The author has a definite way with words that other authors would do well to learn from.
Excellent book. Enjoyed.
This book is-how should I describe it?-strong and compelling. It takes a daring look at the story behind the story.
Remarkably well researched and often fascinating,
Titus is a brilliant attorney who solves unsolvable mysteries. Then he meets the Apostle Paul and becomes a Christian.
Corinth—full of wild sailors, temple prostitutes, wealthy investors. Crete—infamous for pirates, slave auctions, earthquakes. Dalmatia—with its barbarians, undead, and evil dragons.
Titus is an aristocrat, born of privilege, surrounded by luxury in the family palatio, and graduate of the university at Pergamum. His father is the supreme judge of Antioch and Flamin of Apollo, while his mother is Flaminica of Apollo’s Muses.
His ambition is to become important like his father and qualify for the purple border on his own white toga.
His career spirals upward as he defends his clients and solves crimes.
Then he meets the apostle Paul and becomes a Christian. Paul sends him to places where he does not fit in to use his unique talent as arbitrate between arch enemies and impossible situations.
What does aristocrat Titus endure to carry out the apostle’s assignments?