Swords of Artaius

Swords of Artaius

by William H. Russeth

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Overview

Set in ancient Gaul 200 years before the Roman conquest, "Swords of Artaius" is a thrilling, fast moving adventure with mythological overtones and a strong element of romance. The fates of two desperate souls collide who find themselves clinging together in the face of a massive invasion of barbarous tribes led by the dreadful chieftain, Morga Raven Wings.

As they run for their lives, they watch the invading horde sweep through Celtica behind them, scourging the land and ravaging the impregnable fortress, Lugdunum. They find solace in each other's arms, believing each night together will be their last. Artaius, cursed with episodes of unbridled anger, finds inner peace and relief from the demons that haunt him with Lughin's affection. Trapped in the Brigantes stockade, the last bastion of protection, the only thing standing between them and annihilation is the bear-like trance and rage of Artaius the Bear.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781613099025
Publisher: Wings ePress, Inc.
Publication date: 07/17/2016
Pages: 286
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

The author's fascination with the ancient world and mythology started as far back as he can remember, feasting on the stories of Jason, Achilles, Odysseus, Beowulf, Sigurd,and Arthur,. As he grew up, his interest spread to the real heroes like, Leonidas, Alexander, and Hannibal.

After earning Liberal Arts degrees in Painting, History, and Journalism, he embarked on a thirty year career in marketing management with a Fortune 500 company. Now he spends his time writing novels inspired by myth, but set in history, resulting in larger than life adventure.

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jtokc More than 1 year ago
A story of the "Bear," Artaius, whose life is fraught with his passion for combat and his love for a woman. Caught up in a struggle between two peoples, Artaius and his love grasp at love while fleeing Morgana, the enemy. At last it culminates in battle, which determines the fate of the Bear and the woman he loves. It is a fast-moving tale, well-written, which holds your attention and keeps you guessing all through the book. I recommend it for those who love adventure.