Scipio Risen

Scipio Risen Second Punic War BCE Consul Publius Cornelius Scipio has landed his small army on the shores of North Africa intent on conquering the Carthaginian empire Fighting as a stranger in a strange land

  • Title: Scipio Risen
  • Author: Martin Tessmer
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  • Page: 450
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Scipio Risen

    Second Punic War, 204 BCE Consul Publius Cornelius Scipio has landed his small army on the shores of North Africa, intent on conquering the Carthaginian empire Fighting as a stranger in a strange land, Scipio must depend on his legendary guile and invention to offset his numerical disadvantage against the hordes of warriors that stand in his way.While Scipio battles hisSecond Punic War, 204 BCE Consul Publius Cornelius Scipio has landed his small army on the shores of North Africa, intent on conquering the Carthaginian empire Fighting as a stranger in a strange land, Scipio must depend on his legendary guile and invention to offset his numerical disadvantage against the hordes of warriors that stand in his way.While Scipio battles his way towards the city of Carthage, Hannibal fights his way north towards Rome, determined to destroy it The two legendary generals race to conquer the other s home bases, with the fate of Western civilization hanging in the balance.Follow along with Scipio, the elegant and witty Laelius, and the fearsome Marcus Silenus as they head towards their history making conflict with the immortal Hannibal the Great.

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    One thought on “Scipio Risen

    1. brian

      ExcellentExcellent a great read if.you can read th whole series would recommend all as they all have their own stories

    2. Paul

      An enjoyable series. three and a half out of five. Held back a little bit by a slightly stilted writing style, too many typos and a strange fictitious addition of party politics in the Senate to simplify rivalries.

    3. mr w donaldson

      Good readIt is a shame that whoever done the proof read of this book didn't do a better job but it is still a enjoyable read

    4. BobbyO'Malley

      Exciting read.Great series of books anybody interested in the genre or time period will not regret the time spent reading all four books

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