Marching With Caesar-Rebellion

Marching With Caesar-Rebellion

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by R.W. Peake, Marina Shipova
     
 

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In the next installment of the Marching With Caesar® saga, Titus Pullus has died peacefully in his sleep after retiring as Camp Prefect and achieving his goal of being elevated to the equestrian order. However, Augustus has decreed that his status will not be inherited by his adopted son and heir, Gaius Porcinus. Consequently, Porcinus is still in the ranks of

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In the next installment of the Marching With Caesar® saga, Titus Pullus has died peacefully in his sleep after retiring as Camp Prefect and achieving his goal of being elevated to the equestrian order. However, Augustus has decreed that his status will not be inherited by his adopted son and heir, Gaius Porcinus. Consequently, Porcinus is still in the ranks of the Legions where he marches with Tiberius Claudius Nero and his brother Drusus to quell the first of what will be a period of rebellions that mark the beginning of the career of the man who will become the second Emperor of Rome. Meanwhile, Gaius’ son and Pullus’ namesake Titus faces his own challenges as he learns what it means to be the grandson of a legend.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940149306480
Publisher:
R.W. Peake
Publication date:
03/10/2014
Series:
Marching With Caesar , #8
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
504
File size:
435 KB

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Marching With Caesar-Rebellion 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read all the marching with ceasar books so far this one was a little disapointing a lotof fighting not as good as the rst now we will start with little Titus . Seems his father lost aleg so now will train his son for the Legions Giaus did not live up to the expectations that were in the other books found it boring skipped a lot of pages to much detail in fighting as though just filling space. Hope the rest of the books are better,