The Inquisition–Michael Baigent and Richard Leigh

I love history. I especially enjoy it when there’s blood and mayhem. I’m a sick person, I know this. But it’s only because I can disassociate from it all that I can read about the nitty gritty that is the worlds stories.

(Which is really bizarre because I just read a book about fake characters that really bothered me. And yet, the inquisitions don’t bug me.)

I like learning about the early inquisitions and where they all started, but by the time I got to the Spanish one and all the witch trials it got repetitive from other things I’ve read or heard and I skimmed the rest of the book.

If you are looking to learn more or you are just getting started with reading about these trials, then this is definitely a good book. Straight-forward and interesting.

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