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The book of saladin a novel /

The fictional memoirs of Saladin, the liberator of JerusalemAs victories mount and accolades are showered upon the great warrior Saladin, he is nearly deified. He conquers the infidel Franj, or Crusaders, and reclaims the holy city of Jerusalem while remaining true to his senses of honor, justice, and humor. When it comes time for Saladin to record his own story, he turns to a Jewish scribe. In the interlinking stories of The Book of Saladin, the mighty sultan deftly navigates the deep chasms separating Muslims, Christians, and Jews.

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  • "The fictional memoirs of Saladin, the liberator of JerusalemAs victories mount and accolades are showered upon the great warrior Saladin, he is nearly deified. He conquers the infidel Franj, or Crusaders, and reclaims the holy city of Jerusalem while remaining true to his senses of honor, justice, and humor. When it comes time for Saladin to record his own story, he turns to a Jewish scribe. In the interlinking stories of The Book of Saladin, the mighty sultan deftly navigates the deep chasms separating Muslims, Christians, and Jews."@en
  • "A novel on the crusades from the Moslem point of view. The hero is the desert warrior, Saladin, who became sultan of Egypt and retook Jerusalem from the Christians in 1187. A tale of international intrigue and romance by a British writer, author of Shadows of the Pomegranate Tree."@en
  • "A novel on the crusades from the Moslem point of view. The hero is the desert warrior, Saladin, who became sultan of Egypt and retook Jerusalem from the Christians in 1187. A tale of international intrigue and romance by a British writer, author of Shadows of the Pomegranate Tree."
  • "Fictionally chronicles the life and court of Saladin, the Kurdish liberator of Jerusalem while showcasing the opulence of court life."@en
  • "Set in 12th-century Cairo, Damascus and Jerusalem, this is the fictional memoir of Saladin, the Kurdish liberator of Jerusalem. It is the second in a series of historical novels depicting the confrontation between Islamic and Christian civilisations."@en

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  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Historical fiction."
  • "Historical fiction."@en
  • "Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)"@en
  • "Electronic books."@en

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  • "The book of saladin a novel /"@en
  • "The book of Saladin : a novel."
  • "The book of Saladin"
  • "The book of Saladin"@en
  • "The book of Saladin."@en
  • "The book of Saladin : [a novel] /"
  • "The book of Saladin : [a novel] /"@en
  • "The book of Saladin /"
  • "The book of Saladin /"@en