From ancient Greece they came, remnants of the glorious
Trojans. Led by Brutus, Kingman, holder of the bands of
gold that wield the very magic of the Gods, these travelers
are bowed but not broken, and they have come to Albion to
begin anew. A vision of beauty called them to create a new
Troy, and when they landed on the shores of the land that
became Britain, they found an old magic that was fading.
And so they began to construct a new Labyrinth, a place of
magic that will bring unimaginable power to those who can
The temptress who brought Brutus to this land seeks to use
him for her own purposes, but in that she fails, for it is
the bride of Brutus who dooms the completion of the
labyrinth . . . and sends all the players in this drama---
handsome Brutus, his beautiful wife, Cornelia, and the
sensuous and deadly Genvissa---into a hell of death and
rebirth, until the Labyrinth is completed and the ancient
magic is set free.
A thousand years pass. Cathedrals rise in place of mud and
wattle huts, hymns to saints replace odes to Celtic and
Greek gods. But the magic from the dawn of time waits, and
the players are not yet done with their destinies. They
have new faces and new bodies, but old souls---and not all
who have come back remember their parts in this drama.
There are kings and princes, deadly court intrigues, and
ancient powers awoken.
And a warrior across the sea who only waits for his
opportunity to finish what was started centuries
before . . .