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A Real Historical Fiction Novel: “Sebastian’s Way”


If you liked Game of Thrones, try a real historical fiction novel. The two-novel set called Sebastian’s Way, The Pathfinder and The Paladin, is not fantasy; it’s based on what really happened during the reign of Charlemagne, the greatest monarch of the early Middle Ages. If you think GOT has some awesome action, check out the epic tale of Sebastian, a young warrior who wins the king’s favor through courage and vision but becomes a challenge to Charlemagne by proposing a different way to conquer and rule.

Both novels of the three-volume set are packed full of exotic adventures, thrilling intrigue, and strong characters. There are no dragons or White Walkers, but the pages are full of Viking pirates, fanatical tree-worshipping Saxons, ambitious kings and plotting queens. The background of the tale is a savory medieval stew, full of the rich stock of the times: salty peasants, barbaric warriors, courageous missionaries, and plenty of lovely maidens for those who like a passionate romance.

Finally, the grasping kings and queens of GOT pale before the awesome presence of Charlemagne himself, who was the epitome of the effective, visionary, strong-willed monarch who never lost a battle and united a continent. He appears in the Sebastian novels larger than life, master of war, lover of life, laughter, song, and beautiful wives and concubines. The real man and the fictional hero Sebastian come alive together in this tantalizing tale of adventure and romance based not on fantasy, but on the real events of the time and place. GOT’s got nothing on “Sebastian’s Way!”

Get ready to be obsessed as you flip through the pages of George’s Steger’s “Sebastian’s Way: The Paladin.” The book is available for purchase on his website, along with “Sebastian’s Way: The Pathfinder.,” the first book of the Sebastian Chronicles.

“Sebastian’s Way: The Paladin”
Written by George Steger
Published by iUniverse
Published Date: December 15, 2016
Paperback: $20.99
About the Author
Colonel Steger had two long careers which contributed greatly to the story of Sebastian, a military one with many years abroad in Europe and Vietnam, from which much of the action and adventure emerged, and an academic one as a professor of history at the University of Saint Mary at which the compassionate, philosophical, and romantic side of Sebastian was evoked. He is now Professor Emeritus in History and International Affairs and writes from his home in rural Kansas.

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 George Steger
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 Early Middle Ages
 Medieval Stories

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