The Last Stoic
by Morgan Wade
Publisher: Smashwords 2012
Number of pages: 254
The Last Stoic is a story about appetite and fear, both modern and ancient. Half of the story's narrative occurs in the time and place of the ancient Roman Empire; the other half occurs in the present-day United States, alternating from chapter to chapter.
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