The Scourge by Roberto Calas

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God has forsaken this land.

A mysterious plague descends upon 14th century England, ravaging the country and trapping the souls of the afflicted in eternal madness. The feudal hierarchy--and even the church itself-- slowly crumbles as the dead rise to feed and the living seek whatever shelter they can. The bishops of England call for calm and obedience, but one man isn’t listening.

Sir Edward of Bodiam has been separated from the woman he loves and nothing on heaven or earth can stop him from seeking her out.

Edward and two of his knights travel through the swiftly changing landscape of England, a countryside now overrun by the minions of hell. The knights encounter madness, violence, and sorrow, but Edward fights his way ever deeper into the thickening darkness of unholy terror.

Roberto Calas brings you along on a dark, historical tale full of love, death, and black humor. Follow Edward as he journeys to save his wife, his kingdom, and his very soul.<!--END of real book description-->

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Roberto Calas is the author of The Scourge and The Beast of Maug Maurai. Roberto earned a degree in journalism from the University of Connecticut before working as a staff reporter for a large Connecticut daily, then as a freelance reporter for newspapers, including The Boston Globe. He left newspapers for magazines and was a writer and editor for several years, all the while honing his fiction writing skills.
Published November 13, 2012 by 47North. 353 pages
Genres: History, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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