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The Children of the Grail

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The Children of the Grail

The Children of the Grail (German Die Kinder des Gral) is a historical novel published in 1996 and a series based on it written by Peter Berling.

  • The Children of the Grail (1996) (Die Kinder des Gral, 1991)
  • Blood of Kings (Das Blut der K├Ânige, 1993)
  • The Crown of the World (Die Krone der Welt, 1995)
  • The Black Chalice (Der Schwarze Kelch, 1997)
  • The Kelim of the Princess (Der Kelim der Prinzessin, 2004)

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