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In the mythical Middle Ages, the eastern desert sand drank a lot of blood. The blood of Christians who came to win the Holy Sepulchre through the Crusades. The blood of Muslims fighting in the Jihad. Two worlds, two peoples, two sides of the same coin, the ‘holy war’… But what if gods and demons had actually decided to join the conflict? Xavier and Dufaux lead us into a spellbinding sarabande, a dance to the rhythm of the crash of scimitars and the echoes of myth….