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Morbus Dei: Inferno - Novel - cover

Morbus Dei: Inferno - Novel

Bastian Zach, Matthias Bauer

Publisher: Haymon Verlag

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INFERNO: VOLUME 2 OF THE MORBUS DEI-TRILOGY

Tyrol in 1704: Johann and Elisabeth flee from the eerie mountain village and beat their way to Vienna. Due to snow, icy cold and dangerous bandits their journey is a risky undertaking. 
When they finally reach their designation, their shared future seems to be within their grasp - until enemies from Johann's past emerge. To make matters worse, a mysterious disease is suddenly spreading and covers the city like a shroud. The old imperial city becomes a death trap from which there seems to be no escape ...

An exciting journey through time:
Matthias Bauer and Bastian Zach take you into a world shaped by death and darkness, but also by courage and hope. Surrounded by the gloomy backdrop of the wintry Alps you accompany Johann and Elisabeth on their dangerous journey. Experience the historical Vienna during the 18th century and the church's dark deeds.

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THE MORBUS DEI-TRILOGY

Vol. 1: Morbus Dei: The Arrival
Vol. 2: Morbus Dei: Inferno
Vol. 3: Morbus Dei: The Sign of Aries

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