"I, Poidevin, write this so that all may know the true story of my master, the Duke of Bohemia, the most noble Vaclav. Though our enemy is strong, the Most High is stronger still."
Tenth Century Bohemia: The Dark Ages. In the shadows of paganism and an unquenchable thirst for power, the flame of faith and loyalty is threatened. Sinners, servants, and saints make the choices that will ultimately define them in this intriguing tale of deception and truth. This is the true story of "Good King Wenceslas"—the story of Vaclav I, as told by Poidevin, the servant who accompanied him. Treachery and Truth is a historical novel filled with the tension between betrayal and belief, godlessness and goodness, selfishness and service.
When the book was first accepted I wrote the story of its very long journey to publication in The Little Book That Could.
Now I've got to memorize the lines of this song before I start doing school visits, just in case....