” a nickname used by Poles because the knights of this order wore black crosses on their armor. read tbr busting 2012 online AND paper finished skimming this via paperback 16/4/2012. It was chewy. 2.5* Once recovered from this I may have a tilt at this: With Fire and Sword ETA: have found the film instead: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0128378/

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lora Grigorova

    The Knights of the Cross: http://readwithstyle.wordpress.com/20... If you are looking for a historical novel, probably the best choice is the Polish journalist and Noble-prize winner Henryk Sienkiewicz. Born in the Russian-ruled Poland in the middle of the 19th century, Sienkiewicz wrote most of his historical novels set during the Polish Republic or Commonwealth. What can be noted about him is his negative portrayal of the German knights of the cross. This idea is most evident in the historical The Knights of the Cross: http://readwithstyle.wordpress.com/20... If you are looking for a historical novel, probably the best choice is the Polish journalist and Noble-prize winner Henryk Sienkiewicz. Born in the Russian-ruled Poland in the middle of the 19th century, Sienkiewicz wrote most of his historical novels set during the Polish Republic or Commonwealth. What can be noted about him is his negative portrayal of the German knights of the cross. This idea is most evident in the historical novel The Knights of the Cross. The Knights of the Cross is set in the 14th century and it depicts the clash between the Poland kingdom, one of the most powerful kingdoms at that time, and the German knights of the cross. The conversion to Christianity is at its peak and most of the nations in Europe are already baptized. The German knights of the cross and the Polish kingdom struggle for influence in the Christian world. Through the story of a common knight, the Polish Zbishko and his uncle Machko, Sienkiewicz condemns the avarice, hypocrisy, and corruption of the German monks. The latter use God to justify their cruel and selfish actions, aimed not to baptize the European nations, but to increase their power and influence. Hidden behind Christianity as an excuse, the German knights of the cross subordinate the nations through murders, executions, and wars. Sienkiewicz, as a Polish citizen, is of course subjective, but he amazes the reader with his extensive historical knowledge and understanding. Read more: http://readwithstyle.wordpress.com/20...

  4. 4 out of 5

    Czarny Pies

    The Teutonic Knights is one of my least favourite works by Henryk Sienkiewicz the author of a great Trilogy about the wars in that took place in the mid 17th century in Poland as well of Quo Vadis a remarkable book about the Christian persecution at Rome at the time of Nero. The problem might be that there is a great deal more source material for the author to have drawn on for the other two historical periods than is the case for the era of the Teutonic Knights. Sienkiewicz's descriptions of th The Teutonic Knights is one of my least favourite works by Henryk Sienkiewicz the author of a great Trilogy about the wars in that took place in the mid 17th century in Poland as well of Quo Vadis a remarkable book about the Christian persecution at Rome at the time of Nero. The problem might be that there is a great deal more source material for the author to have drawn on for the other two historical periods than is the case for the era of the Teutonic Knights. Sienkiewicz's descriptions of the political struggles of the time period in which the Teutonic Knights is set are half-hearted and desultory. He simply chooses to demonize the Germans. As a devote Catholic he avoids the issue of why on earth the Pope allowed the Teutonic Knights to continue their depredations after the Eastern Baltic converted to Christianity. The Teutonic Knights were a crusading order of Priest-Knights founded in 12th Century in Acre which is in modern day Israel. In 1230 they moved to East Prussia nominally to Christianize the Prussians. Their presence certainly speeded the conversion of the Lithuanians and Poles. The Prussians were simply exterminated. As the civilian atrocities continued after the conversions and the Popes decided to maintain their charter, the Lithuanians and Poles banded together to put a stop to their depredations. With a decisive victory at the Battle of Grunwald in 1410, the Poles and Lithuanians put an end to the expansion of the Teutonic Knights as their attacks on Polish and Lithuanian settlements. The German settlers that the Knights brought to their territory took the name of the extinct Prussians. Their state would survive and would lead the drive towards German unification in the 18th and 17th Centuries. In 1945, the Russians liquidated East Prussia bringing an end to the state created by the Teutonic Knights. You may be motivated to read the Teutonic Knights either because you love medieval historical novels or because you are Polish. You most readers the book will be simply long-winded and morose. Sienkiewicz's Trilogy has many moments of humour. In particular, the first volume, "With Fire and Sword" has the gaiety of an Alexandre Dumas novel. However, wit and comedy is entirely absent from the "Teutonic Knights" with the exception of one delightful passage where a relics peddler arrives selling rungs from Jacob's ladder. Without the Dumas gaiety is gone, the "Teutonic Knights" becomes a very mean-spirited "Ivanhoe." Sienkiewicz appears to have been written the "Teutonic Knights" in reaction to Germany's 19th Century Kulturkampf in which it attempted to suppress the Polish language and Catholic institutions in its Eastern territories. A modern reader might sympathize with Sienkiewicz's outrage but still the tone is unpleasant for a North American reader living in the 21st Century. What is clear is that after the horrific events of World War II in which Poland lost one sixth of its population, anti-German feelings ran high amongst the Poles assuring that the "Teutonic Knights" would enjoy great popularity in Poland throughout the second-half of the twentieth century. This novel certainly tells you more about Post WWII Poland, than it does about the 15th Century that is set it.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Joanna

    Majstersztyk! ♥ W szkole średniej strasznie to męczyłam, i nie pamiętam nawet dokładnie czy zmęczyłam do końca czy też nie... Cieszę się że postanowiłam ponownie sięgnąć po Sienkiewicza. Być może z upływem lat dojrzałam do tych treści, lub kilkanaście lat życia na emigracji pomogło mi docenić polskie artystyczne klejnoty, bo powieść jest naprawdę cudowna - szczegółowa, skomplikowana, emocjonująca. Pełna anty-niemieckiej propagandy, owszem - ale czegóż innego oczekiwać od powieści pisanej dla pokrz Majstersztyk! ♥ W szkole średniej strasznie to męczyłam, i nie pamiętam nawet dokładnie czy zmęczyłam do końca czy też nie... Cieszę się że postanowiłam ponownie sięgnąć po Sienkiewicza. Być może z upływem lat dojrzałam do tych treści, lub kilkanaście lat życia na emigracji pomogło mi docenić polskie artystyczne klejnoty, bo powieść jest naprawdę cudowna - szczegółowa, skomplikowana, emocjonująca. Pełna anty-niemieckiej propagandy, owszem - ale czegóż innego oczekiwać od powieści pisanej dla pokrzepienia serc? Do tych 5 gwiazdek bardzo przyczynił się lektor Zbigniew Wróbel, który czytał mi podczas sprzątania, aerobiku czy do snu - i czytał wspaniale, modulując głosem tak że nie było wątpliwości która z postaci właśnie przemawia nawet przy dłuższych dialogach. Słuchałam go z nieprzerwaną przyjemnością. (Zwłaszcza podobał mi się cienki, mizerny głosik Sanderusa :D) A Maćko z Bogdańca to w tej chwili mój ulubiony bohater polskiej literatury. "Mądryś, ale nie bardzo." Uwielbiam go!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Mieczyslaw Kasprzyk

    This is an entertaining read full of over-the-top romanticism and lots of cliche... but then, it is a child of its times. If you've read it then I strongly advise seeing the film which sticks closely to the book (the director could hardly drift away from what is a much loved book amongst the Poles). The film, also, is a child of its times; there's that great "Seig Heil" moment that puts the Teutonic assault on the Poles and Lithuanians in a historical setting!

  7. 5 out of 5

    denudatio_pulpae

    "Krzyżaków" z działu powieści historycznych powinno przenieść się na dział horrorów, najlepiej ze skutkiem natychmiastowym. Prośbę moją motywuję tym, że na dźwięk tego tytułu większość młodzieży zaczyna wykazywać objawy wstrząsu psychicznego, traumy pourazowej i paniki. Co tam "Lśnienie", w tych czasach to bajeczka dla grzecznych dzieci, ponure żniwo zniszczonej młodej psychiki jaką zebrali "Krzyżacy" jest nie do przebicia. Rodzice straszą nimi swoje dzieci, starsze rodzeństwo szepcze młodszemu p "Krzyżaków" z działu powieści historycznych powinno przenieść się na dział horrorów, najlepiej ze skutkiem natychmiastowym. Prośbę moją motywuję tym, że na dźwięk tego tytułu większość młodzieży zaczyna wykazywać objawy wstrząsu psychicznego, traumy pourazowej i paniki. Co tam "Lśnienie", w tych czasach to bajeczka dla grzecznych dzieci, ponure żniwo zniszczonej młodej psychiki jaką zebrali "Krzyżacy" jest nie do przebicia. Rodzice straszą nimi swoje dzieci, starsze rodzeństwo szepcze młodszemu pełnym napięcia, grobowym głosem: będziesz musiał przeczytać "Krzyżaków", wtedy zobaczysz czym jest cierpienie. Rzesze psychologów powinny składać hołd Sienkiewiczowi, który (nieświadomie, jak podejrzewam) tworząc tak mrożące krew w żyłach dzieło, stworzył podwaliny ich dzisiejszej pracy :) Kiedyś bardziej lubiłam "Krzyżaków" (ba, uwielbiałam), jednak chyba czas przyznać, że Sienkiewicz wraz z dorastaniem traci na uroku. Nie jestem ponowną lekturą tak rozczarowana jak w przypadku "W pustyni i w puszczy", ale było kilka irytujących dorosłą mnie elementów, których jako dziecko absolutnie nie zauważałam. Zbyszek rozśmieszał mnie tym swoim średniowiecznym dresiarskim podejściem "masz jakiś problem?! - będziem się pojedynkować!", mimoza-blondyna oczywiście jest sienkiewiczowską bezradną "damą w opałach", tylko Jagienkę jak lubiłam, tak do dzisiaj lubię, bo to krzepka dziołcha była. Podobnie darzę sympatią Maćka, szczwany lis z niego. Do "Krzyżaków" pewnie jeszcze kiedyś wrócę, mam jakiś sentyment do tej historii, a powieści historyczne zawsze dobrze mi się czytało. 7/10

  8. 5 out of 5

    Barney

    This book was well written. The medieval theme appealed to me, and I enjoyed reading about medieval custom and war, about how things worked, and about duels and unrequited love. That being said, the book provides a completely one-sided view of the events it describes. The Polish, whose side the writer obviously stands on, are always presented as living legends, strong like bulls and as honourable as humanly possible. Each and every one is extreme in his virtue, passion and valiance, while also h This book was well written. The medieval theme appealed to me, and I enjoyed reading about medieval custom and war, about how things worked, and about duels and unrequited love. That being said, the book provides a completely one-sided view of the events it describes. The Polish, whose side the writer obviously stands on, are always presented as living legends, strong like bulls and as honourable as humanly possible. Each and every one is extreme in his virtue, passion and valiance, while also harbouring a hatred for the Teutonic knights, as larger than life as himself. The Teutonic knights, on the other hand, are presented as monstrous deceivers, who mainly achieve their goals through trickery and deceit. They are often presented cruel and heartless, and are very close to the typical villain. All this gives the book an awkward feel. It is evident it was written from the Polish side, but it is not presented that way: an omniscient narrator is used, instead of first-person account, which would give enough cause to present things in such a one-sided manner. Also, another grudge of mine is that everything is so romantic and idealized. This is mainly seen in the subplot revolving around the protagonist's love story, but finds its way into everything, from knightly duels to how the characters speak. I read that the book was written at a time that there was no Polish state, and it was an effort to unite the Polish people, and an allegorical one, as well. However, even after realizing this, I couldn't forgive the book. If you think you could, for an account of medieval wars and knightly deeds, then this book is for you.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kris Trelski

    For me, this is a best book ever. It's well researched. Most events mentioned actually took place, you just have to look around. Because it was written in 1900 its language may be little out of date. Now you can read the latest translation on-line at: theteutonicknights.blogspot.com For me, this is a best book ever. It's well researched. Most events mentioned actually took place, you just have to look around. Because it was written in 1900 its language may be little out of date. Now you can read the latest translation on-line at: theteutonicknights.blogspot.com

  10. 4 out of 5

    Paul

    This is the book that started me on a path to a History Degree. The characters and story were so engaging that I was actually upset that Medieval Poland is forgotten about in pop culture and textbooks. It saddens me that it is not better known.

  11. 4 out of 5

    ☘Misericordia☘ ~ The Serendipity Aegis ~ ⚡ϟ⚡ϟ⚡⛈ ✺❂❤❣

    Incredible, amazing novel! I cannot really explain what I liked most about it, but it accounted for lots of strong emotions I experienced while reading it. I read it in Polish original version 'Krzyżacy' and Russian translation 'Крестоносцы'.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Msr2d2

    Jedna z najsłynniejszych powieści największego polskiego powieściopisarza. Taaa.... Niezła ściema. "Krzyżacy" to zwykłe barachło. W dodatku barachło pełne patologii. Chciwość, złośliwość, podwójna moralność, zazdrość, głupota ogólna i zapędy do osób nieletnich to norma wśród bohatyruw (przeinaczenie celowe, wręcz złośliwe). A gdy przychodzi do opisania Krzyżaków/Niemców poziom patologii osiąga wartości kosmiczne. Ci są źli, bo są źli, chciwi i źli. Niby wiadomo kiedy i z jakim przesłanie twór te Jedna z najsłynniejszych powieści największego polskiego powieściopisarza. Taaa.... Niezła ściema. "Krzyżacy" to zwykłe barachło. W dodatku barachło pełne patologii. Chciwość, złośliwość, podwójna moralność, zazdrość, głupota ogólna i zapędy do osób nieletnich to norma wśród bohatyruw (przeinaczenie celowe, wręcz złośliwe). A gdy przychodzi do opisania Krzyżaków/Niemców poziom patologii osiąga wartości kosmiczne. Ci są źli, bo są źli, chciwi i źli. Niby wiadomo kiedy i z jakim przesłanie twór ten powstał, ale to i tak nie szczególnie ratuje to przed kiepską oceną. Fabularnie jest to taka manga typu shonen. Jedna z tych przeciętnych, na zachodzie niemal nieznanych. Historia jest wyraźnie naciągana tu i tam, a główni bohatyrowie, nieważne ile razy dostali by po nosie, po chwili odpoczynku znów są zdrowi, do boju gotowi i silniejsi niż wcześniej. Choć czasem zdarzają się fragmenty faktycznie przykuwające uwagę, to stylizacja językowa nieraz utrudnia wczytanie się na dłużej. Jedyną faktyczną zaletą tej pozycji jest fakt, że po trzech tygodniach tortur udało mi się ja skończyć.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Dima Afonin

    Символично дочитал аккурат ко дню независимости Польши : ) Что можно сказать: типичный Сенкевич. 50% погони за дамой сердца при трагических обстоятельствах, 30% рыцарской бравады, 10% эпической битвы и 10% шляхетской хитрости. На каждой странице — обязательное упоминание Иисуса или другой личности из широкого ассортимента канонизированных курией или польской церковью святых. Много исторических персонажей, вшитых в сюжет белыми нитками (все непременно испытывают большое почтение к главному герою). Символично дочитал аккурат ко дню независимости Польши : ) Что можно сказать: типичный Сенкевич. 50% погони за дамой сердца при трагических обстоятельствах, 30% рыцарской бравады, 10% эпической битвы и 10% шляхетской хитрости. На каждой странице — обязательное упоминание Иисуса или другой личности из широкого ассортимента канонизированных курией или польской церковью святых. Много исторических персонажей, вшитых в сюжет белыми нитками (все непременно испытывают большое почтение к главному герою). Если читаешь как фентези, оторваться невозможно : )

  14. 4 out of 5

    Vadim

    A great and rather interesting book, even though it is a bit predisposed towards Poles. There is one funny moment about the book structure... So, it is about at 90% of the book when it looks like the story line is complete, everyone is happy - and at that moment the author says to himself: "Oh, wait, I forgot to write about the battle of Grunwald! Let's add a few more chapters." These final chapter are, let's say, loosely coupled to the rest of the book, but besides them everything is written per A great and rather interesting book, even though it is a bit predisposed towards Poles. There is one funny moment about the book structure... So, it is about at 90% of the book when it looks like the story line is complete, everyone is happy - and at that moment the author says to himself: "Oh, wait, I forgot to write about the battle of Grunwald! Let's add a few more chapters." These final chapter are, let's say, loosely coupled to the rest of the book, but besides them everything is written perfectly.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Maggie Psurek

    I read this in it's original (Krzyżacy, in Polish) and I liked it fine. Which is saying quite a bit actually as I was forced to read it for school as a seventh grader. When I was a bit older, I got the audiobook and I FELL IN LOVE WITH THIS BOOK. It became the book I listened to every time I was lying sick in bed. Not only is the history accurate, Sienkiewicz makes this into a coming-of-age as well as double love story. I love that there really isn't a love triangle since Zbyszko stays true (that i I read this in it's original (Krzyżacy, in Polish) and I liked it fine. Which is saying quite a bit actually as I was forced to read it for school as a seventh grader. When I was a bit older, I got the audiobook and I FELL IN LOVE WITH THIS BOOK. It became the book I listened to every time I was lying sick in bed. Not only is the history accurate, Sienkiewicz makes this into a coming-of-age as well as double love story. I love that there really isn't a love triangle since Zbyszko stays true (that is not a spoiler). I highly, highly recommend this book, and all of Sienkiewicz really.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Pi

    Może i nie czyta się tego z zapartym tchem. Może i nie kocha się taj książki. Może i nie... ale to "Krzyżacy"! Jest to nasza polska klasyka. Ominąć jej nie sposób - w szkołach lektura obowiązkowa. I dobrze! Bo chyba niewielu by dzisiaj przeczytało, gdyby "Krzyżacy" lekturą nie byli. Warto a nawet trzeba. 7/10

  17. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    What I've learned from this book: 1. The Teutonic Knights were assholes. 2. Polish men are insanely strong. Like so strong they can bend iron with their bare hands and leap over horses while fully clad in armor. 3. Anyone named Jagienka is awesome. I am absolutely infatuated with the characters in this story. It's such a ridiculous and overblown tale, but it's so charmingly told that it doesn't matter. I was constantly bemoaning Zbyzsko's wrongheadedness and laughing at the Sieur de Lorche's desire What I've learned from this book: 1. The Teutonic Knights were assholes. 2. Polish men are insanely strong. Like so strong they can bend iron with their bare hands and leap over horses while fully clad in armor. 3. Anyone named Jagienka is awesome. I am absolutely infatuated with the characters in this story. It's such a ridiculous and overblown tale, but it's so charmingly told that it doesn't matter. I was constantly bemoaning Zbyzsko's wrongheadedness and laughing at the Sieur de Lorche's desire to save maidens from dragons and adoring Jagienka for everything. I will definitely be reading more Sienkiewicz. And maybe taking a primer on how to pronounce Polish names.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Nickolai

    Название не совсем точно отражает содержание книги. Этот роман не столько о рыцарях Тевтонского ордена, сколько о поляках и их жизни накануне Грюнвальдской битвы. Тут есть и приключения, и интрига, и классический любовный треугольник. Начало довольно тяжелое, но книга очень быстро набирает обороты, становится легкой и интересной.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Gabor Hernadi

    Historical novel about the age of knights. It's relatively fast pacing and interesting but I have a feeling that I would've enjoyed it much more in my teenage years. Now the dated look of life, glorification of war, the blind faith infiltrating the everyday life and treating women as second rate beings just alienating me.

  20. 5 out of 5

    მორისონა 'ა

    კარგი წიგნი პოლონეთის ისტორიის შესახებ, პოლონელი რაინდების ხედვა და ყოველდღიურობა ასევე ჯვაროსნებისადმი დამოკიდებულება და რაც მთავარია კარგად საკითხავი, სასწრაფოდ მეორე ნაწილი კითხვას საჭიროებს რადგან პირველი ისეთ მომენტში მთავრდება გაგრძელებას გთხოვს გული ❤️

  21. 5 out of 5

    Raigo Loide

    The book is skilfully written, easy to read and offers enjoyable historical atmosphere but is extremely subjective. The Polish knights are all brave and honourable, the Teutonic knights are evil and sneaky. It`s too black and white for my taste. The book is skilfully written, easy to read and offers enjoyable historical atmosphere but is extremely subjective. The Polish knights are all brave and honourable, the Teutonic knights are evil and sneaky. It`s too black and white for my taste.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Patlejchová

    Klasický historický román, který vtáhne do děje a donutí číst 3 dny v kuse.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Tulbure Alexandru

    “Mergea un orb pe drum si s a impiedicat de o piatra. A cazut pentru ca era orb, dar motivul era piatra. Drezdenko este o astfel de piatra.”

  24. 4 out of 5

    侯 二六

    就算現在如此慘澹,這片土地上的先人也曾輝煌過。於是顯克維奇描繪波蘭人如何將佔地為王的十字軍逐出國土,選了個大歷史中的小人物當主角,或許因此他們的頑強抵抗——無論對命運或其他——才更令讀者認同。(寫於2008年) 全文:https://hou26.org/zeta/national.htm 就算現在如此慘澹,這片土地上的先人也曾輝煌過。於是顯克維奇描繪波蘭人如何將佔地為王的十字軍逐出國土,選了個大歷史中的小人物當主角,或許因此他們的頑強抵抗——無論對命運或其他——才更令讀者認同。(寫於2008年) 全文:https://hou26.org/zeta/national.htm

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kornelia

    3.5

  26. 4 out of 5

    Paweł Zarzycki

    Lucky enough to read it in Polish ;)

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sophie

    Hate it with a burning passion to this day.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Tatsiana

    Интересно, но не затягивало. Такой ровный исторический роман.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Danail Yordanov

    My favorite book ever! It's amazing author and amazing history!

  30. 4 out of 5

    ewa eva

  31. 4 out of 5

    Zuzanna

  32. 4 out of 5

    Erekose

  33. 4 out of 5

    Mike

  34. 4 out of 5

    Ramathael

  35. 4 out of 5

    Monika

  36. 4 out of 5

    Anna

  37. 4 out of 5

    Cb

  38. 5 out of 5

    Rui Sun

  39. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay Johnson

  40. 4 out of 5

    Alisia Barringer

  41. 4 out of 5

    BookDB

  42. 5 out of 5

    Josh Simmons

  43. 4 out of 5

    Yuki Shimmyo

  44. 4 out of 5

    Joseph

  45. 5 out of 5

    Lúthien Tindomiel

  46. 5 out of 5

    Eduardo

  47. 4 out of 5

    Joakim

  48. 5 out of 5

    Jasson Howell

  49. 4 out of 5

    Dorota

  50. 4 out of 5

    Kasia

  51. 5 out of 5

    Martin Konjajev

  52. 5 out of 5

    Katarzyna Kulma

  53. 4 out of 5

    Monika

  54. 5 out of 5

    Ola

  55. 5 out of 5

    Zoja87

  56. 4 out of 5

    Snoopy

  57. 4 out of 5

    de Ventadour

  58. 4 out of 5

    Eesia

  59. 4 out of 5

    Madalam

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