“A Man’s Search For Truth”


A Soldier’s Journey

Book Lucius


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Full Book synopsis/summary:

Lucius is a soldier from Rome. Lucius is a man of renown from a family whose military lineage is as old as Rome itself. He is loyal to Caesar, a part of the iron fist that imposes Caesar’s will.

Lucius is conflicted. On the one hand, he serves Caesar. On the other hand, he loathes the power lust of an empire whose concept of peace always leaves another war to fight.

Then there is the father of Lucius: a father who was taken from him early in his life, yet in such a short time, imputed into his son concepts that were anything but Roman – his hatred of slavery and his view that people were to be heard and respected rather than ruled. These concepts would forever forge the character of young Lucius.

Lucius, now an old soldier, seeks truth but wonders if it exists. But then comes the fateful reassignment, which would put him on a collision course with the one who is the truth.


1. A slave will never love his master.
2. People are to be governed with an open hand, rather than ruled with an iron fist.
3. The Teacher is no mere mortal.

Book Lucius

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