"The Temple Wall: Against All Odds" - Historical Novel Brings the Crusades to Life
By: Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC
Join these brave men as they leave their families behind, only to suffer hardship and fight fierce battles on their long journeys to the Middle East.
The historical novel "The Temple Wall: Against All Odds" follows the pilgrimages from Europe that aimed to defeat Muslims in Jerusalem during the 12th century, and in the 13th century, to recapture Edessa from the Muslims.
A son from both the first and third generations of the Jewish family joined the crusades despite the danger, as they tried to reach the remains of the Holy Temple that once stood in Jerusalem. Both men reached their goal, but one never made it home.
About the Author: Born in Germany, Alex Bloch lived many years in the U.S., where he received a BS from MIT and an MS from Columbia. His Ph.D. is in history from Tel-Aviv University. Now retired, the author settled in Israel some years ago. This is his ninth novel.
"Travel along with courageous men on a quest to reach the Holy Land during the Crusades. This remarkable story traces the paths of Jewish crusaders who were swept up in the monumental task of defeating a mighty foe. We are proud to be the publisher." – Robert Fletcher, CEO of Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Agency
THE TEMPLE WALL: AGAINST ALL ODDS (ISBN: 978-1-950860-