Ivanhoe Scott, Walter Sir, 1771-1832

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Scott, Walter Sir, 1771-1832
Great Britain -- History -- Richard I, 1189-1199 -- Fiction; Knights and knighthood -- Fiction; Historical fiction
Ivanhoe follows the life of a 12th-century Saxon knight, Ivanhoe, who is disowned by his father after pledging his loyalty to Richard the Lionheart of England. Ivanhoe falls in love with Lady Rowena, a princess, and sets out on a mythic quest to prove his worth. Along the way he encounters a host of legendary characters, including Robin Hood and the Knights Templar. Will the young knight survive to win the heart of Lady Rowena? Ivanhoe is an epic tale of adventure, love, and bravery against all odds. It is a welcomed addition to Momentum's Classic Romance series. "Caught at the right age, or in the right mood, it is hard to imagine a reader finding any book more exciting or more delightful ... a wonder of suspense." - A.N. Wilson.
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