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The Forge of Christendom: The End of Days and the Epic Rise of the West

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  • Posted August 3, 2009

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    Fascinating History of a Forgotten Period

    Thoroughly enjoyed reading this history. Although I knew some of the period's highlights, Mr. Holland did an excellent job in tying together all the disparate, yet interrelated trends of that era.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 11, 2009

    The Forge of Christendom

    I originally read The Forge of Christianity when I saw it displayed at the public library. I have a special interest in this time period and thought it might be a good read. It was not only a "good read" I learned so many things about that time period, that I wanted to buy a copy so that I could reread it and note the pages that were of particular interest, something that can't be done with a public library book.

    I read Hollands other two books and I again, learned a great deal about subjects that I didn't know as much about. The author is definitely a scholar who researches his material thoroughly.

    I am glad that I saw the display at the public library of The Forge of Christianity, and that I read it, and I that could buy a copy. Barnes and Nobles did not have it in stock but they quickly ordered the book for me. I suggested they get more copies of the book because I will recommend the book to friends.

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