||Throughout the ages, immortals have battled fiercely, until
the daughter of one of them falls in love with a young French nobleman.
"The Wandering Jew's Daughter (1863) anticipates later developments
in popular fiction, featuring an invulnerable (but flawed) hero who
stops bullets and blades with his body and gives succor to the wounded.
The book adds another item to an already-extensive catalogue of Féval's
anticipations of modern mythology."
Cover by Tim Lambon
Published by Black Coat Press in 2005