The Confessions of X Paperback

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by Suzanne M Wolfe;

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The Confessions of X

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Before he became the sainted church father of Christianity, Augustine of Hippo began a love affair with a young woman whose name has been lost to history. They were together for over thirteen years, and she bore him a son. This is her story. She met Augustine in Carthage when she was just seventeen years old. She was the daughter of a mosaic-layer. He was a student and the heir to a fortune. They fell in love, despite her lower station and Augustine s dreams of greatness. Their passion was strong, but the only position in his life that was available to her was as his concubine. When Augustine s ambition and family compelled him to disown his relationship with the her, X was thrust into a devastating reality as she was torn from her son and sent away to her native Africa. A reflection of what it means to love and lose, this novel paints agripping and raw portrait of ancient culture, appealing to historical fiction fans while deftly exploring one woman s search for identity and happiness within very limited circumstances."

The Confessions of X by Suzanne M Wolfe was published by Thomas Nelson Publishers in December 2015. The ISBN for The Confessions of X is 9780718039615.

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Details for The Confessions of X

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
Items in Pack36
PublisherThomas Nelson Publishers (December 2015)
Number of Pages304
Thickness20 mm
Height213 mm
Width139 mm
Product Code4347349
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