Revolt Against Rome

Revolt Against Rome

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Tribune Valerius Maximus and Centurion Marcellus Veronus, survivors of the Teutoburg Forest disaster in Legions of the Forest and decorated heroes in the subsequent reprisal campaign, Return of the Eagles, are back. It has been fifteen years since they donned the uniform of the legions. They are retired from military service and own a prosperous trading company on the shores of the Rhenus. Both men lead idyllic lives with their families and Germania is at peace. What could go wrong? Plenty.

They are unexpectedly summoned to Rome to meet with the Emperor, Tiberius Caesar. He recalls the pair to active duty and restores their former ranks as all is not well in Germania. Rumor has it that a Germanic tribe, the Frisii, are about to revolt. They are tasked by Tiberius to discover the truth about the rebellion and assist the newly appointed Governor, Julius Frontinius Gallus, in any military operations. Upon returning to Germania, they realize that Gallus is the cause of the Frisian revolt and will resort to anything, including murder, to stop Valerius’s and Marcellus’s investigation. They must utilize all their military abilities and guile to fight both the Frisii and the unscrupulous Gallus as, once again, the legions are trapped in the German woodlands by ferocious enemy warriors.

Title:Revolt Against Rome
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    Revolt Against Rome Reviews

  • John Morris

    An outstanding tale!The trilogy, documenting the adventures of Tribune Valerius and Centurion Marcellus, came to a fitting conclusion with this book. It was another exciting adventure, from the murder...

  • Lynda

    NiceI enjoyed the story overall. I noticed a lack of substance to most scenes, almost like an outline. There were grammatical error but not glaringly. I gave 4 stars due to the author providing a comf...

  • Mr P L Hughes

    Valerie’s and Marcellus Book 3More intriguing twists to this tale, battles, politics and devious plots throughout. Onwards to book 4! Enjoying these stories immensely....

  • Andrea Oliverio

    Ho trovato il libro interessante a livello di trama, meno per come è scritto: ci sono troppi salti di POV....

  • Michael Fitzgerald

    Very GoodAs with the prior two books in the series, a very good ready. Implausible at times, but the author makes you forget and enjoy the story....

  • Peter Carter

    Great Book #3This was a great Book #3 but I hope it is not the end to their story. Cant wait for book #4. ...

  • John o byrne

    Worth reading I have read all three books and found them all to be very good 👍reading haven't enjoyed reading a series of books like this for long-time ...

  • Anthony King

    Valour indeed5 stars to cover the series, it is well worth it! The stories (which link the characters) are well researched and written.....hail Valerius!!...