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Garan of the Veneti

Garan of the Veneti is a fearless sea captain, whose home village is raided by wild Kurut tribesman. His beautiful young wife, Sorrenne, is missing.

Fearing that she may be dead, he sets out to find her, encountering many dangerous adventures on the way.

The greatest danger of all comes when he has to fight a Roman Champion in the Arena.

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Garan of the Veneti is a fearless sea captain, whose home village is raided by wild Kurut tribesman. His beautiful young wife, Sorrenne, is missing.

Fearing that she may be dead, he sets out to find her, encountering many dangerous adventures on the way.

The greatest danger of all comes when he has to fight a Roman Champion in the Arena.

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Imprint

Wordcatcher Publishing

Pages

248

MainBISAC

FICTION / Fantasy / Historical

PubDate

20191023

Series

Wordcatcher Historical Fiction

1 review for Garan of the Veneti

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    Jerry Lyons

    This multifaceted and action-packed novel, co-authored by Lionel Fanthorpe & Patricia Fanthorpe, has as its central characters the tough as teak warrior Garan and his breathtakingly beautiful Sorrenne. These two an item who simply will not countenance being separated for too long. Though the scourge of war might put their joy together on hold and facing almost insurmountable odds, all spellbindingly told by the book’s writers, the warrior and his princess are finally re-united. This narrative’s action segments surpass Alexander Cordell’s even at his best while its musings come close to those found on the pages of Herman Melville’s ‘Moby Dick’. Ultimately Lord Garan & Lady Sorrenne have been changed after all they have experienced…the heroine finds that hope itself burns like a beacon in the world of human affairs and her hero finds that the argument of force is far, far less desirable than the force of argument.

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