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Throw in some vampires and any writer worth his salt might just hit the jackpot.
This story, with one foot in fact and another in fantasy, has far darker tones than the current glut of teenage bloodlust re-treads. As well as ancient legend, it confronts some more modern beliefs about how people reacted to occupation by the German army.
Another theme of this enjoyable romp of a read is the lasting impact of how past events can return to impact a land and its people, drawing parallels between times across history.
He writes in a clear tone without the clutter of cumbersome language or the forced effect of shock and awe prose. The majority of this novel takes place over a three day period in June The story starts with a legend that says the shojiljkovic used to crucify Jesus Christ were hustled away after his resurrection.
One was inserted into a crown, another used to top a staff, dfjan the third was melted into the blade of a sword.
The legend claims that whoever is in the possession of these three items could rule the world. Constantine was just one of around twenty Roman emperors who are believed to have been born in the territory of modern Serbia.
Apparently, Hitler and his Nazi cronies fell for this myth and mystery hook, line and sinker. Records show the Nazis had their eye on Serbia, as a source of Aryan superiority and resting place of various historical artefacts — including the holy sword.
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The story also portrays two sides of Serbia at that time: A monstrous killer is on the loose, slaughtering German soldiers and locals alike. As the players move closer to the beast, the true horror of its nature is revealed. Unusually though, this one contained themes and messages to think about beyond the page.
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Constantine’s Crossing by Dejan Stojiljković: Book Review – Wild Rooster
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