Or order the book at here (paperback) or here (e-book). (The site is in Dutch, but if you scroll down the page, you can choose a different language (English or German) at the bottom of the page. That will probably send you to a completely different page, but there will be a link back to the book on the right of the page, ‘recently viewed products’).
I recommend this for everyone to read – that should say enough.
Ye Gode Boke of Knightly Conduct is an unequalled, revealing but above all enlightening look into the unusual public and private life and teachings of Sir Diederic of the noble House of Mal a la Tête, told from the point of view of Arnout, his in all likelihood well-meaning, adorable puppy – ahem – squire. This_magnificent work bears the approval of the Imperial Family, not to mention Sir Diederic’s esteemed parents. Despite this honour it has been suggested that Sir Diederic had better never discover the content of this labour of love meant to educate the masses – or Arnout will have to take these lessons to heart and run for the hills for survival. Or get Ritsaart on his side.
Egidius of ‘A Bene Placito’
Truer words were never written.
The Duke and Duchess of Grand Migraine
If this book sells, I’ll sue.
James of Cyprus