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Gideon's Passage

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From Australian author Ben Laffra comes a new historical action novel:

Gideon the Warrior, the Lover, the Statesman.

Killing is the sole province of the religious fanatics, an axiom as true today as it was some five hundred years ago; and no nation, region or person is immune. Europe had clawed its way out of the Middle Ages with the dawning of the renaissance, only to be
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Kindle Edition, 435 pages
Published October 10th 2016 by Optimus Maximus Publishing, LLC
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Yvonne Davies
Jan 30, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Being a fan of Horror, I have purchased a lot of books from Optimus Maximus Publishing and can always guarantee a good read. Knowing that the publishers always sign great authors I purchased Gideon’s Passage without hesitation. Not having read much historical fiction, I did not know what to expect, however I was up for the challenge.
We are first introduced to Gideon Roland de Boyne when he is studying at the University City of Orleans in France, a son of a renowned business man, he was a man of
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Patricia
Oct 18, 2016 rated it it was amazing


Let me tell you this when I first started this book I was daunted by the fact that it had 74 chapters in it, I thought that it was going to take me a month of Sundays to read . Well it didn't, once I started I couldn't put the book down, the pages turned themselves , I got lost in the pages and transported back to a time where there were strong women and men could get along with each other and treated each other as equals . The book takes place in the 16th century , Europe is just coming out of
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