Who Is Perraluke Bellows Perrin?

 

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Barry Donadio, Celebrity Author released “That Day When Hell Froze Over) Aug. 2019

 

Perraluke Bellows Perrin imaginary leader of a catholic group of warriors recruited by the Pope who appears in Barry Donadio’s fiction book “That Day When Hell Froze Over”.

Perraluke is a main character in the book that is the leader of the mighty Spada Furtiva. What is Spada Furtiva? It means “Stealth Sword” in Italian. The Pope designated this name to a small group of his best warriors that were sent by him on a secret mission to Iran in the year 1095. They are described in Barry Donadio’s book “That Day When Hell Froze Over “ that was published on August 17th 2019.

The fictional group of men is led by the character Perraluke Bellows Perrin. He was the first to be appointed by the Pope as a member of the Spada Furtiva due to his military veteran experience in the elite Varangian Guard(The bodyguards for the Byzantine Emperor). Perraluke formed the rest of the Spada Furtiva from other veterans he led before living in Rome.

Once formed, the Vatican paid for the Spada Furtiva to be trained as the most elite force in the world. Although they were a small force, they were then sent on a secret mission to the middle east. They have a run in with Satan and all hell breaks loose.

The book has created a bit of a modern day craze among weight lifters that are trying to mimic the fighting skills and physical training of the Spada Furtiva.

Donadio says that the Spada Furtiva is not only a group of men but a discipline way of life of a warrior. Be sure to check Donadio’s book that describes the Spada Furtiva in more detail. The book can be found on Amazon.

www.barrydonadio.com

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