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  • Writer's picturePayton Tilley

3 Medieval Recomendations

It's another Monday and today I want to dedicate it to shedding light on some fantastic historical fiction. Pray, check them out after reading some fast facts about them below!

1.) ~ 'Glastonbury Tor' by LeAnne Hardy

This book follows a young man whom finds himself at refuge in a monastery during the Reformation. It tackles so many issues surrounding Collin's identity and invites us to do the same. Being heavily stepped in history, it does not posses a big helping of romance, nor is it for the faint of heart. But it is one of the best books I have ever read centered around monks and their lives during this time.

2.) ~ ' Salvation ' by Olivia Rae

I recently stumbled upon this medieval author and have fallen in love! This book starts in 1186 and pulls you into the history, romance, struggles, and lives of the people it tells about. And it weaves in bits of the Crusades that are happening a distant ways off, too. Highly recommend. . .

3.) ~ 'The Healer's Apprentice's by Melanie Dickerson

By now, you may have heard of this author. I am a huge fan of her books, more so the earlier ones such as this. It takes place in the later half of the 14 century, in Germany. It follows a woman named Rose, and how she begins struggling to commit to being a healer while the people and lives around her are changing as a nobles betrothal to a mysterious woman shakes the region.

Each of these books does it's best to emmerse you in the time of knights, castles, and war. And each does it's job.

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