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The Curse of Blood

The Curse of Blood

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Subject to the brutality of his father's kingdom at war, Prince Inachus falls short in every way. He escapes death only because of his birthright, but the kingdom's patience may soon run out.

This short story is a prequel in the Ancient Legends collection, a family saga surrounding the origins of Greek mythology and its true place in history. The series begins with book one, The Curse of Beauty.


What Goodreads and Amazon readers are saying:
"The Curse of Blood" by Lauren Lee Merewether. Not only is it beautifully written, but it also deals with clinical depression and suicide in a thoughtful, realistic manner."
"Merewether has done a fantastic job exploring the situation in a way that can actually help by allowing readers to step out of their own situations and explore alternatives by shouldering the mantle of another life."
"The Curse of Blood by Lauren Lee Merewether - Based in ancient Greece, this story narrates the true horror of how children were made to undergo harsh and often merciless training to mould them into future warriors. Powerful, tragic and incredibly well-researched. Highly recommend."



Charity Anthology Inclusion

A future torn apart by war…
Adolescence lost to battle…
What becomes of those who lose their childhood to armed conflict?

In this multi-genre charity anthology, a group of authors explores the experiences of youth affected by war.

All proceeds of this anthology will be donated in perpetuity to Voices of Children, Ukraine, to help secure the future for the children of war.

Click here to support the children of Ukraine.

Book Information

Publisher: LLMBooks Publishing
Published: August 2022
Genre: Historical Fiction


Audiobook Information

Coming Soon.


The author rated this book for ages 13+ for violence and adult themes.

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