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The Road to Jerusalem is the first book in Jan Guillou's The Knight Templar (Crusades trilogy) book series. The book follows the fictional character of Arn Magnusson from his birth and until he sets off to Jerusalem.
Whatever is unavailable in Baka itself can be found on nearby Emek Refaim or in the Talpiot Industrial Zone, five minutes away by car. Everything about Baka speaks of diversity. The population ranges from ultra orthodox to the completely secular and displays all shades of the political spectrum. Public housing (for the past 20 years, Baka has been undergoing a gentrification process) exists near beautiful private houses with impressive gardens. There are also two- and three-family houses as well as apartments, with rarely any buildings above four floors. Besides schools of all sorts there are a multitude of synagogues for every taste as well as a mikveh.
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The Road to Jerusalem (The Crusades Trilogy)
Fiction & History hand in hand
Excellent read. Story supposedly inspired by historical research, which allways leaves you guessing which is made up and what is pretty close to the truth.
I hardly ever have the time to read, but i sure TOOK time to read these books.

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Book Description
In 1150 Arn Magnusson is born to an aristocratic Swedish family and spends his childhood at the Cistercian monastery of Varnhem where he is taught the best of spiritual and worldly learning. He is also trained to become a master archer and swordsman by the giant Brother Guilbert, a former knight. At seventeen, equipped to become a monk or a warrior, Arn returns home, a young man and yet an innocent in the ways of the world. Two sisters cross his path: he is seduced by one yet falls deeply in love with the other. In loving the two sisters he has committed a serious crime and he is sentenced to serve twenty years as a Knight Templar in the Holy Land...

About the Author
Jan Guillou was born in 1944 and is the author of COQ ROUGE series of thrillers. He is one of Sweden's most popular and controversial journalists.

The Road to Jerusalem Book

(The Crusades Trilogy) (Paperback)
by Jan Guillou(Author), Anna Paterson (Translator)
The Road to Jerusalem

"I want to tell you about a little road that leads to Jerusalem the road from Moshav Even Sapir. When you drive on this winding country lane in the direction of Ein Kerem, between ancient agricultural terraces and forested mountain slopes you enter Jerusalem tranquil and peaceful mood."
Uri Orbach

Radio commentator and journalist
The Road to Jerusalem: Book One of the Crusades Trilogy

The Road to Jerusalem

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