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Sin!

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The year is 1531 and the place is Nidaros (Trondheim) in Norway. It’s not long since the Black Death ravaged the country, and the fear for God is huge. Everybody who is not obeying the word of God and the strict demands of the church is being ruthlessly persecuted. August is a young priest who one day is being summoned to the archbishop Olav Engelbrektsson together with other priests from the diocese. They are being warned against a witch that has been seen in the area. Luna Gurosdaughter with hair touched by the devil. On the way back to his rectory, August is having an accident and when he wakes up from the battle against the fever, he wakes up with his wounds well taken care of and bandaged. Now a battle against his own soul starts for the young priest, a battle that makes the foundation in his belief shiver. This sends the young priest head over hills into hot days in pleasure and agony. Can August manage to keep his wove to celibacy or does he chose to receive the gift... More > called pleasure?< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781387272532
Edition
First
Published
October 23, 2017
Language
English
Pages
220
File Format
PDF
File Size
819.34 KB
Product ID
23380498

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