Marching With Caesar-A New Era

Marching With Caesar-A New Era

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by R.W. Peake
     
 
A new era in Rome has begun, for both the budding Empire, and the descendants of Titus Pullus, Legionary of Rome. In this next chapter in the bestselling, critically acclaimed Marching With Caesar� saga, the torch has passed to Pullus� namesake and adopted grandson, Titus Porcinianus Pullus. Blessed with not only the name and legacy of his adoptive grandfather but his

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A new era in Rome has begun, for both the budding Empire, and the descendants of Titus Pullus, Legionary of Rome. In this next chapter in the bestselling, critically acclaimed Marching With Caesar� saga, the torch has passed to Pullus� namesake and adopted grandson, Titus Porcinianus Pullus. Blessed with not only the name and legacy of his adoptive grandfather but his enormous size and strength as well, young Titus enlists in the Legions. Following in the footsteps of his father Gaius Porcinus, Titus joins the Fourth Cohort of the 8th Legion, once commanded by Porcinus himself. But what Titus discovers is that the example set by his father and grandfather brings with it a heavy price, in the form of extra scrutiny and high expectations. Adding to his burden is an atmosphere of suspicion, intrigue and ominous portents as the 8th Legion joins the army of Nero Claudius Drusus, younger brother of Tiberius, on what will turn out to be his final campaign in Germania, as the upper classes of Rome begin to prepare for a world after Augustus. Will young Titus find himself an unwilling participant in a conspiracy designed to advance the fortunes of one Roman nobleman over the others vying for control of Rome?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940149631728
Publisher:
R.W. Peake
Publication date:
07/27/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
344,280
File size:
537 KB

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Marching With Caesar-A New Era 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
ColonelTB More than 1 year ago
Peake has again done a great job in carrying on the Pullus legacy. I have read all of his books. Young Titus (the grandson) is big like his grandfather but has endearing qualities that make him endearing to the reader. I love how he has developed this character and how he uses his story to relate back to his grandfather to give him a leg up or advantage in managing his time as a legionnaire. I am anxious to see how he develops the character in the future.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not to bad a book have read all marching with ceasar books think I will give up on this series .Sounds as if we will be reading about future generations forever. First series of this book were excellent If you have not read all of them there are references about what happened in these newbooks. Oh well my own opinion
Anonymous More than 1 year ago