Journey to Delphi
Damian has a strong foundation in mathematics and a keen understanding of the fledgling sciences that are just beginning to emerge, as well as having mystical experiences and prophetic dreams. At 12 years old, he is treacherously sold into slavery after his village is destroyed and his family murdered because of their beliefs. Although he emerges as a champion runner, his sadistic overlord lusts after him, and cripples him when he tries to escape, making it impossible for him ever to race again. But thanks to Damian’s indomitable spirit, he does escape, beginning a challenging odyssey which leads him to the mystical city of Delphi. There he begins to assimilate and achieve prominence in his new home. Soon he begins to discover his destiny, but not before encountering more obstacles and treachery…
Destiny at Delphi
Destiny at Delphi is the second book in Frank Iannella’s Delphi Trilogy that continues the adventures of Damian, crippled runaway slave, and the obstacles he faces in the mystical city of Delphi. He’s confronted by powerful rivals, ominous predictions from the great priests that foretell of an unhappy, childless marriage and betrayed by his mentor Kleisthenes who has usurped credit for his brilliant designs…
Journey to Redemption
A vexing prophecy. A formidable foe. An irrepressible desire and an obsessive need for revenge. Journey to Redemption: Destiny Fulfilled, the last in the Delphi trilogy of historic adventure novels by Frank D. Iannella, delivers the final leg of Damian’s Orphic odyssey, which has its roots in the Greek city of Delphi in the early sixth century BC. As he surveys his robust success, Damian questions all that was foretold by the Oracle. How can his fate be other than magnificent in light of the deepening bond with the champion athlete Phorcys, a first child on the way, and his coveted and triumphant role in the Pythian Games?
My Journey to Delphi
An exciting true-life adventure in it’s own right full of obstacles, dangers and mysticism. It gives the reader a deeper level of understanding of the author’s Delphi Trilogy.