Curse of Venus

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Authors: Heather Poinsett Dunbar and Christopher Dunbar
Edited by: Ruth Davis Hays, Sarah E. Aalderink
Artists: Khanada Taylor, Dayna Hartley
Release Date: 2013-12-01
Cover Price ($USD): $17.99
Paperback ISBN-13: 978-1-937341-30-5
Pages: 396
BISAC Code [Genres]: FIC009020 [Fiction : Fantasy – Epic];
FIC009000 [Fiction : Fantasy – General];
FIC009030 [Fiction : Fantasy – Historical]
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The Strigoi, the Cursed of Venus, have spread through the Holy Roman Empire, and parts beyond, like a plague. In response, Pope Leo III takes advantage of the scourge to settle an old score with the man he placed on the throne: Charlemagne. The pope leads the papal army into the heart of the empire and demands sovereignty over what he believes is a papal matter.

Charlemagne disagrees, and soon papal and imperial forces stand face-to-face across the field of battle. Will their bitter rivalry send the Empire further into chaos and destruction, or will their Deargh Du “angels” save them from themselves and from Venus’ Cursed?

Continue the journey… the fourth in a series of stories revolving around the Deargh Du through the ages.

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