ROMAN CHILDREN TREMBLE in their beds as their mothers tell them stories of Medusa, the Hundred-Handed Ones, and the War of the Titans. They pray that the Fates have woven a long skein for them, free from encounters with the Minotaur and Cerberus. Little do they know that things more horrible than the creatures of myth and lege... [Klicken Sie hier für weiteres]
AS ROME’S INFLUENCE SPREADS across the known world, so too spreads the worship of its gods. Roman leaders know that converting the people of conquered regions to the state religion makes them easier to control. But some gods have been worshipped longer than Rome has existed, and their supplicants won’t easily change allegiances.
Shadows and Steel
They watch...from the salons of the rich to the darkest corners of the tenements, the city plays host to countless organisations, each with their own agenda, battling in a shadow war for supremacy beneath the cover of the smog-filled streets.
These groups range from the ancient to the new, from political activists to cultists worshipping dark gods. Their members are from all... [Klicken Sie hier für weiteres]