He was an unbeliever and a pagan soldier, she was a Christian and of exotic beauty. He decides he must have her as his concubine, but she is intent on living a pure life. Brought together during Emperor Nero’s reign of terror, whose world would survive? Also included are thought-provoking discussion questions to help the reader get the most out of the story. Includes 17 illustrations by Jan Styka from the 1905 edition published by Thomas Crowell. 2000 paperback. 626 pages. Published by Focus on the Family / Tyndale.
Not recommended for children under the age of 14. This book contains graphic portrayal of the persecution of Christians.