Gratidia by Mr. Juan Carlos Morales
Ancient Rome Historical Novel

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In the historical context of ancient Rome, Gratidia began to write when she was full of dreams and filled many rolls of papyrus with fragments of her life while growing up and becoming a beautiful young woman. Her sentences reflect love, innocence and the events that determined the fate of Rome. She was witness of the strong presence of militia colossi like Gaius Marius and Sulla. However, the most important is that her words denounce the heinous crime of Lucius Sergius Catiline. You better judge by yourselves what has happened. Read and come to know and understand Gratidia. Live with her the moments of her life, as ephemeral as a white rose, because doing so you fulfill the desire that motivated Gratidia to share her lines: transcend beyond her existence.

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Published July 22, 2011 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 242 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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