Radix Malorum, the root of all evil, is a name that has been feared for almost two thousand years. Given the name Radix at birth in First Century Greece because he was the root of his parent's love, this shadowy harbinger of death has earned his last name, which was given to him much later in life. The product of a Faustian deal with the Prince of Darkness, Radix possesses unimaginable powers. The most notable of his powers is the fact that he cannot be killed. Death has chased him for most of his existence, but all that Death has been able to collect is the souls of Radix's countless victims. It is the year 2000, and a young man named Nathaniel Salvatore is Radix's next intended target. Following the command of Satan, Radix must slay certain men and women who show signs of threatening his dark plans. These selected individuals must die by the turn of each century in order for Radix to keep his deal with the Prince of Darkness. Now all that Nathan had read about in the Holy Bible has become a real part of his life, more real than anything he has ever known. In the course of his journey, Nathan must endure many trials and tribulations, not to mention encounters with angels, demons, and even the Devil himself. His only goal is to survive the certain death that awaits him at the hands of Radix. If Nathan can live to the year 2001, then and only then can Radix be defeated and his soul be condemned to Hell for eternity. Will Nathan become the hero of destiny, or will he just die trying - another victim in Radix's merciless slaughter. Heaven and Hell are unleashed in an epic battle for the salvation of the human race. It all begins with A Story Told.
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