Etruscans

Etruscans

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In the early days of the Roman Empire, as the Romans are expanding their rule and the noble Etruscan civilization in Italy is waning, a young Etruscan noblewoman is violated by a renegade supernatural being. Accidentally impregnated, she bears a child who is partly supernatural and grows to manhood in only six years. Separated from his mother, he travels to Rome and is adopted by a businessman as his son. His name is changed to Horatius. But all the while, his demon father is seeking him in order to kill him, for Horatius is a conduit through which the demon might be found and magically destroyed. Etruscans is epic, magical fantasy on a par with David Drake's Lord of the Isles series.
Publisher: New York : Tor, 2000.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780312866273
0312866275
Branch Call Number: LLYW
Characteristics: 334p. 24cm.
Additional Contributors: Scott, Michael 1959-

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