Voluptas

Voluptas

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by Jonathan Shane O'Brien
     
 
Ages ago Roman soldiers were brought in bondage to the far East and left to start their lives anew. From this distant corner of the ancient world comes the story of a people long since forgotten...

Vincent Cincinnatus is a member of the Equites, sworn protectors of the last vestiges of Roman law passed on in his culture. When murderers tear the fabric of the kingdom

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Ages ago Roman soldiers were brought in bondage to the far East and left to start their lives anew. From this distant corner of the ancient world comes the story of a people long since forgotten...

Vincent Cincinnatus is a member of the Equites, sworn protectors of the last vestiges of Roman law passed on in his culture. When murderers tear the fabric of the kingdom apart and a mysterious cult infects the hearts of the people, Vincent must find the courage to face not only his enemies, but a dark and shameful past.

A gripping novel full of passion! Voluptas tells of the redemption of a man amidst heartbreak, loss and hard trials.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780982188200
Publisher:
Dalcassian
Publication date:
11/01/2008
Pages:
284
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range:
16 Years

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"Ages ago Roman soldiers were brought in bondage to the far East and left to start their lives anew. From this distant corner of the ancient world comes the story of a people long since forgotten¿

Vincent Cincinnatus is a member of the Equites, sworn protectors of the last vestiges of Roman law passed on in his culture. When murderers tear the fabric of the kingdom apart and a mysterious sickness plagues the land, Vincent must find the courage to face not only his enemies, but a dark and shameful past.

A gripping novel full of passion! Voluptas brings to life both the vivid faults and wild heroism of its characters!"