Caesar (Masters of Rome)

Caesar (Masters of Rome)

Colleen McCullough

Colleen McCullough's song list in publishing reads like Caesar's triumphs in battlewide-ranging in scope, masterful popular, unequaled in fulfillment. From her nearly twelve-million-copy-selling Thorn Birds via her 4 novels within the Masters of Rome sequence, McCullough hasn't ever faltered.

Here she turns her attentions to Caesar's conquest of Gaul and to his momentous determination on the river Rubicon to assert his position within the govt of Rome. At a time that preceded the expertise of any firearm, while army acumen, technique, and management have been all, it used to be Caesar's genius that prevailed, many times. What Caesar complete in Gaul is the stuff of ancient epic, of army academies, and of this novel. He used to be totally outstanding. but historical past forgets that Caesar used to be additionally a guy, now not resistant to the human . He succeeded brilliantly, yet he additionally suffered nice own grief and sadness. it's the complete portrait of Caesar, a guy destined to motivate an empire, that Colleen McCullough paints here--faithfully, magnificently, and in radiant gentle.

"McCullough is on fire.... Caesar is one in all her most powerful and such a lot interesting characters."San Francisco Chronicle

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