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The Lion and the Lamb by John-Henry Clay
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The Lion and the Lamb

by John-Henry Clay

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Living in a hovel, beaten by a merciless commander, broken by the weather and forced to survive on starvation rations: no one looking at Paul would ever guess that he is heir to one of Roman Britain's wealthiest families. Yet Paul had his reasons for joining the army and fleeing the family he loves. But when rumours of a barbarian uprising from beyond the Wall begin to circulate, Paul realises that his family is in grave danger. With only former slave-gorl Eachna for company, Paul deserts the army, for which the penalty is death, and undertakes a hazardous journey across Britain where danger lurks round every corner.… (more)

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