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by Taylor Caldwell

  • ISBN: 0449236161
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  • Author: Taylor Caldwell
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Fawcett (February 12, 1982)
  • ePub book: 1528 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
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Home Taylor Caldwell The Arm and the Darkness. Three things only can reach beyond the world: the sun in its light, the darkness of night, and the long arm of God. -

Home Taylor Caldwell The Arm and the Darkness. The arm and the darkness, . - Eastern proverb. The events and the characters in this novel were not invented by me. To critics, I refer the evidence of history.

Janet Miriam Holland Taylor Caldwell (September 7, 1900 – August 30, 1985) was a British-born American novelist and prolific author of popular fiction, also known by the pen names Marcus Holland and Max Reiner.

Janet Miriam Holland Taylor Caldwell (September 7, 1900 – August 30, 1985) was a British-born American novelist and prolific author of popular fiction, also known by the pen names Marcus Holland and Max Reiner, and by her married name of J. Miriam Reback. In her fiction, she often used real historical events or persons.

Start by marking The Arm and the Darkness as Want to Read . I found this book online and read the first two chapters; fell in love with it and got it from the library-I am old-fashioned and love reading a real paper book!

Start by marking The Arm and the Darkness as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Against this tumultuous backdrop, bestselling author Taylor Caldwell spins a stirring tale of romance, suspense, and adventure in the grand tradition of Alexandre Dumas. At the heart of the novel are the two de Richepin brothers: Ars�ne, a swashbuckling nobleman who mus In seventeenth-century France, Catholics and Huguenots are locked in a battle for the soul of the nation. I found this book online and read the first two chapters; fell in love with it and got it from the library-I am old-fashioned and love reading a real paper book!

com's Taylor Caldwell Author Page.

com's Taylor Caldwell Author Page. Taylor Caldwell's best-known works include Dynasty of Death, Dear and Glorious Physician (about Saint Luke), Ceremony of the Innocent, Pillar of Iron, The Earth is the Lord's (about Genghis Khan) and Captains and the Kings. Her last major novel, Answer As a Man, appeared in 1980.

Against this tumultuous backdrop, bestselling author Taylor Caldwell spins a stirring tale of romance, suspense .

Against this tumultuous backdrop, bestselling author Taylor Caldwell spins a stirring tale of romance, suspense, and adventure in the grand tradition of Alexandre Dumas. Full of secret plots, passionate embraces, and angry mobs, The Arm and the Darkness is an admirable and convincing portrait of one of the most fascinating epochs in the history of Europe (The New York Times).

The Arm and the Darkness. For Taylor Caldwell's legions of fans, this novel provides her usual wealth of historical detail and finely drawn characters. THE CARDINAL LUSTED AFTER THE YOUNG QUEEN, AND ALL OF FRANCE KNEW IT!Taylor Caldwell's incomparable talent as a storyteller has never been more brilliantly revealed than in this thrilling novel of France in the time of the infamous Cardinal Richelieu and. The Earth Is the Lord's. The book covers the early life of the great conqueror, focusing primarily on characters: his stern and indomitable mother, the cy. The Devil's Advocate.

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Arm and darkness 3. Taylor Caldwell. ISBN 10: 0449236161 ISBN 13: 9780449236161. Publisher: Fawcett, 1982.

Find nearly any book by Taylor Caldwell (page 2). Get the . Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Captains and the Kings. ISBN 9780449230695 (978-0-449-23069-5) Softcover, Fawcett Publications, 1976. Learn More at LibraryThing. Taylor Caldwell at LibraryThing.

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I love Taylor Caldwell's stories. This one is about the plotting of the eradication of Huguenots from France in the 1500's by the vatican. Not her greatest written book; it was written early in her career, but the plot and storyline definitey have her hallmark style of storytelling. And that is what I like best. I'd much better read an historical novel than a history book.
Roram Roram
I read it years ago and could not put it down. Now I am totally absorbed by it. As I studied French in university, this historic novel is a delight. The condition is good, however, very old book.
Kiaile Kiaile
I read so many Taylor Caldwell books as a young teen, I thought my appetite for this kind of historical novel had been satiated. Thing is, this is the kind of novel only " She" could write. After turning my back on these types of romantic/historical/family sagas, like Woman of Substance, the Thornbirds, and of course every other fiction on the royal houses of Europe [Philappa Carr, Anya Seton], I voraciously consumed the classics, and then, feeling somewhat jaded,non-fiction histories and biographies. These Taylor Caldwell novels are truly in a class by themselves. This book The Arm and the Darkness is especially unique because the characters are not merely black and white caricatures, which was the major flaw I would find in some of her later writing. After rediscovering her novels well into middle age, I challenged myself to re-read some new and others remembered. I just wish I had been slightly older and more mature when I had first become acquainted with her writing.Just be aware that this book is very old, and I have already ordered two copies, one paperback which fell apart, and the hardback which was missing some relevant pages.
Broadraven Broadraven
AN OLD CLASSIC.
Stan Stan
This story has deep description and psychological profiles of members of the Catholic faith. There is wickedness, which while I know it existed, I found disturbing to read about in detail. It begs the question of how much is factual and how much is poetic license.
Kaim Kaim
Church History intrigues me and I always compare with what "was" with what is "now"! I have great HOPE for our
present Pope Francis!
Yozshugore Yozshugore
Book looked like hundreds of people had just read it. I haven't read it yet. Because to small print-worn etc.
Of course Taylor Caldwell will not disappoint me.
Caldwell sets this novel in 17th century France, when the persecutions of the French Protestant Huguenots is about to resume after a hiatus of tolerance. She offers her usual vivid portraits of characters, especially the wily Cardinal Richelieu, and a vivid depiction of the bitterness of the poverty of Paris peasants. The novel culminates in the dreadful siege of Rochelle, which led to the Huguenots' mass exodus to the New World, where they founded New Rochelle. Caldwell's usual flaws are evident here--why is everone so "inexorable," so bitter, so alientated, so all-or-nothing in their approach? Still, this novel is a highly entertaining account of this turbulent period in French history, and Caldwell's many fans won't be disappointed.