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Marching With Caesar: Final Campaign

Marching With Caesar: Final Campaign

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by R. W. Peake, Marina Shipova
     
 

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In the final installation of the bestselling Marching With Caesar®-Titus Pullus series, Camp Prefect Titus Pullus participates in his Final Campaign, the invasion of Thrace by the Governor of Macedonia, Marcus Primus. Although claiming that the expedition has the blessing of the Roman now referred to as Augustus, the reality turns out to be far different, and

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In the final installation of the bestselling Marching With Caesar®-Titus Pullus series, Camp Prefect Titus Pullus participates in his Final Campaign, the invasion of Thrace by the Governor of Macedonia, Marcus Primus. Although claiming that the expedition has the blessing of the Roman now referred to as Augustus, the reality turns out to be far different, and Pullus finds himself embroiled in the toughest battle of his career. Making it more difficult, his final fight will be conducted not on a battlefield, but in Rome itself, in a courtroom, pitting Titus against some patricians of Rome who are determined to make an example of a man who dares to try and improve his circumstances and standing in the rigid hierarchy of Roman society. The question that plagues Titus is: What side is Augustus on?

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ISBN-13:
9780989734868
Publisher:
R W Peake
Publication date:
11/22/2013
Pages:
562
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.25(d)

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Marching With Caesar-Final Campaign 5 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 3 reviews.
ColonelTB More than 1 year ago
Loved this book. I have read every one of Peake's books. This last book tied things together nicely. For me it was page turner. My area of interest is WWII. I had never read this genre before. It was such a pleasant surprise. It has now peaked my interest more in this area. Having spent 38 years in the military there were a lot of things that I could identify with in the character Titus Pullus. This was also a great study in leadership. I highly recommend that you read this and the rest of the volumes of Marching with Ceasar.
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DE39 More than 1 year ago
All of Peake's books on Rome are amazing