In a foreign, strife-torn land, two brothers' lives turn from hero-worship to deadly strife. What could drive these two to become mortal enemies? Can either survive as an individual? You have heard the story of the unrecognized genius, but what of the genius recognized too well...recognized and envied? Why should his brilliant talent be hostage to lethal seeds sown in his childhood? How could two brothers, so different, both love the same woman? How could she be attracted to each?
Why would the clash of the individual against the race tear a family apart? Do you owe your life to your race? Do you owe your life to your family? What do you owe to yourself? What is an individual?
Are "nature" and "nurture" the only alternatives? Can teachers or parents force the outcome, or is the individual free to choose what he will become? Just what "influence" should a good parent or a good teacher try to afford to his "pupil"?
What ideas create individualism in a man's soul and in a culture? What ideas create racism? What is the nature of the clash between individualism and its antipode, racism?
What will happen when a young man discovers that his revered brother is his worst enemy?
__ when a young woman discovers that the man she had worshipped is a monster?
-- when a woman who had seduced a man discovers that she has defiled not just her body but her soul?
-- when a father must choose between two sons?
-- when a man discovers that he has given up the woman who should have been his?
-- when a man's brothers oppose everything he stands for?
-- when a woman must choose between her husband and her two sons?
Read Sovereign now to discover the
answers to these questions!