Minerva Invicta: The book

On the trail of the Dea

The twelve signs

This book is a fantastic story, which in literary circles takes the name of uchronia, from the Greek "no time".

The title in Latin "Minerva Invicta" means "Minerva the Invincible" and leaves little room for fantasy on how this Goddess appears to the eyes of the author.

In the story the data referred to are real, but it is the author's intuition that takes on a verisimilar tone in its writing, so as to make the story seem real, even if it is not. The cut is direct and in the book the author tells the reasoning, connections and hypothetical traces that the Goddess Minerva would have left over the millennia until today.

he cut is direct and in the book the author tells the reasoning, connections and hypothetical traces that the Goddess Minerva would have left over the millennia until today. A style that deliberately has an essayistic cut, almost as if the author wanted to form and inform what really happened, what is happening and what could be in the near future. A unique text regarding the content that aims to entertain and make the reader reflect on how different events, but presented in a certain way, assume a unique value.