Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Keeper of the Grail by Michael P. Spradlin - ESSENTIAL


Spradlin, Michael P. The Youngest Templar: Keeper of the Grail, 248 pgs. Putnam. Violence: G; Sexual Content: G; Language: G; Tristan is an orphan being raised by monks. He is content living there, until a group of Templars, or Warrior Monks, show up. They are bound for the Holy Land, and one of them invites Tristan to be his new squire. Tristan accepts, and he leaves the monks for a life of battle and danger. Soon after, he is entrusted with a mysterious item that means a lot to many people, and that some would do anything to get. This book is great. It was well written. It had a relatively new, good plot. It is not too predictable, and it was easy to read. This was a fantastic book. EL, MS - ESSENTIAL. Student Reviewer: RG

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