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The title of this book is a bit of a mouthful, but it’s about how the medieval world reacted to the birth of women.

Written by a young woman named Margaret, it is set in the twelfth century, during the Crusades, when a number of female characters are featured. 

Margaret is the main character and is depicted as being very much of the “good” side of the male-dominated world. 

The story revolves around a group of girls who, after some minor skirmishes with men, are granted the opportunity to marry and have children. 

But in the process, they’re attacked by a man called the Bastard of St Patrick, who kills them all.

Margaret, who has just given birth, is left to raise her daughter, Jane. 

Jane is then left with her uncle, King John, who believes that she is the rightful mother of Jane, and that she can’t possibly be the rightful wife of Jane’s uncle. 

It’s a long, complicated story, and Margaret has to deal with a lot of emotional and psychological fallout from it. 

In the end, Jane wins. 

She has a son, named John the King. 

And now that Margaret has given birth to Jane, Margaret is determined to give her child to the man who killed her, the Bastard. 

So, Jane is sent on an epic quest across the land to seek out and kill the Bastard, but she is caught in a bind, because of the law of supply and demand. 

Her attempts to find out who the Bastard is ultimately lead her to the heart of the medieval Church. 

There’s a very specific story line in Margaret’s novel that is central to the story. 

On her quest, Margaret encounters a group called the “Holy Orders of the Virgin Mary”, who are part of the Catholic Church. 

 This group of nuns, along with a number on the other side of town, is led by the Sister who is the daughter of a nun. 

One of the nuns is called The Mother Superior. 

This is a woman named Mary, who is an expert on all things related to the Virgin. 

When Margaret meets her, Mary is very interested in her, and offers Margaret the position of “Sister Superior”. 

Margaretta, on the side of Mary, is willing to accept the position, but is scared to death of what it means. 

Mary also seems to know Margaret’s past and how much Margaret has suffered for her son. 

Eventually, Margaret and The Mother go to meet Mary and The Sister Superior. 

 And, while they are there, they are pushed aside by the King of England, who wants Margaret to leave and go to France. 

Once in France, Margaret is told that she cannot continue to live with The Sister, as she has been “caught in the net of the Templars”. 

The Templars are a secretive group of Catholic priests who rule over the Catholic church in the world.

The Templars have a huge following in the medieval world, and it is clear that they are a threat to Margaret’s career. 

After Margaret leaves, Mary is asked by The Mother to take Margaret back to England, and she agrees. 

However, the King has been forced to grant Margaret’s request, because the Templers are not allowed to marry in England. 

What happens next is not clear. 

Although Margaret is allowed to live in England until the end of the century, she is not allowed to go to her father’s grave, and is forced to spend her time studying the occult and taking her children to the Catholic church. 

As Margaret gets older, she realises that the Templar cult is far more powerful than she could have imagined. 

They control the world, and they control her, Margaret. 

Because of her knowledge, Margaret has the power to help the Templares defeat The Templar, and become the new Queen of England. 

 The story is told in a series of flashbacks. 

During one of these flashbacks, Margaret meets a young boy named John, and learns about his mother’s relationship with The Templar. 

He also learns that The Templar are the true rulers of the world and that they have kidnapped Margaret.

Margaret then finds a letter written by Margaret to her mother that reveals that Margaret is a Templar, who was a young girl. 

Now, Margaret’s family is divided among her brothers and brother-in-law. 

John then comes to Margaret’s defence against The Templar and is able to kill The Templar in the fight for Margaret’s freedom. 

At the end of the book, Marg