Copper Centurion

Copper Centurion

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by Daniel Ottalini
     
 

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Rome seeks vengeance in book two of the Steam Empire Chronicles, Copper Centurion.

In his Award Winning debut novel Brass Legionnaire, author Daniel Ottalini introduced us to the world of Roman Steampunk as Julius Brutus Caesar and his royal commanding officer Constantine Appius fought to save the city of Brittenburg from total devastation. Now, Rome looks to

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Rome seeks vengeance in book two of the Steam Empire Chronicles, Copper Centurion.

In his Award Winning debut novel Brass Legionnaire, author Daniel Ottalini introduced us to the world of Roman Steampunk as Julius Brutus Caesar and his royal commanding officer Constantine Appius fought to save the city of Brittenburg from total devastation. Now, Rome looks to avenge the actions of the Nortlanders and invades the north. But saddled with political oversight, inept leadership and a resourcefully cunning enemy, the expedition walks a fine line between glory and destruction. With their technology failing, it will be down to swords and shields in the next novel of the Steam Empire Chronicles, Copper Centurion.

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Gnostalgia Steampunk Blog - Barry Huddleston
For those of you who want a little something other than the usual Victorian London steampunk, have I got something fresh for you. Image a world where Rome did not fall, a world of Roman steampunk technology. That�s what you will find in Daniel Ottalini�s Steam Empire Chronicles � Copper Centurion. It�s all there, steam-powered automated creatures, Roman weapons, armor, & airship battles. I give it 4 1/2 Roman airships out of 5.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940016522869
Publisher:
Daniel Ottalini
Publication date:
05/01/2013
Series:
Steam Empire Chronicles , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
288
Sales rank:
347,241
File size:
3 MB

Meet the Author

Daniel Ottalini is a teacher, writer, and amateur historian. His interests include reading everything from nonfiction to sci-fi and amazing others with his knowledge of fun facts. When not working with his students, he is most likely writing some more or catching much needed rest. He lives in Maryland. His series, The Steam Empire Chronicles, includes elements of his favorite genre, steampunk, and his favorite time period, the Roman Era.

His first novel, Brass Legionnaire, was awarded the EPICon's Best Action-Adventure Novel Award.

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Copper Centurion 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Walks in confused
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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