Im Namen des Heiligen (Bruder Cadfael, #1)
Publish date: 1984
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Chronicles of Brother Cadfael (#1)
I loved, loved, loved this book. In no particular order, some of the things I loved: - Brother Cadfael himself. He has a past he's not ashamed of; and he won't let anyone else shame him for it either. - The entire town of Gwytherin, their sense of justice and redemption, and the way they come to...
This was a fun read. And I might just have found my favorite literary monk in Brother Cadfael. [Source] He is a man of the world, who turned to priesthood in his later years, he isn´t the most pious monk, he is keenly aware when one of his brethren is full of BS, he is a topnotch matchmaker, he...
Well, of course I liked it - mom is never wrong about mysteries. The writing is great, which allows the story to go at a slower pace without being deadly dull. Brother Cadfael is a Benedictine monk in medieval England and has come late to the cloistered, monastic life after a youth spent adventur...
In the remote Welsh mountain village of Gwytherin lies the grave of Saint Winifred. Now, in 1137, the ambitious head of Shrewsbury Abbey has decided to acquire the sacred remains for his Benedictine order. Native Welshman Brother Cadfael is sent on the expedition to translate and finds the rustic vi...
Not a series I am going to be continuing with.
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