Marching With Caesar-Antony and Cleopatra: Part I-Antony by R.W. Peake

Marching With Caesar-Antony and Cleopatra: Part I-Antony

byR.W. Peake

Kobo ebook | March 1, 2013

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In the third book of the critically acclaimed Marching With Caesar series, Titus Pullus and his 10th Legion are still in the thick of the maelstrom that follows after the assassination of Gaius Julius Caesar. As part of the army jointly commanded by the young Gaius Octavian and Marcus Antonius, Titus and his comrades avenge the death of their general Caesar at Philippi, with the defeat of the last of The Lib-erators, Brutus and Cassius. When the two triumphant generals divide their victo-rious army between them, the 10th Legion is fated to serve under the command of the older Triumvir, Marcus Antonius, who leads them on a campaign into the wilds of Parthia. Throughout all of the trials and amid the danger that is inherent in this endeavor, Titus must also steer a course through the increasingly turbulent and dangerous waters as the last two remaining rivals for the ultimate prize of being the First Man in Rome move ever closer to a final confrontation, one in which every Roman in the Legions must choose a side. At stake is not just his own reputation and life, but the fate of his beloved 10th Legion!

Title:Marching With Caesar-Antony and Cleopatra: Part I-AntonyFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 1, 2013Publisher:R.W. PeakeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0985703075

ISBN - 13:9780985703073

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great book Really brings life in the legions to life and how hard a life it could be. Hope the rest of this series is as good.
Date published: 2015-07-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Marching with Caesar -Pt1 -Antony Well written, again you are immersed into the glory, the intrigues, the politics that was Rome made great by the men of the Legions.
Date published: 2013-10-04