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Labyrinth (Languedoc Trilogy, #1) July 2005 In The Pyrenees Mountains Near Carcassonne, Alice, A Volunteer At An Archaeological Dig, Stumbles Into A Cave And Makes A Startling Discovery Two Crumbling Skeletons, Strange Writings On The Walls, And The Pattern Of A Labyrinth Eight Hundred Years Earlier, On The Eve Of A Brutal Crusade That Will Rip Apart Southern France, A Young Woman Named Alais Is Given A Ring And A Mysterious Book For Safekeeping By Her Father The Book, He Says, Contains The Secret Of The True Grail, And The Ring, Inscribed With A Labyrinth, Will Identify A Guardian Of The Grail Now, As Crusading Armies Gather Outside The City Walls Of Carcassonne, It Will Take A Tremendous Sacrifice To Keep The Secret Of The Labyrinth Safe.


10 thoughts on “Labyrinth (Languedoc Trilogy, #1)

  1. says:

    As I was reading this I greatly disliked it at some times and was really into it at other times It was hard to get into, but overa


  2. says:

    Book Review3.5 of 5 stars to Labyrinth, the first book in a three part series entitled Languedoc, written in 2005 by Kate Mosse I enjoyed th


  3. says:

    For a long time, The Da Vinci Code put me right off books about the Cathars or the Holy Grail, so I was hesitant to pick up Kate Mosse s book Still, I


  4. says:

    Oh the inner turmoil Did I enjoy Labyrinth by Kate Mosse or not Hold on what Kate Moss the supermodel lady has written a book No, Kate Mosse the author, not THE


  5. says:

    I ve read a lot of books on the Holy Grail in my time some may say an obsessive amount, I prefer to think of myself as thorough from Le Morte D Arthur to The Da Vinci Cod


  6. says:

    This pulled at me and repulsed me simultaneously As a medievalist and amateur historian, I was addicted to learning how Mosse laid out this Grail fantasy She treats the Cathar subj


  7. says:

    2.5 stars From the start I had a love hate relationship with this book One minute I was excited the next I was bored out of my mind.Review athttps edwardsghostengine.wordpress.


  8. says:

    I read this book some time ago, and have recently been reminded of its sorry existence by the fact that a dramatisation is due to be screened in the not so distant future Personally, I am proud of hav


  9. says:

    This was a bed time read the time when I will read things I otherwise may not In this case historical fiction in the guise of yet another yawn grail quest All these medieval storytellers Chretien de Troyes yes


  10. says:

    Most of the other reviewers have compared Kate Mosse s Labyrinth favorably to The Da Vinci Code I didn t read The Da Vinci Code, but given that it was impossible to avoid or ignore, I understand both books tackle some si


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