«Quo vadis» - a historical novel by Polish writer Henryk Sienkiewicz. As rapidly as possible this literary work was translated to all major European languages and brought worldwide fame to the writer. It takes place in Rome during the reign of Emperor Nero, circa AD 64. The main theme of the work - the life of the early Christians of the Roman community and the first persecution of Christians in the Roman Empire. During the reign of Nero, the first Christians were subjected to massive persecution, the emperor put the blame for the fire in Rome upon them. During this persecution the apostles Peter and Paul became martyrs, and their death is also described in the book. Immerse yourself in a dark atmosphere of that time, reading the novel.