The Lord of Persia

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A supreme soul transcended beyond the boundaries of time and place to reach the unreachable goal. The separation from human's life it's nearly an illusion for it. Its life was extended far beyond mortality as it reincarnated again and again.

In England, an imposing foreigner summons William Shakespeare to appear before him. The man carries a dagger, engraved with the emblem of a white falcon. He accuses Shakespeare of betraying the three inviolate institutions.

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    • The Lord of Persia, Book 1
    • By: Kayvan
    • Narrated by: Jonathan Brewster
    • Length: 46 mins
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    A supreme soul transcended beyond the boundaries of time and place to reach the unreachable goal. The separation from human's life it's nearly an illusion for it. Its life was extended far beyond mortality as it reincarnated again and again.

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