From the popular Louis de Wohl Series of historical novels about the saints, published by Ignatius Press. Seriously wounded at the siege of Pamplona in 1521, Don Inigo de Loyola learned that to be a Knight of God was an infinitely greater honor (and infinitely more dangerous) then to be a Knight in the forces of the Emperor. Uli von der Flue, humorous, intelligent and courageous Swiss mercenary, was responsible for the canon shot which incapacitated the worldly and ambitious young nobleman, and Uli became deeply involved in Loyola's life. Through Uli's eyes we see the surge and violence of the turbulent period in Jerusalem, Spain, and Rome. Recommended for grade 10. 2001, Ignatius Press. 315 pp.