In this intriguing biographical novel, we follow Thomas More as he maneuvers through the convoluted political landscape of sixteenth-century England, seeking to rise above the scheming factions of powerful men. Meanwhile, family conflicts, vocational perplexities, and personal tragedies assail him within. Yet the adversity forges in him a firm moral integrity and a deep devotion to Christ and His Church. When King Henry VIII divorces his queen, marries his mistress, and declares himself Head of the Church in England, More’s character and faith are put to the ultimate test. He must choose between compromising his convictions–or facing the executioner. Paper.