‘Sophia and Cassius’ By Anna Canić

Sophia and Cassius is the first prose work by the author Anna Canić in the genre of historical fiction. The writer presents well-known stories about the lost paradise and the decadence of the ancient civilization in a different light, focusing on the religious, philosophical and esoteric themes.
In the prologue, we meet the true face of the first woman – wise, strong, determined and good-hearted. Sophia brought the art of writing to the world, desperately wishing to love and be loved. Unfortunately, to meet her perfect man, she had to wait… for death, three thousand years and rebirth as Julia Drusilla, the Roman princess.
However, this work is not just a love story. In the new body, Sophia is chosen to lead the epic battle of the Good against the Evil. Together with her friends of different nationalities, statuses and religions, brave Drusilla exposes the conspiracies and deceptions of the archenemy. The novel abounds in interesting historical and biblical figures such as Boudicca, Mary Magdalene and Seneca.
Despite the celebration of the female principle, the main heroine is not at all similar to the suffragettes, nor does her inner revolutionary clash with the natural order. It is also interesting that the end of the story actually suggests its continuation.

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