When the Great Fire shatters a young Roman’s world, he infiltrates the early Church with a mission to capture the Apostle Paul. It's 64 A.D. and Maximus has spent his whole life yearning for greatness. As a soldier and Roman nobleman, he climbs the ranks until hopes are dashed by life-altering events. Now with Emperor Nero intent on crushing Paulus and a mysterious group called The Way, Maximus has his final chance to rise again and receive the reward from the Emperor. But everything hinges on one question: what if The Way is right?

 

Maximus: The Quest for Greatness is an adventure-filled novel that brings the sweeping drama of first century Christianity to life!

 

Praise for Maximus:

 

“...delightful page-turner. And like every great book, you’ll be sorry when you come to the end.” ~GEORGE GRANT, author, teacher, & pastor

 

 

"Well-researched, historically descriptive, and fast-paced. A master of dialogue, Eash takes the reader through a vivid account of first-century Rome." ~LENNIE SPITALE, author of Prison Ministry

 

“Lovers of historical fiction, of the early centuries, and of Christ's Church throughout the ages will be immediately captivated by Maximus.”
~DOUGLAS BOND, author of numerous books of historical
fiction

“Shane Eash has captured the art of storytelling... Crisp dialogue, plenty of action,… and compelling storyline... bring the historical context alive with rich and accurate detail.”
~BILL POTTER, historian

Maximus: The Quest for Greatness (eBook)

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When the Great Fire shatters a young Roman’s world, he infiltrates the early Church with a mission to capture the Apostle Paul. It's 64 A.D. and Maximus has spent his whole life yearning for greatness. As a soldier and Roman nobleman, he climbs the ranks until hopes are dashed by life-altering events. Now with Emperor Nero intent on crushing Paulus and a mysterious group called The Way, Maximus has his final chance to rise again and receive the reward from the Emperor. But everything hinges on one question: what if The Way is right?

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