Ermin's epoch of separation is nearing its end. From captive to cavalry commander in the legions of Augustus, Ermin has inspired soldiers and generals with his heroism. His name, too, has changed. They call him Arminius.
Back in the forests of his youth, what remains of Arminius' people capitulate. Mighty Rome has won. There is nothing left with which to fight. The men and women who provided the spark in earlier failed rebellions are exhausted. They transform from warriors to citizens. Rome transitions from conqueror to governor.
But a glowing ember may be borne on the wind and travel over long distances. In another part of the empire, as General Tiberius leads two massive armies, a set of former tribesmen hope to slough off their Roman masters. Will their revolt become the tinder that enables all of the wald to become free?
As Arminius, with horse and steel, serves the emperor, the path foreseen long ago by the priestess Rike rolls out before him. He hurtles back toward his father, his friend, Berengar, and his betrothed, Thusnelda. His fate and destiny propel him ever onward to what will be the most epic military engagement in all of human history.
|Series:||The Wald Chronicles , #3|
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