The Way of Glory
Cate, a teenage girl from twelfth century England, joins her brothers and aunt on a crusade to save Jerusalem that stops in Hispania to battle the Moors. Life on a battlefield strains the family's closeness as they confront the terror and contradictions of holy war. Cate's dreams of sainthood change to those of a husband and children when she falls in love with a soldier, but she finds no peace even after the family settles on land taken from the Moors. Cate's friendship with a conquered Moor soon leads to impossible choices as she faces the cost of betrayal and the loss of all she's known.
Winner of the Bill Fisher Award for Best First Book - Fiction - from the Benjamin Franklin Awards of the Independent Book Publishers Association
Finalist for the da Vinci Eye Award -- Eric Hoffer Book Awards
Edeleboom Books, 9781732682009, 406pp.
Publication Date: September 25, 2018