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Marching With Caesar-Antony and Cleopatra: Part II-Cleopatra [NOOK Book]


In the fourth 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. With the disastrous campaign in
Parthia behind them, Mark Antony continues his struggle with ...
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Marching With Caesar-Antony and Cleopatra: Part II-Cleopatra

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In the fourth 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. With the disastrous campaign in
Parthia behind them, Mark Antony continues his struggle with Octavian, both
men vying for ultimate control of Rome. Enter Cleopatra VII, the Pharaoh of
Egypt and mother of Julius Caesar's son, who harbors ambitions and dreams of her
own. Through her son Caesarion, Cleopatra is a powerful player in her own right
in the continuing drama being played out for control of the most powerful society
on Earth. With Cleopatra combining forces with Mark Antony, Octavian, the
legitimate heir to Caesar's fortune, is facing the most formidable barrier to his
ascendancy yet. Through it all, Titus Pullus and his men must tread a very careful
path as the two forces head for an inevitable showdown at a place called Actium. It
is at Actium where Titus must make a decision that will impact not just his own,
but the fate of his beloved 10th Legion!
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Editorial Reviews

The Historical Novel Society - Steve Donoghue
“There’s history here, and character, and action enough for three novels, and
all of it can be enjoyed even if readers haven’t seen the first volume yet.
Very highly recommended.”
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016544038
  • Publisher: R.W. Peake
  • Publication date: 4/2/2013
  • Series: Marching With Caesar , #4
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 598
  • Sales rank: 327,795
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

R.W. Peake is a 53 year-old retired Infantry Marine born and raised in Texas and
currently living in Washington. This is his third published novel and is Book III of
his completed series that covers the career of Titus Pullus.
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  • Posted April 15, 2013

    This book is the fourth volume in the Marching With Caesar serie

    This book is the fourth volume in the Marching With Caesar series and Part 2 of the fictionalized account of the rivalry between Julius Caesar's adopted son, Octavian (later known as Caesar Augustus) and Caesar's close friend, Mark Antony. This rivalry effectively came to an end with the Battle of Actium, with Octavian the victor, having vanquished not only Mark Antony, but also the latter's supporter and wife, Cleopatra.

    The entire series is conceived as an autobiography of the legionary Titus Pullus, who recounts his military life, serving first in Julius Caesar's favorite legion, the 10th, and subsequently finding himself enmeshed in the struggle between Octavian on the one hand and Antony and Cleopatra, on the other. Part 2 of this narrative especially highlights Cleopatra's role in this titanic clash.

    From the first volume of this series to this most recent one, I have been completely captivated by the the level and the quality of historic detail this author lavishes on his subject. Every volume has provided me with an education about the reality of Roman military life as much as it has entertained me, and this book is no exception! The plot is developed with so many surprising turns that it's hard not to pull an all-nighter and finish it in one sitting. And this despite the fact that we all know the actual history and know how it all comes out! One of the many outstanding characteristics of the "Marching with Caesar" series is that the author is scrupulous about maintaining fidelity to the historic record! For those of us who value an author who respects the historic persons as they were, this is evidence of authorly integrity!

    The author's writing style is conversational and sprinkled with a multitude of terrific turns of phrase, so that the reader is pulled along without ever losing the plot's momentum. In all four books of the series, I have also appreciated the author's great talent for dialog and often droll sense of humor. If you love historic fiction, historic accuracy, and exciting writing, this series is for you!

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