The Battle of Mankind (Grail Wars #2)

The Battle of Mankind (Grail Wars #2)

$17.99

(1 customer review)

Trying to solve the riddle of the Templar medallion, Joy and Alaric travel to Montsegur in Southern France. The mountain fortress was said to be the true grail castle. It was also here the medieval Cathar faith met its end, when 225 Cathar priests and priestesses were burned alive by the Vatican on March 16 1244. Going singing unto the pyre they prophesied that they would return in seven hundred years.

Reading about Andvari’s many lives and his vicious struggles with his arch enemy, the black magician Asura, they begin to understand the true nature of the battle of mankind. As they approach the sacred mountain a playful intimacy develops between Joy and Alaric. But in a remote corner of Alaric’s mind a terrible suspicion is taking form.

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1 review for The Battle of Mankind (Grail Wars #2)

  1. John Lansner

    While reading the Grail Wars I was thrilled and enlightened. I went through a spectrum of emotions I didn’t even know I had! I followed the characters with empathy and was excited about their development through their various incarnations.

    The story challenged me on many levels and brought me face to face with my own inner “dragon.” It kick-started a cathartic healing process of deep emotional wounds and helped my spiritual development tremendously.

    Although, the story is fiction it feels disturbingly true! Reading Grail Wars changed my life in ways I could not have imagined.

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Reader feedback:

“Grail Wars is incredible, mystical, moving and multifaceted. It is an amazing and surprising journey that left me with a beaming smile on my lips.”

“Although, the story is fiction it feels disturbingly true! Reading Grail Wars changed my life in ways I could not have imagined.”

“Grail Wars is powerful, grand, and original, and way ahead, theologically and psychologically, of the Lord of the Rings and Star Wars.”

“Reading Grail Wars is like attending a potent classical concerto — Bolero in writing — enjoying every tune and waiting eagerly for the crowning finale!”

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