Nothing is broken that cannot be remade, nothing is ill that cannot be healed, nothing captive that cannot be freed.
Regina endures a death-in-life as a sex slave in the Subura, the ancient world's most terrible ghetto -- until a strange man sees her suffering and gives her a coat, a new name, and a new life.
The man is Polycarp, and he has the Gift of gazing into the eyes of the hungry dead and granting them rest -- a Gift that comes at a terrible cost. And ancient Rome may burn him for it.
It is AD 98. Polycarp and Regina -- their faith and their love -- will be tested as they have never imagined. And their story will shake you to the heart.
"If I could write a one-word review, it would be Wow. I still can't get over the beautiful horror of Litore's writing. Regina was a breathtaking character who stole the show for me. Even as I write this review, my eyes mist over. Highly recommended." - Jennifer Bielman, Reading and Writing Urban Fantasy
"Gruesome and human and lyrical and horrible, The Zombie Bible is like nothing you have ever read. Once you're in, you'll stay." - S.G. Redling, author of Flowertown and Damocles