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What Our Eyes Have Witnessed
     

What Our Eyes Have Witnessed

by Stant Litore
 

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Nothing is broken that cannot be remade,

Nothing is ill that cannot be healed,

Nothing captive that cannot be freed.

Regina endures a death-in-life as a sex slave in the Subura, the ancient world's most terrible ghetto -- until a strange man sees her suffering and gives her a coat, a new name, and a new life.

The man is Polycarp, and he has the

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Nothing is broken that cannot be remade,

Nothing is ill that cannot be healed,

Nothing captive that cannot be freed.

Regina endures a death-in-life as a sex slave in the Subura, the ancient world's most terrible ghetto -- until a strange man sees her suffering and gives her a coat, a new name, and a new life.

The man is Polycarp, and he has the Gift of gazing into the eyes of the hungry dead and granting them rest -- a Gift that comes at a terrible cost. And ancient Rome may burn him for it.

It is AD 96. Polycarp and Regina -- their faith and their love -- will be tested as they have never imagined. And their story will shake you to the heart.

"If I could write a one-word review, it would be Wow. I still can't get over the beautiful horror of Litore's writing. Regina was a breathtaking character who stole the show for me. Even as I write this review, my eyes mist over. Highly recommended." - Jennifer Bielman, Reading and Writing Urban Fantasy

"Gruesome and human and lyrical and horrible, The Zombie Bible is like nothing you have ever read. Once you're in, you'll stay." - S.G. Redling, author of Flowertown and Damocles

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781942458128
Publisher:
Westmarch Publishing
Publication date:
09/25/2015
Pages:
272
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.61(d)

Meet the Author

Stant Litore was born in the Pacific Northwest, but left his rural home at a young age, eventually earning his PhD in English. He spent several years in a dim corner of a library, repairing bruised and battered books, before heading overseas to backpack through Europe. Haunted by the hunger and poverty he witnessed at home and abroad, he began spinning stories about the hungers that devour us and the hopes that preserve us. Today he lives in Colorado with his wife and their two daughters, writing about the restless dead and the restless living. He avoids certain parts of the mountains during the dark of the moon.

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