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The Temple of Fortuna


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Set in Rome and Pompeii in the countdown to the eruption of Mount Vesuvius, this is the dramatic final instalment in Elodie Harper's Sunday Times bestselling Wolf Den trilogy.

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Elodie Harper is a journalist and bestselling author. She is currently a reporter at ITV News Anglia, and before that worked as a producer for Channel 4 News. The Temple of Fortuna is the final book in her bestselling Wolf Den trilogy. The first book , The Wolf Den, was a Waterstones Book of the Month and a Sunday Times Top 15 bestseller, and the second, The House with the Golden Door was a Sunday Times Top 10 bestseller. elodieharper.com


Elodie Harper has concluded this trilogy in the most perfect way imaginable. She sweeps the reader into the world of ancient Rome and Pompeii so effortlessly - we are there, utterly absorbed in every detail...[it is] unbelievably beautiful, emotional and powerful. As someone who has been so invested in Amara's journey since we met her in the Lupanar in the first book, I was on tenterhooks to see how her story would end. Now I feel bereft that the series is complete and there is no more.
*Jennifer Saint*

The perfect balance of tension and hope make The Temple of Fortuna an unputdownable read. With Harper’s trademark eye for character, dynamic, and drama, readers are sure to enjoy this triumphant conclusion to one of the most original historical fiction trilogies of our time.
*Luna McNamara*

Once again Elodie Harper has delivered a truly captivating novel where the destruction of Pompeii is vividly realised amid the epic and satisfying climax to Amara’s powerful journey. A stunning final instalment and an absolute triumph! I loved it.
*Susan Stokes-Chapman*

The Temple of Fortuna combines the breakneck pace of an unputdownable thriller with the heart of a love story in which Elodie's female characters remain fiercely and resolutely themselves within a society and geography that seeks to crush them. Although steeped in the sex, violence and decay of Pompeii, the characters leap from the page with all the fire and fury of modern women without ever feeling anachronistic. The conclusion was perfect. I loved it.'
*Caroline Lea*

Is Elodie Harper a time traveller? It would help explain The Temple of Fortuna's brilliance – the meticulous level of detail, how richly the world of Pompeii is brought to life, the vivid reenactment of the disaster which befalls it. This book is superb – I couldn't put it down.
*Louise O'Neill*

This series has completely consumed me. Elodie Harper conjures the ancient world onto the page in vivid, immersive detail and weaves a thoroughly compelling story of courage, hope and bonds worth fighting for.
*Bea Fitzgerald*

Utterly original, vibrant and unflinching, this is one of my favourite trilogies ever written. Harper has done something extraordinary: she has shown us a world we thought we already knew, but through the lenses of characters whose voices we had never heard. Her research is richly detailed, bringing to life a world where beauty and brutality always coexisted. Amara, Britannica, Philos, Victoria and Berenice will stay with me for a long time.
*Costanza Casati*

An empowering, explosive finale to the awe-inspiring Wolf Den trilogy, The Temple of Fortuna crafts an unforgettable ending to a story I have been completely enchanted by... a must-read.
*Nikita Gill*

‘A stunning conclusion to a brilliant series’
*Anna Mazzola*

[A] remarkable trilogy... a thrilling conclusion to one of the best historical fiction trilogies since Hilary Mantel
*The Times*

With well-crafted characters, this is an utterly immersive conclusion to the series

*Heat magazine*

Gripping and fascinating... [a] devastating conclusion to this series
*Red magazine*

A tightly plotted, dazzling conclusion to the series - equal parts action-packed and thrilling, deeply human and intensely emotional.
*Daily Mail*

Magnificent... Harper evokes ancient Rome with a classicist's authority and a storyteller's pace and intrigue... Amara remains one of the most fascinating characters in contemporary historical fiction
*The Observer*

Don't miss this riveting conclusion to the historical Wolf Den series
*Woman magazine*

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