That's 153 words, and if you took off the three glowing review-quotes the back cover has space for the same amount again. I think you should at least be aiming for the 150 word count mark (and, given that most likely
1517; Martin Luther nails his 95 theses, demanding reform of the Catholic Church, to the door of the cathedral church in Wittenberg, setting off the period of upheaval, war, civil war and violence we now know as the Reformation.
In this age devastated by the wars of religion, a young theology student adopts the cause of the heretics and the disinherited. Across the chessboard of Europe, from the German plains to the flourishing Dutch cities and down to Venice, the gateway to the East, our hero, a "Survivor", a radical Protestant Anabaptist who goes under many names, and his enemy, Q, a Papal informer and heretic-hunter, play a game in which no moves are forbidden and the true size of the stakes remain hidden to the end. What begins as a struggle to reveal each other's identities eventually becomes part of a much greater mission: to destroy and achieve domination over each other.