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eBook CASCA: The Minuteman (Casca: The Eternal Mercenary, #36) ePub

by Tony Roberts

  • ISBN: 1450796192
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  • Author: Tony Roberts
  • Publisher: Americana Books (October 20, 2011)
  • ePub book: 1948 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
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Ships from and sold by Lonewolf Books -Americana Books.

Ships from and sold by Lonewolf Books -Americana Books. Ships from and sold by Lonewolf Books -Americana Books. Future books will be released in random timelines incase you are not familiar with the Casca series.

Casca The Eternal Mercenary is a man that cannot die and will remain a soldier until the end of time. Enjoying a few years of respite from war in the colonies of British North America, Casca becomes romantically involved with Rose Maplin, daughter of an ambitious merchant

Casca The Eternal Mercenary is a man that cannot die and will remain a soldier until the end of time. Enjoying a few years of respite from war in the colonies of British North America, Casca becomes romantically involved with Rose Maplin, daughter of an ambitious merchant. So when the newly arrived Sir Richard Eley, a major in the army, falls for the same woman, troub Casca The Eternal Mercenary is a man that cannot die and will remain a soldier until the end of time

Tony Roberts CASCA: The Minuteman (Casca: The Eternal Mercenary, ISBN 13: 9781450796194. CASCA: The Minuteman (Casca: The Eternal Mercenary,

Casca was first introduced in Casca 1: The Eternal Mercenary. Little is known about his early life, although vague clues are given in various books in the series. He spent most of his adult life serving the Roman empire in the Legions, and there are some scraps of information about his family.

Casca was first introduced in Casca 1: The Eternal Mercenary. He grew up in the hill country of Etruria, now known as Tuscany, to the north of Rome. The village name was Falerno. When he was a child, he saw the 10th Legion march through his village en route to Gaul. His uncle, Tontine, enlisted into the army under Julius Caesar

Casca is forced into the rebel camp and over the course of the novel takes part in the fighting around Boston, the .

Casca is forced into the rebel camp and over the course of the novel takes part in the fighting around Boston, the loss of New York and the American victories at Trenton and Princeton, as well as having to try and rescue his love. This is an entertaining entry in the Casca series, set at a crucial point in history. The troubles of Washington's army are convincingly recreated and the main villain is suitably 'hissable' without being a total stereotype.

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Casca 41: The Longbowman. As the rains of autumn arrive, the English army embarks on a long trek to safety, harassed by converging French armies, and the eternal mercenary must use his centuries of combat and survival skills to protect the girl from the danger closing in on them. Riddled with disease, the English realise they will have to turn and fight for their lives even though they are outnumbered and without food, but Casca and his comrades have the one weapon the French rightly fear, the longbow, and on a rain-sodden field in northern France they will take part in one of the battles that will echo down the ages.

Enjoying a few years of respite from war in the colonies of British North America, Casca becomes romantically involved with Rose Maplin, daughter of an ambitious merchant. So when the newly arrived Sir Richard Eley, a major in the army, falls for the same woman, trouble is not far away. Arrested on false charges, Casca escapes and becomes a fugitive, wanted by the British. Sir Richard is determined to hunt Casca down, but as war between the colonists and the British government looms, Casca finds safety with a Minuteman company and when war does break out, Casca and Sir Richard end up on opposite sides, each intent on denying the other both victory, and the prize of Rose Maplin. As the conflict switches from the killing slopes of Bunker Hill to New York, and to the frozen backdrop of Trenton and Princeton, Sir Richard's ruthlessness imperils both Casca and Rose and finally culminates in a fatal confrontation

Comments

Heraly Heraly
Just completeing the Casca series
Kendis Kendis
If you enjoy Tony Roberts Casca novels,this one is right up your alley. Another great Robert's Casca book. Casca in the first part of the American Revolution.What more could you ask for. From Paul Revere to George Washington. From the Boston Massacre, Bunker Hill, Battles of Long Island, Brooklyn, White Plains and Washington crossing the Delaware, Casca is at his best. A good villain helps move the story along and the ending leaves us wanting more. Here's hoping Tony Roberts will bring us the second half of the war and we get to see Casca's revenge and the Battles of Saratoga and Yorktown. For all Casca fans it's a must read
lifestyle lifestyle
Reading this with fireworks and firecrackers exploding enhanced the experience. ????
If you enjoy Casca, you will enjoy this story.
LeXXXuS LeXXXuS
Tony is not as good as Barry was, but still pretty good books. My issue with Tony is he is long winded and he turns Casca into a wise guy orally. Perhaps he should have read a few Casca books prior to writing 'em
Akir Akir
Great Story---so far cause it ain't over.

Casca joins the Lexington Minutemen after running afoul of some low people in high places. With the exception of Paul Revere, he keeps bumping into people who have easily bruised egos and don't like taking a back seat to his abilities as a leader. He keeps getting kicked back down into the trenches until he meets the man on the one dollar bill.
Then the reader gets a very good look at some of the most important events of the war. White Plains, Chatterton Hill, and of course, the very inspirational Delaware River crossing.
I believe it was there that Washington turned to his dear friend Gen. Henry Knox and said, "Move your fat ass, Harry, but do it slowly or you'll swamp the damn boat."

That was the only important bit of history that the author missed.

Very good story and I am looking forward to part two.

Kevin Schmitt
Crazy Crazy
Another good read by Tony Roberts!
Pemand Pemand
I have always enjoyed the ideas behind Casca, and I feel like Tony Roberts has done quite a good job of continuing the saga of Barry Sadler's character
Its the beginning of the American Revolution and our Hero, Casca has managed to SERIOUSLY piss off a British Major who wants to marry the woman Casca's been,,,,ah, intimate with. Part 1 of 2