The Arawn Prophecy

The Arawn Prophecy

by C. David Belt

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Overview

Roman Britannia, 61 A.D. - Marcus Scribonius–a Christian convert of scarcely five years and an

Option in the Roman Army, second-in-command of a century of eighty men–has just survived a

horrific battle against Boudicca and her Celtic rebels. Although Roman casualties were

astonishingly light, one of those casualties was Marcus's beloved commander and mentor. Now

serving under the command of a new centurion–who, for reasons Marcus cannot comprehend,

already hates him–Marcus and his century are given a secret mission: an armed reconnaissance

mission deep into hostile territory to investigate the repeated manifestations of a Celtic

god–Arawn, Lord of the Dead.



Marcus possesses the Gift of Prophecy, although for the most part, he is unable to understand the

prophecies he transcribes onto his scroll. But he does understand two things–he will face Arawn,

and a great tribulation will come into his life. That tribulation arrives in the form of disturbing

young woman–Maelona, the slave of his new commander. Maelona frightens Marcus, because

she was once one of the terrifying Witches of Mona before she was captured, used, and enslaved.

However, a prophecy states that Marcus must protect her at all costs.



Along their march deep into Cambria (Wales), Marcus and his century camp near an ancient

circle of standing stones. During the night, one of the burial mounds near the stone circle opens,

and out of it crawls an ancient horror. And legionnaires begin to die.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781513643564
Publisher: Bentley Enterprises
Publication date: 12/06/2018
Pages: 412
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.92(d)

About the Author

C. David Belt was born in Evanston, WY. As a child, he lived and traveled extensively around the Far East. He served as an LDS missionary in South Korea and southern California (Korean-speaking). He graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and a minor in Aerospace Studies. He served as a B-52 pilot in the US Air Force and as an Air Weapons Controller in the Washington Air National Guard. When he is not writing, he sings in the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and works as a software engineer. He collects swords (mostly Scottish), axes, spears, and other medieval weapons and armor. He and his wife have six children and live in Utah with an eclectus parrot named Mork (who likes to jump on the keyboard when David is writing).

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