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A merciless army of black-robbed inquisitors had laid siege to the defenseless inhabitants of the valley known as Pelice, burning their villages, destroying their churches, and killing those who refused to renounce their faith.

Yet high on a granite mountain above the land that forms the border between Italy and France stood Joshua Gianavel—who would not allow the same fate to reach his home and people in the valley of Rora without a fight. With but a small band of peasants and farmers, this lion-like leader waged warfare against Europe’s mightiest army with a brilliance few thought possible.

Based upon the true story of the historic stand of the Waldenses in 1655, Rora is a spellbinding tale of heroism, intrigue, and faith that refuses to die.