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Historical Epic Collides with Biblical Intrigue in Narwain’s “Miserere”

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Historical Epic Collides with Biblical Intrigue in Narwain’s “Miserere”

Official Press Release

A country devastated by war, a child held hostage by monstrous monarch, and
a mysterious hunter driven by a divine mandate…these are the elements of
Narwain Publishing’s epic miniseries “Miserere”.

The year is 1367 and the countries of Europe are locked in a bitter and
violent struggle that will later be called the Hundred Years War. At the
center of it is King Pedro I, the ruler of Castile, better known as Pedro
the Cruel for his reputation for visiting horrors on those who oppose him.
Nobody knows this better than the nameless child Pedro has imprisoned at the
behest of his royal wizard.

When the child escapes a massive manhunt begins and a wandering demon hunter
enters the conflict. But is he here to capture the child, or bring the mercy
of the dagger to the king’s throat?

The war between men and their politics is about to become a struggle between
heaven and hell in “Miserere”

“Miserere #1” is 32 full color pages by writer El Torres and artist Antonio
Vázquez. J.C. Cruz and Fran Gamboa provide the colors.

The book retails for $3.49 USD. You’ll find it on page 310 of the March
Diamond Previews catalog.

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