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Elizabeth George Speare
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Daniel comes from a very proud race, the Galileans. He has bold features with sun-browned skin and ever changing dark eyes. He is at first in the servitude of a blacksmith, but is treated badly so he runs away to the hills and lives with a band of outlaws, who are planning to rise up against the Romans, when their strength is sufficient.

The Romans crucified Daniel's parents, and he takes a vow to devote his entire life to defeating them and running them out of Palestine. While he is very intelligent in some ways, Daniel is very slow to embrace the idea that love can achieve far more than war. Time after time he is close to grasping that fact, but his deep desire to follow through with the martial vow he has taken blind him to any path other than violence.

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