About

Adam Alexander Haviaras is a writer of historical fiction/fantasy, trained as an historian and archaeologist. Adam has always loved the past, stories of ancient peoples and places. Believing that places are portals to the past he likes nothing more than walking the ground of an ancient site, taking in the details and facts and then letting his imagination take over. 

Adam has studied ancient and medieval history and archaeology, and creative writing since 1991 and obtained an Honours B.A. from the University of Toronto, and a Masters from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. His studies have focussed on ancient and medieval warfare with a very special interest in Arthurian studies.

Adam's novels set in the Roman Empire, Children of Apollo, and Killing the Hydra (Books I and II of the Eagles and Dragons series) are available in paperback and e-book from Amazon, Kobo, and iTunes. 

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  • Location:
    Toronto
  • Joined:
    2 years ago

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4 Published Works

Featured work.

Children of Apollo - Eagles and Dragons Book I

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Description: At the peak of Rome’s might a dragon is born among eagles, an heir to a line both blessed and cursed by the Gods for ages. Lucius Metellus Anguis is a young warrior who is inspired by the deeds of his glorious ancestors and burdened by the knowle...


Other Works by AHaviaras.
Theoi

Theoi

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Theoi is a tale of the death of a god, two brothers, and a seemingly impossible quest. Ion and Thalos ha...

NEX (or, the Warrior Named for Death)

NEX (or, the Warrior Named for Death)

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NEX is a short story about an Argive warrior returning from the Trojan War. On his way home, he meets a...

The Sea Released

The Sea Released

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Antoine Marcus has been writing about the gods of ancient Greece for years but he never thought that he...