|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
It is incredibly well written, and the subject could not be more interesting.
This is the first Kindle book published by Ignatius Press I have purchased (and I have purchased many) that is riddled with typographical errors.
This fictional biography of Joan of Arc is Mark Twain's most uncharacteristic work.
Joan of Arc lived at a time in Europe when the most beautiful church architecture ever developed was in full swing. Read morePublished 23 hours ago by Sharelle Temaat
A sad historical account of Joan of Ark, but very compelling. I'm reading to the end and it's a big book.Published 14 days ago by Darlene
Though the book is long it is well written and should be well-known love it thank you mark Twain :)Published 28 days ago by g f2f eggs
I knew virtually nothing about Joan of Arc, other than the fact she was burned at the stake. This was a very good book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Hawks
Mark Twain does an excellent job of research and making the story of Joan of Arc come alive. He makes history come alive. I would highly recommend this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kory B
This is a must read for all History Buffs. Whether you believe in Saints, Angels, or Miracles...
no matter. Read more
A wonderful book! No wonder Mark Twain considered this his finest work!Published 2 months ago by A. Roberts