All Roads Lead to Rome

All Roads Lead to Rome

eBook - 2014
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Nothing will ever be the same again. After the unfortunate events that took place in Britain, Jacob Hunter is no longer certain of many things, but this ill-fated truth is one he understands implicitly. Having spent months battling his addiction to the all-powerful blue orb, a device capable of traveling through time but equally adept at breaking a man's mind, Jacob has finally succumbed to it. Once aided by loyal companions and the woman he loves, Jacob has abandoned everyone he has ever trusted, his mind warped by the orb's influence. However, recently given new clues concerning the orb's potential, Jacob departs for Rome, where he now knows a second orb lay hidden, waiting to be reunited with the orb he already possesses. Accompanied only by Rome's manipulative empress, Agrippina the Younger, the pair journey to Rome where they hope to discover the secret to the orb's power, but a destructive truth lies behind what they seek, one he may not be fully prepared to combat. . .But Jacob is not the only one about to embark on a daring quest. Having been abandoned and left without direction in the hinterlands of ancient Britain, Jacob's sister, Diana, must find it in herself to rally Jacob's jilted friends and corral an enraged Helena, the woman he loves, who carries her own mysterious secret after her life was miraculously saved at the brink of death. Unprepared for the responsibility suddenly thrust on her by her brother's disappearance, Diana still understands one thing. Her brother's mind is not his own, nor is he the only individual capable of wielding the orb's power. She too has this ability, and she knows Jacob all too well. Clouded and perverted though his mind may be, she knows Jacob will do everything he can to find it, even if that means he must sacrifice his own life. . . --Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Edward Crichton, 2014.
ISBN: 9781310535796
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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