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Hostage Lands (Bond)

SKU 9781596380271


Heroes and History Series



Join Neil Perkins, Latin student at Haltwhistle Grammar School in England, as he uncovers a story of usurpation, treachery, and betrayal. After unearthing an ancient Roman manuscript, Neil dedicates himself to the study of Latin and translates this exciting story from the third century . . .



Disaffected centurion Rusticus serves Rome at Hadrian's Wall. He is saved from massacre by Calum, a Celt who was deeply changed when he saw Christians martyred in the Roman Colosseum.


  • Author: Douglas Bond
  • Pages: 234
  • Paperback
  • Published in 2006


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  • Paperback:  234 pages
  • Published:  2006
  • ISBN : ‎ 9781596380271
  • Author:  Douglas Bond


  • Douglas Bond, author of more than thirty books, is director of the Oxford Creative Writing Master Class, a two-time Grace Award book finalist, a hymn writer and editor, a speaker at conferences and churches in five continents, and a leader of church history tours in Europe.


  • Hostage Lands by Douglas Bonds is an exciting story that also carries with it an entertaining and educational introduction to early Celtic and Roman history. Two adventures from different eras are woven together to present an enjoyable read.--Douglas Wilson
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