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The Fabulist by John Vornholt
"I HAD NEVER MET A GOD PERSONALLY UNTIL THAT FATEFUL DAY IN THE SUMMER OF 565 B.C."

And so it begins...
The epic story of Aesop--an ugly, mute slave delivered from wretchedness by the gods and blessed with a wondrous voice...The tale of a most unlikely adventurer, dispatched to far and perilous realms to battle impossible beasts and terrible magicks.

And so it begins...
The magnificent saga of a poet, journeyer, actor, lover, acrobat, riddler and teller of truths who topples feared despots and invincible armies with the quickness of his tongue and the sharpness of his wit. But the price of Aesop's miraculous talents is an unavoidable destiny--and an impending doom that even the divine hands of Apollo and Isis may be powerless to restrain.

And so it begins.
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