The Shards of Heaven Sweepstakes

The Shards of Heaven by Michael Livingston

The Shards of Heaven goes on sale today! We’re celebrating by offering the chance to win a copy of the book. Plus, we’ll include a copy of the author’s map of Alexandria and the Mediterranean Sea, to help you picture the ancient world of Michael Livingston’s imagination.

Julius Caesar is dead, assassinated on the senate floor, and the glory that is Rome has been torn in two. Octavian, Caesar’s ambitious great-nephew and adopted son, vies with Marc Antony and Cleopatra for control of Caesar’s legacy. As civil war rages from Rome to Alexandria, and vast armies and navies battle for supremacy, a secret conflict may shape the course of history.

Michael Livingston’s The Shards of Heaven reveals the hidden magic behind the history we know, and commences a war greater than any mere mortal battle.

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76 thoughts on “The Shards of Heaven Sweepstakes

  1. Okay i am so down with this book, normally don’t read historical but when it’s written well YES! and this synopsis AMAZING
    Thanks for the chance

  2. Okay i am so down with this book, normally don’t read historical but when it’s written well YES! and this synopsis AMAZING and the Map looks awesome i have a thing for Maps
    Thanks for the chance

  3. This book sounds awesome, adding that extra magical twist to the beginnings of the roman empire seems very interesting.

  4. The Glory that was Rome… is of another daaayyy…

    Sounds fascinating. As Caeser would say, “Enter-hay e-me inhay the-ay ontest-k ostep aste-he!”

  5. He’s my teacher and is absolutely incredible. I cannot express how excited I am to read this novel after learning about Livingston as a man and author as well as reading all of the wonderful reviews about it.

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