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Another great historic fiction from Luciana Cavallaro

lucianacavallaroAuthor Luciana Cavallaro blogs at Eternal Atlantis and writes historic fiction in one of my favorite time periods: Ancient Greece. I’ve read several of her books, including Search for the Golden Serpent and The Curse of Troy (see my review of the second one here). Luciana is a talented author who imbues life into a long-gone but fascinating era.

Her newest book, The Labyrinthine Journey, looks like it could be the best yet.

The Labyrinthine Journey by Luciana Cavallaro

Will our heroes find the object they need to find in order to complete the next step in their quest?

One relic found and another to locate, or so that’s what Evan thought, it’s what his “father” Zeus told him when he dumped him in world and time so far removed from the twenty-first century. What if he doesn’t find the sacred objects? Will he be trapped forever in this forsaken age? Join Evan and his companions as they continue their epic odyssey, traversing the ancient world in search of powerful icons that even the gods are frightened of.

In The Labyrinthine Journey (eBook published 1st October), will reluctant modern-day hero, Evan and his friends succeed in finding the relics to stop the advent of Christianity?

The odyssey continues. Will Evan succeed in his quest to find the relics and go home?

The quest to locate the sacred object adds pressure to the uneasy alliance between Evan and the Atlanteans. His inability to accept the world he’s in, and his constant battle with Zeus, both threaten to derail the expedition and his life.

Traversing the mountainous terrain of the Peloponnese and Corinthian Gulf to the center of the spiritual world, Evan meets with Pythia, Oracle of Delphi. Her cryptic prophecy reveals much more than he expected; something that changes his concept of the ancient world and his former way of life.

Historical fiction novelist and a secondary teacher, Luciana Cavallaro, likes to meander between contemporary life to the realms of mythology and history. Luciana has always been interested in Mythology and Ancient History but her passion wasn’t realized until seeing the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. From then on, she was inspired to write Historical Fantasy.

She has spent many lessons promoting literature and the merits of ancient history. Today, you will still find Luciana in the classroom, teaching and promoting literature. To keep up-to-date with her ramblings, ahem, that is meanderings, subscribe to her mailing list at

You can connect with Luciana via:





The Labyrinthine Journey will be on sale at:

Amazon (pre-order)


Today, we celebrate the launch of The Labyrinthine Journey by joining Luciana in her virtual book launch.

Here’s an infographic she created about it about this epic journey:

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Jacqui Murray is the author of the popular Building a Midshipman, the story of her daughter’s journey from high school to United States Naval Academy, and the thrillers, To Hunt a Sub and  Twenty-four DaysShe is also the author/editor of over a hundred books on integrating tech into education, adjunct professor of technology in education, webmaster for four blogs, an Amazon Vine Voice book reviewer,  a columnist for TeachHUB, monthly contributor to Today’s Author and a freelance journalist on tech ed topics. You can find her books at her publisher’s website, Structured Learning.

56 thoughts on “Another great historic fiction from Luciana Cavallaro

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  3. A most striking cover and wonderfully sweeping story – I’m interested in Ancient Greece but do get a bit confused so the info graphic is a great help and brilliant idea! Best of luck to Lucianna on her latest novel! 😀

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  4. The first thing earn by my mind was that eye catching cover, beautiful and secondly that amazing review. It was my first encounter to this author I guess I will have an allured weekend with this book. Thanks TO YOU.
    Will glad to have you at my site and your words at my latest post

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