#1 Best-Selling Catholic Fiction Novel on Sale Today at Amazon

April 23 marks the feast of Saint George and to celebrate I’ve asked amazon.com to mark down my #1 Best-Selling historical fiction novel on Saint George title Sword and Serpent: A Retelling of Saint George and the Dragon.

Sword and Serpent has been the best-selling Catholic fiction novel of the last couple years:

Sword and Serpent

The story begins in AD 299 with an orphaned young man (the future Saint George) who begins a laborious journey with his sister to Rome. Along the way he meets figures such as Saint Christopher, Saint Blaise, Saint Nicholas, and others. The story climaxes with a mysterious encounter with an intellectual Dragon – but in a way that you may not be able to imagine yet. Let is suffice to say that it plays into the Catholic tradition of demonic apparitions…

Book Trailer for Sword and Serpent on Youtube:

Here’s one readers review of the novel:

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Today only you can receive Sword and Serpent on sale for only:

Sword and Serpent is part of a 3 Volume Series and the second installment is also a best-seller and available for sale today as well. Part 2, title The Tenth Region of the Night is on sale for:

Sword and Tenth Region on wood

You can also read Father Dwight Longenecker’s glowing review of Sword and Serpent by clicking here.

Please explore the reviews for the Sword and Serpent to discover what people are saying about this new edition of Catholic historical-fiction: Read Reviews of Sword and Serpent.

Happy Feast Day of Saint George!!!

Dr. Taylor Marshall

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