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Christine Flanagan Christine Flanagan from Centreville wrote on March 7, 2024 at 2:42 am
John, Apparently a miracle has occurred and Spencer is working on a Sci-Fi short story with an online co-writer at Uni in UK. (I’m prepping for the apocalypse.) But…the premise is both interesting and somewhat original. Spencer expressed a desire to pick your creative writing brain, but didn’t know how to contact you. Since I have infinitely more free time than he does, I agreed to take on that task. If you can spare a couple of hours, the Flanagans would be thrilled. Spencer can be reached at Best, Christine
Can Elkatmis Can Elkatmis from Bothell, WA wrote on January 22, 2024 at 12:29 pm
I do not know why but, I was obsessively reading about the Crusades for the last couple of months, especially the time frame that Saladin impacted. After this obsession I took a DNA test and found out that I have Levantine heritage! I finished the first book and planning to start the second novel right away. Jack you did a very good job portraying the story depending on the historical facts.
Christian Peter Christian Peter from Dubai wrote on June 19, 2021 at 6:18 am
Have recently started reading the Saladin Trilogy for the third time, I don’t posses the vocabulary to describe how powerfully the characters a d events have been depicted. I’ve often told my wife, one of the first film directors from the UAE, that the Trilogy needs to be adapted into a series in a similar vein to Rome……inshallah one day she’ll have the notoriety to validate contacting you for a collaboration. Thank you for a spectacular series and will certainly delve into Seige shortly!
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Shmule Goldberg Shmule Goldberg from NY wrote on December 29, 2018 at 11:43 am
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peter gardner peter gardner from WOKING wrote on November 22, 2018 at 2:20 am
I have enjoyed reading Kingdom and look forward to reading your other books. However i do not understand how you can tell the detail of the battle in 1176 at Tell Al Sultan as a complete surprise when any Army commander would have had scouts around the Army looking for the enemy and guarding against surprise attacks especially in unguarded moments. This i am afraid to me seems to be badly described, i can not believe this of a commander of Saladin's quality
Naved Zahir Naved Zahir from Patna, India wrote on October 26, 2018 at 1:10 pm
i have been an ardent lover of Mr Harold Lamb's works. Now am relishing the extremely balanced books you have penned. Am looking forward to more from on the lesser spoken heroes of The Crusades. How abt on the intriguing character of Baibars or the setup/ network that operated as Assassins (Hashish addicts) used by Shia rebels for eliminating both, Crusaders and Sunni commanders of those days. Was it a move to thwart the mobilisation and unification? There are equally interesting historical issues/ people in India to write volumes on. Think over it please. and pls revert
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Stefan de Vries Stefan de Vries from Lelystad wrote on September 1, 2017 at 5:38 am
Hello Jack. It has been a while since your last book, do you have an update for me when a new book is coming out?? I'm a big fan.
Peter Wells Peter Wells from Wellington, New Zealand wrote on July 15, 2017 at 10:03 pm
Hello Jack. Have just started reading the third book in your Saladin (Salah ad-Din) series. Wanted to let you know how much I am enjoying this story and the first two volumes in this series. I also recently read "Siege" and thoroughly enjoyed that as well, thank you. I have read much in previous years of the Siege of Malta and am aware of how, over a 100 year period, this links events of 1453 with those of 1565. Had you thought about writing about the Knights of St John and their stand on the island of Malta. Wishing you all the best and thanks for your books. Peter New Zealand
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Gloria Ryan Gloria Ryan from Port Macquarie wrote on June 28, 2016 at 2:47 pm
Just finished reading The Saladin Trilogy and thoroughly enjoyed it. I often feel that if children in school read your books they would enjoy history more than ever. Thanks once again for the pleasure.
Bruce Smith Bruce Smith from Victoria BC wrote on April 26, 2016 at 3:59 pm
I read 'a Warrior is born some time ago but can't seem to find the next two books in the Trilogy anywhere in Victoria or through a Canadian books store?
Henry Neville Henry Neville from Hervey Bay wrote on January 2, 2016 at 12:33 am
I've just finished reading 'Siege' and thoroughly enjoyed it. I'm now looking forward to reading your other novels.
Admin Reply by: Jack
Thanks for writing, Henry! I'm so glad you enjoyed SIEGE. I hope you enjoy The Saladin Trilogy just as much. Best, Jack
wrote on October 24, 2014 at 6:59 pm
Thank you all for writing. The Saladin Trilogy was a great pleasure to write. I'm so glad that you have all enjoyed it. As for translations: the entire trilogy is being translated into Turkish, Dutch, and Italian. I'm not certain of the exact release dates, but the books should be coming soon. Cheers, Jack
Stefano Carrara Stefano Carrara from Italy wrote on October 15, 2014 at 3:26 pm
Hello! I read the first volume of the Saladin Trilogy and i have to say..WOW!! I found it fantastic, probably in my top 5 book I've read. I really enjoyed how the historical accuracy mixed with a breathtaking plot. I lent the book to my father (who is a fan of this genre of book far more than I am) and he was enthusiastic about that. My only question is: are we going to see the italian translations of the other two volumes of the trylogy in the very next future? Hope to see your work in italian bookstore soon!
Osmam Osmam wrote on September 15, 2014 at 6:36 pm
Hello. I read your book(eagle). I like it so I suggested it to my friends too. I want to read 2nd and 3rd books. But I cannot find their turkish translation. I also want to read your book about Costantinople siege. But I cannot find its turkish translation too. I am searching for like 5-6 months. Did someone translate them? Or are they being translated? I am waiting for you answer. Thanks 🙂 I wrote my e mail address. Mail me please:)
Stefan de Vries Stefan de Vries from Netherlands wrote on September 15, 2014 at 10:59 am
I loved the trilogy, from the first chapter in book 1 till the last chapter of book 3, I enjoyed every page, I could not put down the book, please keep writing and I will definately keep reading your work. Thank you,
Tom Jacobs Tom Jacobs wrote on July 26, 2014 at 1:53 pm
Thanks for the Saladin trilogy! I just finished the 3rd book yesterday and would definitely like to read more historical fiction of the same quality. If you keep writing I promise to keep reading 🙂