The author captivates readers with his book and its biblical allusions, compelling them to turn pages up to the end.

San Diego, CA – WEBWIRE

This compelling, fast-paced, and thrilling biblical fiction will pique readers interests with every page turn.

The historical biblical fiction Lucius: A Soldiers Journey by Rev. Michael H. Lavery will be displayed by self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. The literary festival will take place on April 22-23, 2023, at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA.

Lucious is a gripping story of self-discovery and loyalty, telling how life can take unexpected turns. It follows the life of an old Roman soldier named Lucius. Lucius is a well-known man who comes from a family with a long history in the Roman military.

He has sworn allegiance to Caesar and serves as an enforcer of the Emperors will. Conflicted feelings are plaguing Lucius; he is Caesars loyal servant but despises the imperial ambition, which concept of peace always leaves another war to fight.

Early in Luciuss life, his father was taken away from him, having left him with ideas that were not Roman, like his dislike of slavery and his belief that people should be heard and respected. These concepts would shape his character and put him on a collision course with the one who is telling the truth.

Reverend Michael H. Lavery paints a picture that is nothing short of masterful within the pages of his signature book.

Want to read more of this story? Get a copy of Lucius: A Soldiers Journey by Rev. Michael H. Lavery on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Also, make sure to visit the ReadersMagnet exhibit at booth #225 at the Los Angeles Times Festivals of Books to check out the books display.

Lucius: A Soldiers Journey
Author | Rev. Michael H. Lavery
Genre | Biblical Fiction
Publisher | Christian Faith Publishing
Published date | September 15, 2022

Rev. Michael H. Lavery is a 1979 graduate of Midwestern Baptist College. He is currently pastoring Tabernacle Baptist Church in Maywood, Illinois, where he has served for the past 42 years up until today.