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Hannibal''s campaign to defeat Rome continues.
Having brought his army safely over the Alps in winter, he now
marches south to confront the enemy. With his is a young soldier,
Hanno. Like his general, Hanno burns to vanquish Rome. Never has
the possibility seemed so likely.
Facing Hanno is his former friend,
Quintus, whom Hanno met while in Roman captivity. A bitter quarrel
with his father leads Quintus to join the Roman infantry under an
assumed name. Among his legionaries, he finds that his enemies are
not just the Carthaginians, but men of his own side.
A stealthy game of cat and mouse is
being played, with Hannibal seeking to fight, and Rome''s generals
avoiding battle. But battle cannot be delayed for much longer.
Eventually, the two armies meet under a fierce summer sun in August
in the south of Italy.
The place is Cannae -- the fields of
blood. The encounter will go down in history as one of the
bloodiest battles ever fought, a battle in which Hanno and Quintus
know they must fight as never before -- just to stay alive.