Amulet II: The Gallic Wars

cks a punch you won t want to miss San Diego Book reviews 2016 Aulus Veridius Scapula, Decurion in the army of Lucullus, lives in the palace of Mithradates in Pontus He shares his life with Hypsicratea, Mithradates estranged wife What on earth could go wrong When the absent king returns he must flee He travels home to Rome where he joins the armies of Julius cks a punch you won t want to miss San Diego Book reviews 2016 Aulus Veridius Scapula, Decurion in the army of Lucullus, lives in the palace of Mithradates in Pontus He shares his life with Hypsicratea, Mithradates estranged wife What on earth could go wrong When the absent king returns he must flee He travels home to Rome where he joins the armies of Julius Caesar, always aware he must find the amulet his father gave him, for it contains a secret only he can decipher His journey takes him to Gaul and back and he finds love, battle and friendship A glorious romp through the late Roman Empire.
Amulet II The Gallic Wars cks a punch you won t want to miss San Diego Book reviews Aulus Veridius Scapula Decurion in the army of Lucullus lives in the palace of Mithradates in Pontus He shares his life with Hypsicrate

  • Title: Amulet II: The Gallic Wars
  • Author: Fred Nath
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  • Page: 350
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    Fred Nath

    Fred Nath is a full time neurosurgeon He lives in the northeast of England with his wife and daughter, his three sons having grown up and flown the coop In his time, he has run twenty consecutive Great North Run half marathons, trekked to 6000m in Nepal, crossed the highest mountain pass in the world and began writing, like John Buchan, because he ran out of penny novels to read and felt he should write his own Fred loves a good story, which is why he writes From his book

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