The Centurion's Empire by Sean McMullen

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Travel from Imperial Rome to the twenty-first century with the world's only human-powered time machineVitellan the Centurion is cursed with the gift of time travel. In 1358 he stood with a few dozen warriors against nine thousand peasants and earned a love that would conquer death. But when a renegade priest steals Vitellan's secret to cheat the Last Judgment, the Centurion's plunge through time continued on, and thus began a race through the ages. When Vitellan finally awakens in the twenty-first century, he is no longer in his own body, and a deadly enemy from the past is closing in. Can he adapt to this brave new world and survive a hate that has pursued him across time?

About Sean McMullen

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Sean McMullen is one of Australia s leading SF and fantasy authors, with fourteen books and sixty stories published, for which he has won over a dozen awards. His most recent novels are The Ancient Hero (2004) and Voidfarer (2006). When not writing Sean is a computer training manager, and when not at a keyboard he is a karate instructor.
Published June 1, 1998 by Tor Books. 383 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Time-hopping, episodic first US appearance for Australia resident McMullen.

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