The Fourth Man

The King has spoken. Three chisel-faced, handsome, and well-built young men march forward like pilgrims. Clothed in robes, trousers and turbans, they would be mistaken for royalty were it not for the ropes binding their hands. Trained in the King’s Court for three years, they still exude the palace’s majesty nonetheless. Adept with Babylonian Literature, … Continue reading The Fourth Man